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I know many of us have taken this test before, but I don't think it has been done here!!
This is for us humans!!! :D

First, go here to take the test Myers-Briggs Personality Type Test. Make sure you scroll down the page to begin the test, and at the bottom you will see four letters like the ones below:

ISTJ ESTJ ISFJ ESFJ
ISTP ESTP ISFP ESFP
INFJ INFP ENFP ENFJ
INTJ INTP ENTP ENTJ


Next, click on the group of letters on the page and it will link you to a description about yourself. Tell us whether you are one of the following and if you agree with it:

I recently had to do this again recently for a class I am taking.

I'll go first
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I am a ENFP personality type - their description: People of this type are usually enthusiastic, talkative, and outgoing; clever, curious, and playful; deeply caring, sensitive, and gentle; highly innovative, creative, optimistic, and unique; adaptable and resourceful but sometimes disorganized.

The most important thing to ENFPs is freedom to see possibilities, make connections, and be with a variety of people.


I would say I agree with the talkative part, extremely sensitive...and ofcourse, clever!


Have fun!

~Elegant
 

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I'm an INTJ
(Introvert, Intuitive, Thinker, Judger)

People of this type tend to be: autonomous, aloof, and intellectual; imaginative, innovative, and unique; critical, analytical, and logical; intellectually curious, driven to learn and increase their competence and knowledge; socially cautious and reserved; organized and definitive.

The most important thing to INTJs is their independence and being able to live according to their own standards.


That sounds about right! ^_^
 

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INFP

People of this type tend to be: quiet, reserved, and kind; deeply passionate, sensitive, and easily hurt; loving and dedicated to those close to them; creative, original, and imaginative; curious and flexible in small matters; nonconforming.


The most important thing to INFPs is their deeply held beliefs and living in harmony with their values.


heheh this is what i got..hmmm..this is kinda right..hehe
 

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I am:
ISFJ
(Introvert, Sensor, Feeler, Judger)

People of this type tend to be: cautious, gentle, and thoughtful; hesitant until they know people well then affectionate and caring; very literal and aware of the physical world; uncompromising about personal standards and easily offended; diligent and conscientious, organized and decisive.

The most important thing to ISFJs is living a stable, predictable life and helping people in real ways.

sounds pretty accurate, how strange!
 

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ESFJ
and proud to be!!!


We did the very same thing in college about a month or so ago, but on the web I was able to read about ESFJs and find out about careers, etc. It was so strange because when I went to the career link, the very first career posted was a Real Estate Agent and I've been selling real estate for 3 years (3 yrs Jan 05).

Yall (kentucky terminology we have that other people don't have in other parts of the country) have a great day, and I will have pictures of our furbabies online in a very short period of time. I am currently working on a website for our family, each with a childrens page and a maltese puppy page, should be ready in about 2-3 weeks.


Scott & Traci
 

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Life as an ISFP
(Introvert, Sensor, Feeler, Perceiver)

People of this type tend to be: kind, humble, and highly empathetic; thoughtful, faithful, and affectionate with those they know well; sensitive to criticism and easily hurt; quiet, soft-spoken, and gentle; adaptable, responsive, and curious; realistic and down to earth.

The most important thing to ISFPs is feeling peaceful and harmonious with the people and places that matter most to them.
 

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I am an ENFP- this is what it says...and is pretty much me to a "T"!!!!

So cool!!!!!!!!!!
I don't know that any of the careers fit me...but oh well...I like what I do, and am good at it...so must be alright....




Life as an ENFP
(Extravert, Intuitive, Feeler, Perceiver)

People of this type tend to be: enthusiastic, talkative, and outgoing; clever, curious, and playful; deeply caring, sensitive, and gentle; highly innovative, creative, optimistic, and unique; adaptable and resourceful but sometimes disorganized.

The most important thing to ENFPs is freedom to see possibilities, make connections, and be with a variety of people.
 

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This test wasn't easy for me. It's like I'm not consistant with myself
. For example, sometimes, I am extroverted where I act first or need outside interaction. Sometimes, I'm introverted where I like being alone and what not. I think I'm like John Kerry...a flipflopper. HEHE, I'm not very politicial...just a lil joke. Maybe this is why I'm so confused most of my life
:wacko:
. The only thing I'm concrete about is that last quesion...J for Judging Characteristics.
 

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I'm a ESFP'er

(Extravert, Sensor, Feeler, Perceiver)

People of this type tend to be: warm, gregarious, and playful; impulsive, curious, and talkative; sensitive, caring, and gentle; social and unpredictable with a great zeal for life; active, responsive, and highly aware of the physical world.

The most important thing to ESFPs is freedom to be spontaneous, have fun, and enjoy the company of others.


