The two self-assessments were not so much informative as they were a continued validation of a few things that I already knew about myself. Truthfully, I am not one to give credit to the of use self-assessments as a guideline to how I should act or what I should do in life. I am definitely an Extrovert as the Jungian Typology assessment proved, but there are days that I lean towards being an introvert just to survive and decompress. I work as a librarian in a middle school and sometimes, I need to shut myself off and find quiet, self-centralized moments to think and assess my days. With that said, I am surprised that the assessment categorized me as judging instead of perceptive. Sensing and feeling have always been a strong point for
As I reviewed my MBTI results, most of my percentages have not drastically changed over time. This gives me continued confidence in the following MBTI results which indicate I am an ?ISTJ?: introvert (16%), sensing (9%), thinking (31%) and judging (53%) (Jung Typology Test, 1998-2017).
Within the Jung Typology Test (JTT) it states that my type of personality is introverted, sensing, feeling and judging. The results indicated I am an introvert over extrovert, the score showed 56%. There was a marginal or no preference to sensing over intuition at 1% for this result. Moderate preference to feeling over thinking at 25%, and a strong preference to judging over perceiving at 78%. So this is saying that I am an introverted sensing with extroverted feeling.
How well does one know himself or herself as a person? Or even the type of person they are? How can one tell if they’re an introvert or an extrovert? There are so many questions that come to mind but no answers that follow. However, after taking the Majors PTI assessment was when I realized what type of person I am. My results revealed that I am an INFJ. What does that even mean? Well, being an INFJ means that I am an introvert, who uses their feelings and intuition to make their judgments. INFJ’s like to use words and visions and be imaginative. They tend to make connections to everything and give a deeper meaning to every part of their life. Truthfully speaking, that’s exactly the type of person I am. I prefer to deal with things according
As requested, I took the Jung Typology Assessment. The results revealed my personality to be ISFJ (Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging). The first characteristic listed is the desires to serve others. An ISFJ is loyal, sometimes taken for granted, bad at delegating, but produces superior quality work. Methodical, accurate, and possess an excellent memory are more characteristics of the ISFJ personality type. They work well in a small group and make reliable coworkers; however, they tend to be awkward in a supervisory capacity. Not only is an ISFJ a great employee but they are extremely family oriented and dedicated to their intimate group of friends. If a friend or family member is in need of emotional support an ISFJ is by their side without
During the Myers-Briggs activity I found out that I was more of an introvert than an extrovert, and that is something I battle with every day. Being categorized in the INTP (Introverted intuitive thinking perceiver) group makes introverts like myself come off as a wonderer or someone who is always in their own world. Both activities have been a learning experiment for me because sometimes I tend to be straight forward without considering the consequences. I think that this project was necessary for me and my class as college students because we are at a selfish age in our lives and lacked the education of civil discourse. I will take this learning experience and apply it to my everyday life when interacting with other
Upon completion of the Jung Typology Test, I realized that I fell in the middle of two of the types listed. I received the results for Introverted Intuitive Thinking Judging (INTJ). My results by percentage were Introvert (9%) iNtuitive (9%) Thinking (3%) Judging (28%). The second type was Introverted Intuitive Feeling Judging (INFJ) because I received three percent in the Thinking category. After reading the descriptions and career choices, I feel I am more related to the INFJ than the INTJ. Knowing my personality type assist me with school because it explains my need to understand what I am trying to write about before I write it. It also explains why I feel as if I am an Introvert at home and at times I have feeling of being an Extrovert.
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According to the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), I am an ISTJ personality this means that I am an Introvert, Sensing, Thinking, and Judging person. ISTJ are very faithful, loyal and dependable. We are also reserved people who are interested in a secure and quiet life. ISTJ’s place importance in being honesty and can be trusted to do the right thing for their families and friends. There are some weaknesses to being an ISTJ personality we are stubborn, insensitive, and judgmental. This test is amazing it really nailed my personality.
Based on the personality profile I completed in class my personality type is ISTJ, Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging. According to various sources on personality types ISTJ's are often referred to as "Inspectors". I agree with a lot of what I have read about my personality type. ISTJ's often give the initial impression of being aloof and perhaps somewhat cold. This is perhaps one of the truest statements about me that I have seen. Many people find me to be cold and standoffish if not conceited and stuck-up. I prefer spending time alone, or with a few close people rather than go to parties, bars, or clubs. Very often when I go to the mall or other chaotic places I am over stimulated and overwhelmed by the people and the
These scores tell me the way I think and how I tend to make decisions. From the scores above my two strong suits are Intuitive (38%) and Judging (38%) whereas; my weaknesses are Introvert (9%) and Thinking (9%). This also means that I am classified as an INTJ( Introverted, Intuitive, Thnking, Judging) which is also known as a Mastermind. INTJ’s are self-confident and tend to excel in careers such as sciences and engineering. Currently, I am a Micro Computer Support Assistant for LAUSD and being an INTJ type has allowed me to excel in this position because I am able to use my problem solving skills to try and figure out a certain problem even if I may not know the exact solution. But it is not always a good thing because INTJ’s tend to take
To begin, I took the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment. This assessment has been a reliable source for documenting personality and focuses on four dimensions of personality: extraversion or introversion, sensing or intuition, thinking or feeling, and judging or perceiving (Ledlow & Coppola, 2014). Based on my results, I would be categorized as ESFJ (extraversion, sensing, feeling, judging) personality type. ESFJs focus on the outside world and assess their experiences subjectively. They largely base their judgments on their belief system and on the effects of actions on people. ESFJs are literal and concrete, trusting the specific, factual information gathered through their physiological senses. They are often skilled at bringing out the best in people, and they want to understand other points of view. They are serious about their responsibilities, seeing what needs to be done and then doing it. Generally proficient at detailed tasks, they enjoy doing little things that make life easier for others. ESFJs seek structured, controlled environments, and tend to be good at creating a sense of order. They value the rule of law and expect
We all feel a certain sense of excitement when make the acquaintance of a new and interesting person. Learning about them, their interests, and what drives them can be like diving into a new story or book. It can feel like the start of a new adventure—but what if that new acquaintance we met was ourself? What if we had discovered aspects and traits about ourselves that might have been there all along but, upon inspection, somehow felt brand new? During my English 1301 class, we explored the sixteen personality types found in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the four dichotomies that indicate our psychological preferences for how we perceive the world and make decisions. I have identified closely with the INFJ (introversion, intuition, feeling, judging) personality type in several ways.