My Jung Personality Test Results

ENTP – “Inventor”. Enthusiastic interest in everything and always sensitive to possibilities. Non-conformist and innovative. 3.2% of the total population.

Free Jung Personality Test (similar to Myers-Briggs/MBTI)

Apparently, this means I should be a computer consultant, web developer, or dictator. Maybe it’s time for career change?

And I shouldn’t be a wedding planner or home maker. I think Carly already knows that.

9 thoughts on “My Jung Personality Test Results”

  1. Extroverted (E) 61.29% Introverted (I) 38.71%
    Sensing (S) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%
    Thinking (T) 56.25% Feeling (F) 43.75%
    Perceiving (P) 57.14% Judging (J) 42.86%

    Your type is: ENTP

    ENTP – “Inventor”. Enthusiastic interest in everything and always sensitive to possibilities. Non-conformist and innovative. 3.2% of the total population.

    What do you think? Is it me?

  2. I love this stuff! Here’s mine:

    ESTJ – “Administrator”. Much in touch with the external environment. Very responsible. Pillar of strength. 8.7% of total population.

    And it’s not like I didn’t already know this, but when I looked at Ed’s type, the descriptive words were almost exactly opposite of the descriptive words for my type.

  3. ISTP – “Engineer”. Values freedom of action and following interests and impulses. Independent, concise in speech, master of tools. 5.4% of total population

  4. Hmm, I think I’ll take that black sheep award. I’m a chameleon (maybe moody is more descriptive) and know how to take tests, so based on my feeling when I take the test, I can fill up the chart.

    If I really buckle down and zero out my emotions, I tend to be an INTP…but really, think about life and answer me this–how often do you really zero out your emotions?

    So, my feeling with these tests is that all they really test is how you respond when you don’t care. And do nothing to predict how you will respond under stress or when facing an emotional situation–and that is what I would like guidance handling, not the mundane situations.

    I already know that I rarely talk to strangers at a coffeehouse, that does me little good; but what about in the meeting where I am about to confront the bosses inability to focus resources on a critical issue and it falls onto me to do so, no place to hide and writing an email or position paper is not available–hmm, a little help there please.

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