Myers Briggs

From a link off of Jen Speaks, I took the Myers Briggs Test and here are my results:

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

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And here are my Enneagram Test Results:

Conscious self
Overall self

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Enneagram Test Results

Type 1 Perfectionism |||||||||||||||| 66%
Type 2 Helpfulness |||||||||||||| 56%
Type 3 Image Awareness |||||||||||||||| 63%
Type 4 Sensitivity |||||||||| 33%
Type 5 Detachment |||||||||||| 43%
Type 6 Anxiety |||||||||||||| 53%
Type 7 Adventurousness |||||||||| 40%
Type 8 Aggressiveness |||||||||||||| 60%
Type 9 Calmness |||||||||||||| 56%

Your Conscious-Surface type is 1
Your Unconscious-Overall type is 1w9

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I suspect this is a lot like astrology. You can read into these results whatever you like.

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5 comments

  1. That’s true. What’s odd about your results is the E on the MBTI and the introvert on the Overall Self blurb. You can’t be both.

  2. Actually, the MBTI is a pretty reliable test. My profile fits me to a T and has since I first took the test.

    The enneagram is also interesting and I’ve read a little on it, but some of the stuff baffles me.

  3. INFP here. Something like less than 2% of the population. I have taken this test about 5 times in a 10 year period and I get the same results each time — but the only thing I question is the “P” since I’m prone toward being a “J” in my career.

    I’ve also done the enneagram work…many years ago it came w/ the territory of living w/ 2 psychology majors in college. I’m a 4. A friend of mine and her family were very involved in the spiritual study of it. I can’t even remember what a 4 represents!

  4. I’m an INTP, exactly what the test said and the enneagram says 5w6, but I’ve taken different ennegram tests and sometimes I test differently. We did a staff retreat last year on ennegrams and we all thought they are a bit more subjective that the Myers-Briggs.

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