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Introverted: 56%

Intuitive: 38%

Feeling: 38%

Perceiving: 11%

 

Type: INFP

 

A healer. I like. :D

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Necroing this thread because I want to respond. I've been learning about Personality Type off and on and I like discussing it. :)

 

I'm an ISFP. Every time I've taken the test though my percentages have been different. I've gotten ISFJ at times when I've taken it as well, but whenever I compare the traits of a J versus a P, I lean heavily towards the P traits. I just occasionally have strong J tendencies. Then again, I have tendencies for all the other opposing letters but I don't think they're as strong.

 

Yes I agree that the majority of people are saying that they're introverted is because the majority of people who develop social lives on the Internet are definitely introverted. They get the benefits of developing a social life without draining their energy by physically being around people. There is definitely something very appealing to that.

 

Also, I don't completely agree with the MLP chart. For example, I think that Twilight is an ISTJ not an INTP, and many of these other letters are simply forced fill-ins because they needed a pony representative. Now I don't really know what Apple Bloom's MBTI is, but I find that saying she's an ENTP is a bit of a stretch for some reason. But perhaps this is better for another thread.

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I find it weird that people get different answers..

 

Each time I've taken the test, I get the same result xP

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Type:ESFJ

Strength of the preferences % 39 19 12 11

Edited by Vicke

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Was initially ISTJ, retook and applied more thought, current results are ISFP.

 

Introverted - 100, Sensing - 38, Feeling - 38, Perceiving - 23

 

You are:

very expressed introvert

moderately expressed sensing personality

moderately expressed feeling personality

slightly expressed perceiving personality

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INFJ

 

Intovetd - 78

Intuitive - 38

Feeling - 25

Judgin - 33

 

I suppose thats right, judging by the description...

But most importantly i share the same personality as Zecora! Cool!

Edited by BronyPolo138

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I'm an ISFP. Every time I've taken the test though my percentages have been different. I've gotten ISFJ at times when I've taken it as well, but whenever I compare the traits of a J versus a P, I lean heavily towards the P traits. I just occasionally have strong J tendencies. Then again, I have tendencies for all the other opposing letters but I don't think they're as strong.

This describes me, pretty much. I took the test once, got ISFJ. Thought it sounded somewhat like me, but not really. Went back, changed some of my answers? Got ISFP. That's me to the letter, really. (Well, almost. Other than the part of not expressing myself through writing or talking. I do! A lot.) The parts about feeling being my primary function is also very accurate. I am based all on emotions and this pretty much accurately maps out my rather intense personality.

 

Also, I am Fluttershy! I approve massively, and think the description fits me very well.

 

moderately expressed introvert (44)

moderately expressed sensing personality (25)

distinctively expressed feeling personality (75)

slightly expressed perceiving personality (11)

 

I like how it says "distinctively." Ehehe.

 

Also, this part in particular sounds like what happens to me most of the time:

 

"ISFPs may be quite charming and ingratiating on first acquaintance, flowing with compliments which may (or may not) be deserved. On other occasions, the same individual may be aloof and detached."

Edited by Arylett Dawnsborough

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Large Explanation of the ENTP In spoiler

 

 

 

 

The Visionary

As an ENTP, your primary mode of living is focused externally, where you take things in primarily via your intuition. Your secondary mode is internal, where you deal with things rationally and logically.

With Extraverted Intuition dominating their personality, the ENTP's primary interest in life is understanding the world that they live in. They are constantly absorbing ideas and images about the situations they are presented in their lives. Using their intuition to process this information, they are usually extremely quick and accurate in their ability to size up a situation. With the exception of their ENFP cousin, the ENTP has a deeper understanding of their environment than any of the other types.

This ability to intuitively understand people and situations puts the ENTP at a distinct advantage in their lives. They generally understand things quickly and with great depth. Accordingly, they are quite flexible and adapt well to a wide range of tasks. They are good at most anything that interests them. As they grow and further develop their intuitive abilities and insights, they become very aware of possibilities, and this makes them quite resourceful when solving problems.

