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Old 26/09/2009, 08:35 PM
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Default Your Ideal vs. Real Type Test . . .

Here is a test which identifies and compares your real type to your ideal type (what you would like to be):

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Old 26/09/2009, 09:00 PM
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ideal type - ENTJ, real type - ENFP
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So this one time me an' my bes' frien' Stan, we went to a church service. That preacher was talkin' 'bout hell. So Stan leans over to me an' he says, "I bet hell is like a PoLR hit every day."

An' I says, "Stan, you prolly right."
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Old 26/09/2009, 09:46 PM
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Real Type - INFJ / Ideal Type - ISTJ
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Old 27/09/2009, 02:14 AM
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ideal type - INTJ, real type - INTJ

I score INTJ pretty much exclusively
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Old 27/09/2009, 05:09 AM
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Real: INFJ
Ideal: ESTJ

Well not really, but it's interesting that the real and the ideal types make a duality relation.
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Old 28/09/2009, 10:30 PM
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Reasonably interesting.
Ideal was ENTJ. Real was ENFP.
I think the ideal me would be more organised and tidy etc.
I suppose my spontaneity would be the trade off though. I'm not sure that's a price I'm willing to pay right now.
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Old 29/09/2009, 04:32 PM
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ideal type - ENTJ, real type - ENFP
Almost the same. Apparently I want to nearly be what I am not... Which I personally don't think is a good thing.

ideal type - ESTJ, real type - ENFP

I think what is is with me, is that I don't want to be so disorganized. It really gets me into a lot of trouble and makes things very difficult. However, it's part of who I am and something I can't really change unless I work hard at it. I also don't want to be so feeling, sometimes. I am extremely affect by the emotions around me, and the emotions I experience are always very powerful. If I am happy, I am ecstatic. If I am sad, I am miserable and painful. Etc. I wish I could be more 'tough-minded' and less caring. Hmm.
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Old 30/09/2009, 02:01 PM
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Real: INFJ
Ideal: ESTJ

Well not really, but it's interesting that the real and the ideal types make a duality relation.
Since this is a Jungian type test, that's not necessarily true; the INFJ would be NiFe, and the ESTJ TeSi.
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Old 29/11/2009, 03:20 PM
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ideal type - INFP, real type - INFJ
Yes, that seems to be true.
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Old 29/11/2009, 08:45 PM
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ideal type - ENTJ, real type - ENFP
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Old 29/11/2009, 11:00 PM
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Old 29/11/2009, 11:31 PM
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The test is not very good, it is at least below average in accuracy.
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Old 30/11/2009, 05:34 AM
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The test is not very good, it is at least below average in accuracy.
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The test is not very good, it is at least below average in accuracy.
Maybe for you, but here it's the best test i've ever seen, i've had about 300 (298) people sit it and it give the exact correct result for actual type and ideal type for 283 of them, now how's that for a bit of bully, hmmmm?


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Old 30/11/2009, 06:51 PM
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The test is good if you want to know which type you want to be or the type you think you might be, but it is not very good at determining your correct type. Most other tests are more accurate in that respect, including RSV3s which is clearly superior to this one.
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The test is good if you want to know which type you want to be or the type you think you might be, but it is not very good at determining your correct type. Most other tests are more accurate in that respect, including RSV3s which is clearly superior to this one.
If that isn't sarcasm, then it's delusion

On the other tests, the test that that Russian guy posted - I can't remember his name, is quite a superior test - much better than RSV3's and probably a little better than Ricks test.

However, none of them can tell you your ideal and your correct type, so this one's much better.
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Old 30/11/2009, 08:26 PM
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On the other tests, the test that that Russian guy posted - I can't remember his name, is quite a superior test - much better than RSV3's and probably a little better than Ricks test.
His name's like Sergei something, right?
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Old 30/11/2009, 09:00 PM
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Here were my results: ideal type - ENTJ, real type - INTJ

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If that isn't sarcasm, then it's delusion

On the other tests, the test that that Russian guy posted - I can't remember his name, is quite a superior test - much better than RSV3's and probably a little better than Ricks test.
My test is pure awesome, so I think you must be wrong.
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His name's like Sergei something, right?
No, I might do a search of it.

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Here were my results: ideal type - ENTJ, real type - INTJ



My test is pure awesome, so I think you must be wrong.
It seemed OK to start with, I was pleasantly suprised that it predicted my sub type correctly, but I had concerns that the questions would not be of use to one who is not knowledgable of socioncs, however when you revamped it, the results were terrible, I don't know what condition it's in now.

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His name's like Sergei something, right?
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http://www.socionics.com/forums/show...highlight=test

I don't think SG's main test is that good, here's the order of performance: The 4 dichotomy short turbo is very good and the turbo XL is average, but the long test with normal and reversed mode gives many people inaccurate results, and when you add in the time it takes it becomes quite lacklustre and not that worthwhile to perform.

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http://www.socionics.com/forums/show...highlight=test

I don't think SG's main test is that good, here's the order of performance: The 4 dichotomy short turbo is very good and the turbo XL is average, but the long test with normal and reversed mode gives many people inaccurate results, and when you add in the time it takes it becomes quite lacklustre and not that worthwhile to perform.
I thought you were joking.
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