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MBTI Personality Test Dear Future Chief Resident: The following test is designed to measure your MBTI Personality type. We will be discussing the theory behind this test, and the results it demonstrates, during the session on “Leadership and Personality Types” during the second day of the conference. The session will be much more valuable to you if you have completed this test PRIOR to the session. Completing the test should only take 15 minutes or so. You can complete it on paper, or can use a web based version located at The web based version has several benefits: 1) You do not have to score your results, as the web page does so for you, 2) You will receive a detailed type report immediately…show more content…
the ability to adapt and make do 35. Do you put more value on: a. infinite b. open-minded 36. Does new and non-routine interaction with others: a. stimulate and energize you b. tax your reserves 37. Are you more frequently: a. a practical sort of person b. a fanciful sort of person 38. Are you more likely to: a. see how others are useful b. see how others see 39. Which is more satisfying: a. to discuss an issue thoroughly b. to arrive at agreement on an issue 40. Which rules you more: a. your head b. your heart 41. Are you more comfortable with work that is: a. contracted b. done on a casual basis 42. Do you tend to look for: a. the orderly b. whatever turns up 43. Do you prefer: a. many friends with brief contact b. a few friends with more lengthy contact 44. Do you go more by: a. facts b. principles 45. Are you more interested in: a. production and distribution b. design and research 46. Which is more of a compliment: a. “There is a very logical person.” b. “There is a very sentimental person.” 47. Do you value in yourself more that you are: a. unwavering b. devoted 48. Do you more often prefer the a. final and unalterable statement b. tentative and preliminary statement 49. Are you more comfortable: a. after a decision b. before a decision 50. Do you: a. speak easily and at length with strangers b. find little to say to strangers 51. Are you more likely to trust your: a. experience b. hunch 52. Do you feel: a. more practical than ingenious b. more
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