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    Default Victor Blokhin Test

    A test by Victor Blokhin (? ) - its a very simple test - you have to rate how much each of the eight descriptions fit you (obviously based on the eight functions):

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    I got:

    Ваш тип - ESTP
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    This test has been translated and discussed on this forum before. It does not give very reliable results.

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    I got ESTJ
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    Ваш тип - INTP
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    Ваш тип - INFP

    INFp is a common result I get for Socionics tests, fwiw.

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    Ваш тип - ENFP
    INTp
    sx/sp

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    ISFP

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    According to this, it says that I am an ISTj.
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    ENTP

    lol
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    I'm guessing I got that result because the only IM Elements I chose low answers for were Fi, Fe, and Si. That would make it appear somewhat likely that my dominant is an extroverted irrational function, if you want to look at it that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbean
    According to this, it says that I am an ISTj.
    Interesting. I hope you don't mind my saying....some people were guessing you might be LSI.

    Not that I put a lot of stock in test results...

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    I came out INTp despite having given a high response for the "Ne," "Si," and "Ti" questions. Interesting test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee
    INTP
    it seems that it is very much MBTI as it takes manifestation of ALL model elements and calculates the sum of their parameters such as extraversion, rationality, etc.
    By the way, this is a very common criticism on this forum, and lots of people on this forum (esp. Hugo) have tried to come up with tests that get away from that approach. Usually such tests end up with bizarre results, because they err in making the following assumptions:
    *That all the IM elements in one's own quadra are the strongest.
    *That one's 1st two functions have about equal weight
    *That one's 7th and 8th functions are weak
    ...all of which is incorrect

    From Model A, the MBTI approach of summing stuff up really isn't so bad if you consider this:

    One's 7th and 8th functions are fairly strong
    One's role function is often something one feels one can do
    One's suggestive function is usually weak
    One 's take on the creative function is usually quite different from that of someone who has it as an accepting function

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan
    One's role function is often something one feels one can do
    I'm not sure about this one, is this true?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dee
    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan
    From Model A, the MBTI approach of summing stuff up really isn't so bad if you consider this:

    One's 7th and 8th functions are fairly strong
    One's role function is often something one feels one can do
    One's suggestive function is usually weak
    One 's take on the creative function is usually quite different from that of someone who has it as an accepting function
    so you're saying the levels that the person ranks their functions should be compared to some set template for creative/accepting function levels? with summing up though, wouldn't you just bunch the whole thing into a sum? besides, how are you going to rate the extroversion/introversion and judging/perceiving when ALL the producing functions (say if the tests asks what are you like in action and not in the head) are summed up and so their i/e and j/p parameters, i mean you'd just get an average of the levels of extroversion/introversion of the functions whose heights are influenced by how "strong" they are, say? the same with whether it's l or F and S or N. i think the MBTI approach is pretty weak 'cos even in that test (i posted earlier only focusing on the ego block), the responders would also describe their super ego block's accepting (role) as the questions were aimed at mental-accepting functions rather, if you read the questions, and so it would mesh with the dominant. oh yeah, i was a little wrong in my earlier post about this now - actually the questions only are about the dominant function as they talk about the mental-accepting stuff, from mpv, and so the creative function should not figure in the results at all, it should be like IxTj or ESxp as answers if you look at it this way. Anyway, yeah, the 1st would get meshed with the third and even if you decide to do 2nd and 4th questions in the test, you'd still get meshed up answers, no?
    I wasn't saying quite that. I was just noting that a correct understanding of Model A explains why summing works better than people on this forum generally think, whereas any approach that add strengths to determine quadra first tends to fail miserably, because functions 5 and 6 are generally not areas of confidence.

    For example the functions in your club (1278) will be strongest...so if you add up vertically responses for what one feels good at on a 1-5 rating scale (Ne+Ni, Te+Ti, etc.), one will most likely be placed in the correct club. Next, the high strength of 1 and weakness of 4 and 5 and other factors will tend to mean that summing will likely end up correct on introversion/extraversion.

    Another factor I hadn't mentioned is that there's some overlap between questions...for example, there are some things in descriptions of Si and Ni that are similar, and some similarities between the introverted ones generally. (It's hard to word a description in a way that is totally mutually exclusive.) That's another reason why summing tends to work better than people would expect.

    So anyhow, here's what I think is a very reasonable 1-5 rating for a person's functions:

    Function:Strength
    1:5
    2:4
    3:3
    4:1
    5:2
    6:3
    7:4
    8:4

    If someone understood the questions properly and rated them that way, that person would come out:
    15 to 11 in favor of the correct one on I/E
    14 to 12 in favor of the correct on on rat/irrat
    17 to 9 in favor of the correct club

    I guess in that experiment, rat/irrat is kind of iffy. However, I suspect that the overlap between questions probably makes it work better (e.g, people will give too high a score to their role function because the way it's described in the question sounds a little like their dominant function).

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