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    Default Seeking Self-Typing Help

    I am having difficulty pinning down my type. Please ask me questions you think might help figure things out and I'll do my best to answer them.

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    You shouldn't be expecting much from me.

    What type descriptions do you relate to the most? How well do you relate to LII/INTj descriptions out there? Especially descriptions of Ne/Intuitive subtype.


    http://www.socionics.com/prof/intj.htm
    http://www.wikisocion.org/en/index.php?title=LII
    http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...65&postcount=3

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    Actually, Ashton just linked me to this in another thread, and it helped immensely.
    http://www.socionics.us/works/semantics.shtml

    I'm quite sure of Alpha NT at this point. ILE vs. LII could be tough to sort through, but that bit bothers me much less than being split between Alpha and Gamma.

    I think I was just unclear as to Ni/Ne and Ti/Te before.

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    Reinin Analysis

    OK. So far you seem:

    Extroverted > Introverted => You first selftyped as an Extrovert. You're all over the place, active or something. Extroverted temperament or extroverted function usage.

    Intuitive > Sensing => You seem to be fairly interested in ideas.

    Thinking > Feeling => classification, technicalities > relating to people.

    Democratic > Aristocratic => bringing people together around something perceptive function related rather than bringing people together over something that is socially agreed upon.

    Negative > Positive => there are issues that bug you and you try your best at solving these rather than being somewhat of a power tripper. Weak argument, though.

    Result > Process => you seem to be all about quick solutions > getting your hands dirty.

    Taciturn > Narrator => you seem to be full of questions rather than lecturing people around. OK, every NT types lectures around. You seem to do a bit of both i.e. you're full of questions and you educate people simultaneously. Alpha NT > Gamma NT.

    I probably need more data, but INTj would be my wild guess. INTj-Ne, more precisely.

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