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
When I took the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, my result was the description of ISTJs, Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging. From these results, ISTJs are inspectors with an acute awareness of what is right and wrong, especially when it relates to their interests or responsibility. This assessment does resemble my personality without a doubt. The ISTJs process a devotion to duty, and their motto is punctuality. I agree I have a dedication to duty and am a stickler for punctuality with the exception to reasonable cause. I like to be at places on time, and hate running late. I like to finish projects ahead of schedule. I cannot stand waiting for a person that is running behind without a good reason. It also annoys me if I must work with an individual who constantly
There are many different aspects to consider when an individual is trying to see what career best suits them and who they are as a person. Some people are very strong and confident in who they are and what aspirations they want to see accomplished in their lives. Others are not so sure of themselves or have no direction in where they would like to see themselves after high school or college. In these extreme cases, one concept that people use that assist individuals in finding themselves and what they want to do with their life is by taking the Myers Briggs assessment. I took the Myers Briggs test and found it extremely interesting due to the personality traits that were given to me. I was given the traits ISFJ, which stands for introverted,
The results from the Keirsey Temperament Sorter shows that I am an ISTJ. The word ISTJ stands for introverted, sensing, thinking, judging. Those mean that one enjoys quiet time typically alone such as relaxing on the couch reading a book. One also pays attention to facts or details when completing something such as building a project. One typically tends to prioritize facts and uses reasoning, especially when they have past experience instead of exploring new ideas that are not proven.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an important look at the methods humans use in our interaction with our shared environments and how we relate differently to shared experiences (Cohen, D., Cohen M., Cross, H., 1981). Differences in how individuals relate to and understand our surroundings are displayed and sorted using scales for several fields. Extroversion and introversion are determined and assigned to this indicator using either E or I. A clear definition between sensing and intuition is also defined by the assignment of S or N. Also, thinking and feeling are compared and determined adding the letters of either T or F to the result. The last letter in ones conformed profile will include either J or P for judging compared to perception.
For my personality type, I have gotten both INTJ and ISTJ. I am more sensing in that I don’t believe in having “a hunch” but also more intuitive in that I like numbers and Algebra, which are abstract. I am a good student, especially in math. I enjoy and am talented at doing mental math. For example I like doubling 2s like Christopher in The Curious Incident of the Dog and the Nighttime when I’m bored and calculating and estimating percents on tests.
The results of my Jun Typology Test revealed that I am type INFJ, with Introvert (16%), iNtuitive (41%), Feeling (16%), and Judging (34%), preferences. Some of the characteristics associated with type INFJ include, an unusual spectrum regarding the intensity of talents, I am a doer, an idealist, creative, maintains a strong perspective regarding humanitarianism, and a rare mix of practicality and perception. Although I am a giver, I find it necessary to disengage from the world at times, in order to replenish and protect myself from becoming overwhelmed. I am somewhat complex, while possessing an uncanny acumen to discern the motives of people, whether favorable or unfavorable. Also, I maintain strong writing skills and personal charisma.
Although I can look back into my past and find many examples of actions or behaviors that aligned my personality perfectly with an INTJ personality type and perhaps in a relax environment that is my personality. I normally do not think of myself as the INTJ describe by many of the references. These references describe INTJs as natural leaders, hard workers, supreme strategist, able to objectively see the reality of a situation and able to adopt and change things when they are not working. These also describe INTJs as effective leaders that sometime choose to remain in the background until they see the need to take over the lead and analytical individuals with highly-developed imagination that sometime rather prefer to keep the time they spend
Week one: Reflection Paper Assignment The personality type that was indicated from my completion of the MBTI puzzle is introvert, sensing, feeling, and judging (ISFJ). I would say what surprised me the most about these results were the personality tendencies of sensing and introvert. The personality tendency of sensing says I am practical and cost effective. I do not feel like I am practical when it comes to money
I have replied to two other types of personality other that mine, so I have decided to reply to one that is similar to mine. Based on the results of the INTJ personality type, I found it to be right on point as my behavior, career choices, etc. The few things I found that were a tad bit unlike me was the part on relationships and not being capable of readily grasping social rituals, by having little patience and limited understanding of small talk and flirtation.1 I can’t speak for other INTJs, but I have a great understanding all such . . . It’s just that I don’t care much for it. In addition, the findings found that our type is capable of disregarding authority.
Overview I took the Myers-Briggs Personality test and tested as an ENTJ. I felt that the this gave me an accurate rating and felt that the description it gave was accurate. I went and read the descriptions for all the other personality types to see if any of them were a better match.
The myer-briggs assessment was fairly accurate and taught me many things I did not know about myself. I was very surprised to read how detailed each trait was described and how it fit my personality in real life. I could relate to many things mentioned about the people with ISFJ personalities. I learned that although I am an introvert, I can connect well with other people much better than other introverts. The type of friend I am considered to be is very loyal and although I may be closed off and protective in the beginning after I can trust you I can be a very trustworthy.
The Jung Typology Assessment concluded that my personality type was considered a ESFJ type. According to the results, it says my personality is Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, and Judging. We are called "a provider." Although after ready your results, I could see myself being a ENFJ as well. We share similar traits.
According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator/Jung's Typology Test results, I have a slight preference of Extraversion over Introversion at 9%, I have a slight preference of Intuition over Sensing at 16%, I have a moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking at 34%, and I have a moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving at 31%. I feel as though these results are very accurate. The only section that I don’t completely agree with would be the “Judging over Perceiving” aspect of the test. Relating more with being an extrovert rather than an introvert makes me more personable than some, therefore I attract more people. I do believe that I am certainly more emotional than logical in many aspects of my life, especially when it comes to loved ones.
My confirmed profile is INFJ this means that in business and school I work best when being alone and spend a great time focusing on the essentials. I am the kind of student who prefers one-to-one discussions over large group discussions. In fact, determined and passionate, creativity, insightfulness, inspiring, convincing, decisive are my stronghold qualities while sensitivity, extremely private perfectionistic, always need to have a cause, can burn out easily all in one constitute my weaknesses. By the way, Enock Jean Pierre is my opposite profile, his profile type is ISTP. An ISTP type person is one who works best in a large group and the person uses his five senses to analyze what is being learned.