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Old 12/11/2015, 03:29 AM
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If what you think is research then I think it depends.

If you want to write a lot of papers in a way to get yourself included in a research niche, usually consisting of few researchers, then you do need quite a bit of Te.

But if you want to come up with something original, then you do need a good deal of Ni combined with the Te, or Ti combined with Te.

I don't know though, since I am starting research next January, and that will be after I will be done with all my qualifying exams.

At the beginning I will have to learn a lot of stuff before I can work on my problem.

Can I ask what kind of math do you do?
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