Monday, February 12, 2007

Procrastinating

Apparently I'm not ready to go home yet. So I did this:




You Are An INFP


The Idealist



You are creative with a great imagination, living in your own inner world.

Open minded and accepting, you strive for harmony in your important relationships.

It takes a long time for people to get to know you. You are hesitant to let people get close.

But once you care for someone, you do everything you can to help them grow and develop.



You would make an excellent writer, psychologist, or artist.

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5 Comments:

At 10:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, me too! Although, sometimes I get ENFP, if I'm feeling saucy.

-AFGS

 
At 9:25 PM, Blogger Irie said...

I'm an INTJ.

The Scientist

You have a head for ideas - and you are good at improving systems.
Logical and strategic, you prefer for everything in your life to be organized.
You tend to be a bit skeptical. You're both critical of yourself and of others.
Independent and stubborn, you tend to only befriend those who are a lot like you.

You would make an excellent scientist, engineer, or programmer.

Ha! I'm a history teacher.

 
At 7:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"You would make an excellent writer, psychologist, or artist."

That's it! Take it as a sign. Get out of this science hell and follow your true calling. Even better, these are perhaps the 3 professional careers that actually make less money than scientists.

 
At 3:22 PM, Blogger Holly said...

I did it too, and I'm a psychologist. Is that lame or what. Procrastination.

 
At 12:58 PM, Blogger Jeff said...

INTP. ("You would make an excellent mathematician, programmer, or professor.") Handy I guess since I'm a math grad student.

Many of the folks I know test on the edge of INTP and INFP -- we're all built very analytically, but realized slowly how very important it was to understand this F thing. I'm one of the worst -- e.g., in undergrad I was so totally without emotional intuition I had to put together a toy mathematical model of emotion to get started.

So when we're asked questions about "what do you value?" we often track closer to F, despite the fact that (to the extent that this classification is useful at all) we should really be deep in T territory.

Long story short, I'm pretty sure you deserve the little test to tell you to be a professor.

 

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