Myers-Briggs Personality Analysis

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Have you ever taken the Myers-Briggs personality test, and received results that did not match your personality, at all? The complete opposite happened to me when I took it. The personality test from "16Personalities", labeled me as "The Mediator" otherwise known as the "INFP" personality, it also had an overview article that described how INFPs make choices along with the quality of their relationships, and their ability to think and distach from reality for hours on end. My results described me as an introvert, a person who follows their intuition and feelings, as well as someone who looks at the future rather than the present. I believe that the personality test described me accurately, because of the fact that I listen to others more than I speak to them, I daydream and think about the future more than I talk, and how I am introverted until I 'm around my close group of friends, then I am…show more content…
My last reason why I believe that the INFP personality accurately descirbes me, is because of how it describes me when I 'm around my friends. The overview says that, "While they may be percieved as calm, reserved, or even shy, INFPs have an inner flame and passion that can truly shine...when they find like-minded people to spend their time with, the harmony they feel will be a fountain of joy and inspiration," (16personalities). This hits my personality spot on when it comes to me choosing and spending time with my friends. Due to my introverted nature (I), I don 't make friends with everyone I meet, and I can 't always initiate a conversation when I want to. In fact, I 'm not much of a people person. I have a group of friends composed of four to six people, and we are extremely close. We are more sisters than friends. In contrast to I behave without them (not talking and keeping to myself), I am outgoing, opinionated, and confident around them. Even if we are in a room full of people that I am uncomfortable with, I 'm completely fine and happy with

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