ENTPs are idea people. Their perceptive abilities cause them to see possibilities everywhere. They get excited and enthusiastic about their ideas, and are able to spread their enthusiasm to others. In this way, they get the support that they need to fulfill their visions.

ENTPs are less interested in developing plans of actions or making decisions than they are in generating possibilities and ideas. Following through on the implementation of an idea is usually a chore to the ENTP. For some ENTPs, this results in the habit of never finishing what they start. The ENTP who has not developed their Thinking process will have problems with jumping enthusiastically from idea to idea, without following through on their plans. The ENTP needs to take care to think through their ideas fully in order to take advantage of them.

The ENTP's auxiliary process of Introverted Thinking drives their decision making process. Although the ENTP is more interested in absorbing information than in making decisions, they are quite rational and logical in reaching conclusions. When they apply Thinking to their Intuitive perceptions, the outcome can be very powerful indeed. A well-developed ENTP is extremely visionary, inventive, and enterprising.

ENTPs are fluent conversationalists, mentally quick, and enjoy verbal sparring with others. They love to debate issues, and may even switch sides sometimes just for the love of the debate. When they express their underlying principles, however, they may feel awkward and speak abruptly and intensely.

The ENTP personality type is sometimes referred to the "Lawyer" type. The ENTP "lawyer" quickly and accurately understands a situation, and objectively and logically acts upon the situation. Their Thinking side makes their actions and decisions based on an objective list of rules or laws. If the ENTP was defending someone who had actually committed a crime, they are likely to take advantage of quirks in the law that will get their client off the hook. If they were to actually win the case, they would see their actions as completely fair and proper to the situation, because their actions were lawful. The guilt or innocence of their client would not be as relevant. If this type of reasoning goes uncompletely unchecked by the ENTP, it could result in a character that is perceived by others as unethical or even dishonest. The ENTP, who does not naturally consider the more personal or human element in decision making, should take care to notice the subjective, personal side of situations. This is a potential problem are for ENTPs. Although their logical abilities lend strength and purpose to the ENTP, they may also isolate them from their feelings and from other people.

The least developed area for the ENTP is the Sensing-Feeling arena. If the Sensing areas are neglected, the ENTP may tend to not take care of details in their life. If the Feeling part of themself is neglected, the ENTP may not value other people's input enough, or may become overly harsh and aggressive.

Under stress, the ENTP may lose their ability to generate possibilities, and become obsessed with minor details. These details may seem to be extremely important to the ENTP, but in reality are usually not important to the big picture.

In general, ENTPs are upbeat visionaries. They highly value knowledge, and spend much of their lives seeking a higher understanding. They live in the world of possibilities, and become excited about concepts, challenges and difficulties. When presented with a problem, they're good at improvising and quickly come up with a creative solution. Creative, clever, curious, and theoretical, ENTPs have a broad range of possibilities in their lives.

 

 

 

Jungian functional preference ordering for ENTP:

Dominant: Extraverted Intuition

Auxiliary: Introverted Thinking

Tertiary: Extraverted Feeling

Inferior: Introverted Sensing

 

 

 

ENTP Relationships

Typically good-natured, upbeat and laid-back, ENTPs can be delightful people to be around. They get a lot of enjoyment and satisfaction from interacting with others, and especially enjoy discussing and debating theories and concepts which interest them. They may be prone to initiate arguments because they so enjoy the debate. They are generally fun-loving and gregarious, and can be quite charming. They have a problem with sometimes neglecting their close relationships when they become involved in the pursuit of a new idea or plan.

