correction: blogging personality

Okay, I had another person whom I’m on a single wavelength with take the test and it shot my theory out of the water. She’s an INFJ- very close to me so perhaps it’s acceptable.
Her percentages were very borderline though:
Introverted (I) 54% Extraverted (E) 46%
Intuitive (N) 55% Sensing (S) 45%
Feeling (F) 55% Thinking (T) 45%
Judging (J) 59% Perceiving (P) 41%
I wonder what the margin of error is on these tests? I figure for the one I linked to from, is a pretty short one so a higher margin of error.
I mention this for a couple of reasons. First, with my results (INTJ), I mostly agree with them but as my ENTJ friend mentioned, I’m a weird I. I’m introverted usually but very able and willing to become an extrovert when the situation merits. For example, I’ve MCed/led multiple events ranging from 600 to 3000 people. Secondly, my INFJ friend, I somewhat disagree with her results. She’s borderline so perhaps that’s why but I would consider her an extrovert. Also, she is much more thought-orientated. She’s not emotional. Who knows? Just thought that was interesting.
Also, now I’m signing off for the week. I’ll talk to all of my in silico friends soon.






One response to “correction: blogging personality

  1. erika Avatar

    many INFJs are mistaken as extroverts becasue the J factor leads them to want to understand other people, even though they understand themsleces the most…this is what makes them introverted

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