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Old 25/05/2007, 10:00 PM
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Default Is this a good way to verify one's type?

Let us say you are split between two alternatives (in my case INTj and ENTp). You show the types' profile desciptions to close friends and family members who have known you for years (but have never heard of socioinics or MBTI) and ask them to choose which of the two fits you very well. After accumulating a large number of responses, the one which most people select is probably your true type.

So what do all of you think of this method? It's not foolproof, but I think it is better than having random people on the net try to type you when they don't even know you personally. What is unique about this is that these people are not familiar with typology, so it gives them an unbiased approach.
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