ENTP Strengths

  • Enthusiastic, upbeat, and popular
  • Can be very charming
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Extremely interested in self-improvement and growth in their relationships
  • Laid-back and flexible, usually easy to get along with
  • Big idea-people, always working on a grand scheme or idea
  • Usually good at making money, although not so good at managing it
  • Take their commitments and relationships very seriously
  • Able to move on with their lives after leaving a relationship

ENTP Weaknesses

  • Always excited by anything new, they may change partners frequently
  • Tendency to not follow through on their plans and ideas
  • Their love of debate may cause them to provoke arguments
  • Big risk-takers and big spenders, not usually good at managing money
  • Although they take their commitments seriously, they tend to abandon their relationships which no longer offer opportunity for growth

ENTPs as Lovers

"To love means to open ourselves to the negative as well as the positive - to grief, sorrow, and disappointment as well as to joy, fulfillment, and an intensity of consciousness we did not know was possible before." -- Rollo May

 

 

ENTP's goals for their intimate relationships are similar to their other personal goals: improvement and growth. They constantly ask themselves questions such as: How can the relationship be improved? Where is the relationship headed? Am I growing in the relationship? They are likely to enthusiastically embrace new ideas and projects for themselves and their mates which they feel will propel them along their goal for growth and knowledge discovery. The ENTP's general enthusiasiam and good intentions are usually quite positive and healthful in a relationship.

 

A problem area for ENTP's is their tendency to not follow through on their schemes. This can be frustrating to their mates. It may also create a "boy who called wolf" syndrome in their relationships, with their partner never believing that the ENTP will actually do what they say they'll do.

 

Another potential problem area is the ENTP's general tendency towards "wildness" and willingness to take risks. They may lead the family into uncomfortable financial situations, which can be quite stressful on intimate relationships.

 

Sexually, the ENTP is enthusiastic and interested in positive, constant growth for both partners. They're likely to be very attentive, involved, and questioning. They enjoy spontaneity rather than fixed schedules, and fully embrace new ideas and adventures. They're likely to approach intimacy as more of a physical act which conveys affection, rather than as an opportunity to explicitly express affection.

 

In general, ENTP's childlike enthusiasm and genuine interest in the health and direction of the relationship makes them willing and able to promote healthy, growing relationships with their significant others. They need to watch out for their tendency to be unaware of what others are feeling, and to inadvertantly neglect their relationships when faced with exciting possibilities that are external to their personal life.

 

Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, ENTP's natural partner is the INFJ, or the INTJ. The ENTP's dominant function of Extraverted Intuition is best matched with a personality that is dominated by Introverted Intuition.

 

ENTPs as Parents

"You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth...

Let your bending in the archer's hand be for gladness;

For even as He loves the arrow that flies,

so He loves also the bow that is stable." -- Kahlil Gibran

With their fun and upbeat natures, there's a little bit of kid inside all ENTPs. They approach parenthood with a fun-loving attitude which has a serious underlying goal: to make everything a learning exercise (for themselves as well as for their children) which promotes the child's growth into an independent, logical thinker.

The ENTP is likely to be somewhat inconsistent about spending quality time with their children. One minute they will exhibit a lot of interest and enthusiasm towards being around their kids, and will display a great deal of affection for them. However, as soon as they get caught-up in one of their grand schemes for improving a system somewhere, they're likely to inadvertantly neglect their kids.

 

ENTPs as Friends

ENTPs can get along with almost all other types of people. They are intuitive about what makes others tick, although they generally lack the ability to sympathize or relate to others who do not see things the same way as the ENTP. They are flexible and easy-going, and genuinely enjoy interacting with others.

Although the ENTP is able to get along with a wide variety of people, they are likely to choose to surround themselves with people who are intelligent, capable, and idea-oriented. They love nothing better than engaging in a good debate with someone who can hold their end of the conversation. This will stimulate and energize the ENTP, who is highly competitive and loves to discuss theories.

Sometimes the ENTP falls into the habit of practicing "one-upmanship". If this goes unchecked, it may cause a problem with friendships and close interpersonal relationships.

