I performed the assessment on January 26th at 9pm, and the assessment is an abbreviation for "Myers–Briggs Type Indicator.” It describes people by dividing several categories such as “Extraversion or Introversion”, “Sensing or Intuition”, “Thinking or Feeling”, and “Judging or Perceiving.” As for me, the result is “ISTJ” which are introversion, sensing, thinking, and judging. The purposes of this assessment are to understand about myself, to build future plans for finding a job, and to improve my relationship with other people.
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.
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.
The DWYA assessment believes that my personality is described by the four letters, ISTJ. I have no idea what that stands for, but based on the actual summary it gives on what I am like, I am inclined to agree with a majority of what it says. It describes me as being careful, patient, thoughtful, and practical, all of which I myself believe I am. I also agree when it says that my shortcomings include me not considering choices not thought of before and focusing too much on the present. An example of me not focusing enough on the future is when I procrastinate constantly and am highly unwilling to give up too much of my free time in order to study because I enjoy reading fiction and playing videogames.
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
Recently I took the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, I was giver the result of ISTJ (Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging) (Jung Typology Test). The result given to me is something that I would agree with. The careers that were given to me through the test ,however, is something I would not agree with. Things such as Store Manager and Dental Assistant are careers I could not picture myself doing.
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.
Watson from Sherlock had the ISFJ personality type also. People believe ISFJs are the backbone of the workforce. The suited careers for ISFJs would be jobs with history behind them, such as medicine or academics. I can also relate to the fact that people with my personality type like to do behind the scenes work and stay under the radar, but still be appreciated for the work and effort put into it. Something new I learned about myself was that being to nice and selfless can be one of my weaknesses and allow people to walk all over me.
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.
My Jungian typology was ISFJ- introverted, sensing, feeling, judging. Just as my typology suggests I am a defender of what I feel is right. I am definitely working in the right profession. I have a need to help people. My superiors in my profession will say the same to anyone.
Perhaps one of the most difficult decisions I’ve had to make in my life so far was whether to not to go on a mission for my church. This decision was about more than choosing love over religion, but about what it would mean for my life. Taking the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has been a great opportunity for me. After taking the MBTI I learned that I am an ENFJ, this is something that has helped understand more about myself and major decisions I have made in the past; such as not going on a mission or not going to a four year college. I have learned not only what these traits mean, but in what circumstances they are used; like the fact that shadow, or opposite, traits tend to emerge in highly stressful situations.
because she wanted we compared between the passion and success, or you and your thoughts to prove which career that we fit it. And then, after undergoing a test, I got ISFJ personality “The Defender”; and this ISFJ personality is very quiet, friendly, responsible, conscientious, commitment and stability in meeting their obligations. In addition, ISFJ personality “The Defender” has three best careers: nursing, counselor and administrative assistants. Nurse