Quote:I am really interested to see so many INTP and INTJ. In a regular population they typically combine for about 4% not 54%.
There isn't. The problem with self-personality tests is that people are inclined to answer the questions as who they perceive themselves to be, rather than how they actually are. That, and the questions are confusing.
I bet over half of the people who are saying they are INTJ are not actually INTJ's. I myself got INTJ as a score by taking a test, and the description kinda sounded like me, but it was off somehow.
(08-08-2012, 07:06 PM)Phi Wrote: INTP here, I'll get around to getting Haru's type. Eventually.
Tests are pointless for these personality types. Both Jung and Briggs agreed that nobody but yourself can classify you as a type. Here's a really good site that explains each type for people who want to know.
Awhile ago I went to a site where you could get your personality type by looking at the types and examples of how it affects your behavior and whatnot instead of taking a test. I believe it was personality.pages.com, like what Phi said. I looked through it and made sure I examined my personality and thought process critically before deciding.
I got ISFP. Which apparently I'm one of four here. In the past I've gotten INTJ, INFJ and others by taking the tests.
Anyway I suggest doing that instead of taking a test. And when choosing, be honest with yourself.
inb4 rage cuz people want to think they have a rare personality type