 

Careers for the ENTP Personality Types

Whether you're a young adult trying to find your place in the world, or a not-so-young adult trying to find out if you're moving along the right path, it's important to understand yourself and the personality traits which will impact your likeliness to succeed or fail at various careers. It's equally important to understand what is really important to you. When armed with an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses, and an awareness of what you truly value, you are in an excellent position to pick a career which you will find rewarding.

 

ENTPs generally have the following traits:

  • Project-oriented
  • Enjoy generating ideas and theories
  • Creative and ingenious
  • Bright and capable
  • Flexible and Diverse
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Enjoy debating issues with other people
  • Excellent people skills
  • Natural leaders, but do not like to control people
  • Resist being controlled by people
  • Lively and energetic; able to motivate others
  • Highly value knowledge and competence
  • Logical, rational thinkers
  • Able to grasp difficult concepts and theories
  • Enjoy solving difficult problems
  • Dislike confining schedules and environments
  • Dislike routine, detailed tasks

 

ENTPs are fortunate in that they have a wide range of capabilities. They are generally good at anything which has captured their interest. ENTPs are likely to be successful in many different careers. Since they have a lot of options open to them, ENTPs will do well to choose professions which allow them a lot of personal freedom where they can use their creativity to generate new ideas and solve problems. They will not be completely happy in positions which are regimented or confining.

 

The following list of professions is built on our impressions of careers which would be especially suitable for an ENTP. It is meant to be a starting place, rather than an exhaustive list. There are no guarantees that any or all of the careers listed here would be appropriate for you, or that your best career match is among those listed.

Possible Career Paths for the ENTP:

  • Lawyers
  • Psychologists
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Photographers
  • Consultants
  • Engineers
  • Scientists
  • Actors
  • Sales Representatives
  • Marketing Personnel
  • Computer Programmer, Systems Analyst, or Computer Specialist

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I win.

Edited by Grendoop

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Am, should we be bumping a thread where the OP is banned?

 

Anyways, I'm an INTP. I took this test before and I must say, nothing really changed. I'm still a smart, shy, reserved and really vulnerable to emotions guy. I hate my life sometimes... http://mlpforums.com/public/style_emoticons/default/dry.png

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Your Type is

ENFJ Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Judging Strength of the preferences % 1 12 50 1

 

You are:

  • slightly expressed extravert
  • slightly expressed intuitive personality
  • moderately expressed feeling personality
  • slightly expressed judging personality

So now I am a Rarity. Oh boy.

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Am, should we be bumping a thread where the OP is banned?

 

Anyways, I'm an INTP. I took this test before and I must say, nothing really changed. I'm still a smart, shy, reserved and really vulnerable to emotions guy. I hate my life sometimes... http://mlpforums.com/public/style_emoticons/default/dry.png

 

doesn't matter

(Plus I just put 10 minutes into that post so I'm going to post it.)

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Your Type is INTJ

Introverted / Intuitive / Thinking / Judging

89/ 62 / 50 / 44

 

You are:

  • very expressed introvert
  • distinctively expressed intuitive personality
  • moderately expressed thinking personality
  • moderately expressed judging personality
And I took the Bronyland one too

 

 

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Oooooo I like the Bronyland one. :)

 

 

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Myers-Briggs, I am technically Fluttershy. But I'm not quite so shy/submissive/non-confrontational... plus I like logic and intelligence and all that fun stuff, so Twilight makes sense as well, even though Twilight and I don't share the same personality type. We don't make decisions in the same way.

Edited by RockinRarity

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I get different answers each time I take this, so I don't think I'm doing it right....

 

 

Might as well try again!

 

I got ENFP

 

Oooooo I like the Bronyland one. :)Posted Image Posted Image Myers-Briggs, I am technically Fluttershy. But I'm not quite so shy/submissive/non-confrontational... plus I like logic and intelligence and all that fun stuff, so Twilight makes sense as well, even though Twilight and I don't share the same personality type. We don't make decisions in the same way.

