The beauty of the world is that everyone is different. Everyone has a different personality and it is not good or bad, but rather unique in their own special way. It is important to learn about one’s own personality to figure out how you work best and what you do or do not like. When you learn about the personalities of others, it helps you figure out how they work and how you can work together.
This is one of the reasons why groups will sometimes provide these tests for their members. It allows people to understand how other members can work together best. If you have not taken the test, then take it here and come back.
Personally, I find that I am a hard person to categorize. It’s hard for me to fit myself into one category when I have many different interests. Also, when I take the test, I sometimes come out with different results because of how borderline I am on some of the categories. The questions can also vary, which can change the results as well.
I come out as an:
INFJ (most of the time), ENFJ, INFP, ENFP
I am right in the middle when it comes to extrovert vs. introvert. This is called an ambivert. I value introspection and time to myself with my thoughts just as much as I value interacting and maintaining relationships with others. I can have just as much fun reading a book at home on Friday as I do going out to a party on Saturday.
I can see a direct influence of these two important values in my top two future professions: a writer and a psychologist. The writer in me wants to watch what is going on around me and describe it, while being immersed in my own thoughts. The psychologist in me wants to be actively involved in people’s stories and help them come to a point where they can figure their emotions out.
I am intuitive and feeling. This never changes when I take this test. I think imaginatively and allow myself to use feelings to learn about myself and others. These two things are more important to me than logic or reason.
I usually come out more as Judging than Perceiving, but not by much. I display a great propensity for planning and scheduling. I like to know what I am doing in advanced, what I need to bring and what to expect. There are certain things that I have to keep organized, but others that I do not (like my room or my bag). However, when things are not organized, it stresses me out, which aligns with judging. I do like to be spontaneous at times, but I have to say that I usually prefer knowing what is going to happen.