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Random thoughts, I did a personality test recently just on a bit of a whim and found the results interesting. Wonder if anyone else he has done them or wants to and post results. I do feel it is mostly correct but at the same time I think I complain more. I used to be much more quiet about them...but keeping my issues under cap til they explode has proved to be a very bad idea, and verbally complaining about everything on my mind keeps me from stewing too much on them, and on rare occasions I am given feed back on my issues. Note I also tend to ignore or deny anything someone says on the spot but will think on for a day or so and sometimes make sense of it, just have a acceptance and integration phase with new information while comparing it to previous thought processes and norms.

http://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/istj  

Second run got me http://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/isfj  
 

I think the second test might be more accurate. I have a few quirks that and a apprehensiveness to new things. The leadership qualities in the ISTJ profile are more background. The social interactions and feelings of supporting and being needed among like minded or those I can relate to deems extremely true with the ISFJ.

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The first link you gave my result INFJ have done some tests in the past starting high school career etc and career years . last test in 2014 I was ISFJ 

Over the years the I, F, J is consistent the S and N flip flop based on how questions phrased or my state of mind -I guess. Sometimes I'm sensing sometimes intuitive. Your first link described me as a slight Intuitive over sensing so it fits my past flip flop results.

It also said slight I over E. I was more social when young Now introvert -marriage, parenthood, time in workforce, and my progression of this undiagnosed illness over the years has me solidly an introvert.  My needs are met By my current age / stage in life and I don't expend the additional energy because a wave can quickly turn into a conversation of undetermined length I can't commit to. Lol

yep pretty spot on I must admit career wise I am a scientist and educator by nature/ heart. Those dreams of being a FBI/cop or singer as a child left unfulfilled.

 I love the sciences but I have a more spiritual (intuitive) component then most science based people have . hence the biology all living things are connected type thinking. I've been told by more people then I can count before I entered education that I'm an excellent teacher. Even when I interview for a science based job etc I quickly am ear marked to help people role versus being the theoretical paper data collector type or lab person.

Someone has to explain the abstract science based concept of the product etc AWOL is the one they find who personnel wise can do that. 

Over the years I'm the science /educator /helper whether educating in biology / chemistry classroom, product specialist at trade show, product allergy inquiry specialist , QC/QA product specialist call center, or ecology based kids camp leader My IN(S)FJ unfolds . By the way AWOL's 2016 gluten challenge has her sitting out of the work force. So I hope they found another IN(S)FJ to fill her shoes.

I am INFJ or ISFJ on any given day. 

 

I'll take your second link test and edit the update. 

Edit- I see now you had one link but 2 results yourself. Yep always that one trait that can vary.

 

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19 minutes ago, Awol cast iron stomach said:

The first link you gave my result INFJ have done some tests in the past starting high school career etc and career years . last test in 2014 I was ISFJ 

Over the years the I, F, J is consistent the S and N flip flop based on how questions phrased or my state of mind -I guess. Sometimes I'm sensing sometimes intuitive. Your first link described me as a slight Intuitive over sensing so it fits my past flip flop results.

It also said slight I over E. I was more social when young Now introvert -marriage, parenthood, time in workforce, and my progression of this undiagnosed illness over the years has me solidly an introvert.  My needs are met By my current age / stage in life and I don't expend the additional energy because a wave can quickly turn into a conversation of undetermined length I can't commit to. Lol

yep pretty spot on I must admit career wise I am a scientist and educator by nature/ heart. Those dreams of being a FBI/cop or singer as a child left unfulfilled.

 I love the sciences but I have a more spiritual (intuitive) component then most science based people have . hence the biology all living things are connected type thinking. I've been told by more people then I can count before I entered education that I'm an excellent teacher. Even when I interview for a science based job etc I quickly am ear marked to help people role versus being the theoretical paper data collector type or lab person.

Someone has to explain the abstract science based concept of the product etc AWOL is the one they find who personnel wise can do that. 

Over the years I'm the science /educator /helper whether educating in biology / chemistry classroom, product specialist at trade show, product allergy inquiry specialist , QC/QA product specialist call center, or ecology based kids camp leader My IN(S)FJ unfolds . By the way AWOL's 2016 gluten challenge has her sitting out of the work force. So I hope they found another IN(S)FJ to fill her shoes.

I am INFJ or ISFJ on any given day. 

 

I'll take your second link test and edit the update.

 

The links I gave were my results.....the testing link is different.

http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp   

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Just had to do this for school. I'm  INTJ which supposedly is rare in women..... so weird how the descriptions are so accurate. 

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