Re: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
I remember the one that I took at my community college was over 100 questions. When I get back from class I will take the one Jaxy shared, too, just to see what I get.
I'm going to type out a section of mine for you guys to read.
INFP's enjoy cooperating with people and always try to establish the best rapport possible with others. INFP's have a quiet sympathetic natures and possess calm, passionate, caring attitudes towards others. They are drawn to harmonious situations and try to avoid conflict at all costs.
INFP's value genuineness, and their idealistic natures cause them to be deeply dedicated to righteous ideals-- and ever vigilant toward injustice. Owing to this, INFP's seem to have an almost legendary purity of heart. Their loyalty and devotion to those people and causes that they believe to be genuine is steadfast. Always seeking a virtuous cause or leader to follow, they may at times see more in a cause or person than is actually there. INFPs adapt to ethical situations quickly and they are willing to commit the self-sacrifice that following their own path may require.
But INFP's cooperative natures will break down when their commitments are crossed. They often have a global or diffuse understanding of issues and this leads them to ignore the details of certain facts and logic. Their imaginations can overshadow their sensory observations and they become impatient with routines and schedules. Yet their ability to appreciate subtle meanings and symbolic communications is strong and difficult for them to ignore. They willingly admit that finding oneself is the greatest of all life's quests.