Oh yea baby! That's me! :D

And looky here:

Great careers for ESFPs:
Public relations specialist (My B.A is in PR)
Special events coordinator* (This is what I really want to do!)


AND Boy do I wish my parents would have read this back in the day:
Parenting ESFPs:
patiently model moderation and distract them from misbehavior by letting them help
give them very specific directions and instructions: show them what you mean
accept their need to be physically active and don't expect them to be able to sit still for more than a few minutes (haha that STILL is me)


 

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Life as an ESTP
(Extravert, Sensor, Thinker, Perceiver)

People of this type tend to be: active, adventurous, and impulsive; talkative and curious; casual, adaptive, and free spirited; logical and calm but capable of great humor, fun, and charm; observant and totally present in the moment, literal and practical.

The most important thing to ESTPs is the freedom to have fun and to fully experience life in the here and now.


This is very interesting.
 

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i'm estp too.

careers:

Here are just a few popular and often satisfying careers for people whose Personality Type is ESTP.

Emergency medical technician ,Sports merchandise sales ,Stockbroker ,Corrections officer, Exercise physiologist, Insurance agent, Civil engineer, Entrepreneur, Marine biologist, Private investigator, Tour agent, Professional athlete / coach, General contractor, Developer of electronic games. Real estate developer



***i was going to be a stockbroker up until 2 yrs ago. lol.
 

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Originally posted by Paris'Mom@Oct 8 2004, 05:16 AM
Life as an ISFP       
(Introvert, Sensor, Feeler, Perceiver)       

People of this type tend to be: kind, humble, and highly empathetic; thoughtful, faithful, and affectionate with those they know well; sensitive to criticism and easily hurt; quiet, soft-spoken, and gentle; adaptable, responsive, and curious; realistic and down to earth.

The most important thing to ISFPs is feeling peaceful and harmonious with the people and places that matter most to them.
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I'm also a ISFP.

I looked at the Parenting section for ISFPs. What the heck is this about?
Parents of ISFPs: they'll know you really love them when you...
buy them clothing made of silk, velvet, or velour, or bring home a pet.[/B]
 

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ceasars mom im an ISFJ also...sounds pretty accurate to me. if a primarycare physician can be like a vet then it has me down exactly :D
 

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Thanks for the link... that was fun, I can't wait to have my teenage kids do it tonight~

I agree totaly with the answer!

Judi

It sais I am an..

INFJ

People of this type tend to be: creative, original, and independent; thoughtful, warm, and sensitive; global thinkers with great passion for their unique vision; cautious, deliberate, and planful; organized, productive, and decisive; reserved and polite.

The most important thing to INFJs is their ideas, and being faithful to their vision.
 

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I am ISTP
(Introvert, Sensor, Thinker, Perceiver)

People of this type tend to be: logical, pragmatic, and matter of fact; quiet, unassuming, and autonomous; realistic, pragmatic, and aloof; impulsive and curious about the physical world; flexible and resourceful; objective and unemotional.

The most important thing to ISTPs is the freedom to act independently and follow their impulses.

I totally agree with this....
 

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Originally posted by Paris'Mom@Oct 8 2004, 05:16 AM
Life as an ISFP       
(Introvert, Sensor, Feeler, Perceiver)       

People of this type tend to be: kind, humble, and highly empathetic; thoughtful, faithful, and affectionate with those they know well; sensitive to criticism and easily hurt; quiet, soft-spoken, and gentle; adaptable, responsive, and curious; realistic and down to earth.

The most important thing to ISFPs is feeling peaceful and harmonious with the people and places that matter most to them.
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I am the same!!!!!! Only, I don't think its entirely accurate for me. It says Im soft-spoken...LOL NO! I am kinda loud and hyper! But everything else is right ESPECIALLY the JOBS! I have either done, or thought of doing over HALF!

Primary care physician Wanted to be a VET when I was younger

Occupational therapist

Designer: interior / landscape I am an avid studier of Fung Shua

Massage therapist I was a massuese in college

Customer service representative I do that now!

Fashion designer I went to FIDM fresh out of high school!

Chef

Paralegal

Surveyor

Registered Nurse

Dental hygienist Wanted to do this!

Travel agent / tour operator I do that NOW!

Home health worker

Medical assistant

Alcohol and drug addiction counselor Someone JUST told me I would make a great counselor at a battered women's center!


Weird huh?
 

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ISFP

People of this type tend to be: kind, humble, and highly empathetic; thoughtful, faithful, and affectionate with those they know well; sensitive to criticism and easily hurt; quiet, soft-spoken, and gentle; adaptable, responsive, and curious; realistic and down to earth.

The most important thing to ISFPs is feeling peaceful and harmonious with the people and places that matter most to them.
 
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