That was a horrible test, the answers were so cliche and obvious, not to mention I didn't HAVE answers for half the questions because they were all stereotypes and no in-betweens.

Edited by Fizzydog

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Am, should we be bumping a thread where the OP is banned?

Doesn't matter, to be honest - no need to punish the entire thread for the unrelated actions of the author; regardless of my opinion of him. ;)

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not to mention I didn't HAVE answers for half the questions because they were all stereotypes and no in-betweens.

The no in-betweens certainly bugged me, especially with how vague a good portion of the questions were.

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INFP

 

Introverted-33

Intuitive-88

Feeling-50

Perceiving-11

 

I was actually quite surprised, I didn't think it would work very well but after reading the descriptions it got me nearly dead on.

 

Links to descriptions:

 

http://typelogic.com/infp.html

http://keirsey.com/4temps/healer.aspx

 

 

I do agree with what others were saying about the Bronyland one, but it did get part of my personality down so I guess that counts for something.

Bronyland Test:

 

 

You are the most like Pinkie Pie!

 

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Full personality description:

WOO! You have boundless energy and will take every single possible moment to exert it! Not only that, but you looooove to party, so wherever you can be that you can party and get down at, you will want to be! Your love of parties and laughter makes you a very fun pony to be around, because all of your friends generally have a good time when they're with you — as long as your overabundance of energy doesn't irritate them.

You don't just go against the grain, but you pretend the grain isn't even there, saying neigh to the norm and doing whatever it is you want to do, regardless of how silly it may be. Your carefree attitude is admirable in that sense, but you can easily get discouraged when people don't quite 'get' your sense of randomness and laughter. If you can't put a smile on a friend's face or if you disappoint them, you'll feel bad about it.

Despite your rather quirky nature, you often times do know exactly what you're doing, even if it may seem you're going about it in an odd way. You have a certain sense of things and it would be wise for your friends to believe you. You may be naive and carefree, but you're willing to try almost anything out, even if you're completely clueless on it. You're also a very creative pony, dabbling in songs, performances, and other creative ventures, while also coming up with creative solutions to whatever problems may be out there.

 

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Extraverted 22
Sensing 38 
Thinking 1 
Perceiving 6 

I really thought i'd have Feelings somewhere in there :V

 

Anyways, on the pony chart thingy i gots Rainbow Dash ;~;

 

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I got ISFP. Sweet I'm Fluttershy xD

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INTP for me:

 

Perceiving:62, Introverted 100, Intuitive 44, Thinking 62

Edited by The Pinkie Eye

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Your Type is

INTJ

Introverted 44%

Intuitive 12%

Thinking 50%

Judging 1%

 

So I'm a mastermind like Celestia. Feels good bro.

 

Although I am more outgoing on the internet.

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INTP

Introverted 11

Intuitive 12

Thinking 88

Perceiving 44

 

 

Description seems accurate, except for the concentration part. I have ADD, and I can only concentrate on things I enjoy doing. If I don't like doing something, I get distracted from it way too easily :(

 

I took the bronyland test awhile ago. I posted my results in a different thread, but I was mostly like pinkie pie, closely followed by twilight, which is fairly accurate I suppose.

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INTP

Introverted 44

Intuitive 50

Thinking 25

Perceiving 11

 

Wow this all fits me perfectly. Everything except the line 'Able to concentrate well'

 

 

Description seems accurate, except for the concentration part. I have ADD, and I can only concentrate on things I enjoy doing. If I don't like doing something, I get distracted from it way too easily :(

 

That's just like me, except I've never been tested for ADD.

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Your Type is

ISFJ

Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging

Strength of the preferences %

89 38 12 11

 

 

.... It says I'm a protector... Cool?

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ENTP

 

  • slightly expressed extravert
  • moderately expressed intuitive personality
  • moderately expressed thinking personality
  • moderately expressed perceiving personality

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