My personality type :) I’m so ISFP ^^ 14 months ago
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I’m super high N, and the ITJ, I’m fairly low. It could go either way depending, but I’m definitely an N. 18 months ago
INFP – “Questor”. High capacity for caring. Emotional face to the world. High sense of honor derived from internal values. 4.4% of total population.
Introverted (I) 55.88% Extroverted (E) 44.12%
Intuitive (N) 67.65% Sensing (S) 32.35%
Feeling (F) 52.94% Thinking (T) 47.06%
Perceiving (P) 63.33% Judging (J) 36.67%
Main type Variant
I took a few different tests and im a tried and true INFP.Its scary how acurate it is…. 22 months ago
I have taken this test several times since I have been a teenager, I found out I am an ENFJ, people who have this personality, Oprah, Ronald Reagan, Obama, Abraham Lincoln, and Johnny Depp, I researched tips for my personality type, and it makes me feel like I have a strong connection with people, I know God has a plan for my life. 2 years ago
Extraverted Sensing Feeling Judging
Strength of the preferences %
67 25 38 1
Qualitative analysis of your type formula
distinctively expressed extravert
moderately expressed sensing personality
moderately expressed feeling personality
slightly expressed judging personality
Providers take it upon themselves to insure the health and welfare of those in their care, but they are also the most sociable of all the Guardians, and thus are the great nurturers of social institutions such as schools, churches, social clubs, and civic groups. Providers are very likely more than ten percent of the population, and this is fortunate for the rest of us, because friendly social service is a key to their nature. Wherever they go, Providers happily give their time and energy to make sure that the needs of others are met, and that social functions are a success.
Highly cooperative themselves, Providers are skilled in maintaining teamwork among their helpers, and are also tireless in their attention to the details of furnishing goods and services. They make excellent chairpersons in charge of dances, banquets, class reunions, charity fund-raisers, and the like. They are without peer as masters of ceremonies, able to speak publicly with ease and confidence. And they are outstanding hosts or hostesses, knowing everyone by name, and seemingly aware of what everyone’s been doing. Providers love to entertain, and are always concerned about the needs of their guests, wanting to make sure that all are involved and provided for.
Friendly, outgoing, neighborly – in a word, Providers are gregarious, so much so that they can become restless when isolated from people. They love to talk with others, and will often strike up a conversation with strangers and chat pleasantly about any topic that comes to mind. Friendships matter a great deal to Providers, and their conversations with friends often touch on good times from years past. Family traditions are also sacred to them, and they carefully observe birthdays and anniversaries. In addition, Providers show a delightful fascination with news of their friends and neighbors. If we wish to know what’s been going on in the local community, school, or church, they’re happy to fill us in on all the details.
Providers are extremely sensitive to the feelings of others, which makes them perhaps the most sympathetic of all the types, but which also leaves them somewhat self-conscious, that is, highly sensitive to what others think of them. Loving and affectionate themselves, they need to be loved in return. In fact, Providers can be crushed by personal criticism, and are happiest when given ample appreciation both for themselves personally and for the tireless service they give to others. 2 years ago
I think it fits me good – although it’s very rare among women. My border type is INFP – The Dreamer. Since I’m still a “teenager in identity crisis”, this test helped a lot.
I’ll retake it when I’m 22 years old, when my personality is fully formed, just to make sure. 2 years ago
I remember taking it at school. It was some random thing the class did. I was excited about it, because I’d never taken it before, but I was a little skeptic, just because of the fact that I hate being, not classified, per se, but just limited, I guess. You know, it sucks when you’re told you’re not able to do things, no matter how hard you try (haha, kinda like John Locke from Lost). I forgot what I was, but (totally guessing) I think I was an ENFP.
Wait. Thank god for photographic memory. I remember the person who came in then put a diagram on the overhead with 4 rows, and 4 columns. If my memory’s good, then mine was the 3rd row of the 3rd column, which would put me at… ENFJ. I could’ve sworn I was an ENFP, but it doesn’t make that much of a difference. I just remember that she also put up good career choices for each type, and mine had the choice I wanted. I think my type’s list had teacher, speaker, performer, and artist. I want to play music and act as a profession, and I’m all for anything cultural. Plus, I like when my voice is heard, and I like spreading the word about things and ideas I have a lot of joy in. Yep, the choices pretty much suit me. I don’t wanna say they ‘fit’ me, though (the whole “limitations” thing). I’ll go through last year’s stack of shool papers. It should be in there somewhere… 2 years ago