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    SYNTHESIST / REALIST: 59
    IDEALIST: 58
    PRAGMATIST: 54
    ANALYST: 40

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    65 - realist
    63 - idealist

    51 - analyst

    46 - synthesist
    45 - pragmatist

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    Oh that's cool. I didn't even notice.

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    lol sorry i deleted my post hi

    poli your two top scores is the rarest combination


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    58 IDEALIST
    57 SYNTHESIST
    54 ANALYST
    52 PRAGMATIST
    31 REALIST

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    Synthesist: 52
    Idealist: 57
    Pragmatist: 50
    Analyst: 53
    Realist: 58
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    62 realist

    55 idealist
    54 analyst
    53 pragmatist

    46 synthesist
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    66 - Idealist
    58 - Synthesist
    52 - Pragmatist
    51 - Realist
    43 - Analyst

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    53 IDEALIST
    62 PRAGMATIST
    53 ANALYST
    48 REALIST
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    35 SYNTHESIST
    41 IDEALIST
    78 PRAGMATIST
    51 ANALYST
    78 REALIST

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    Synthesist > Pragmatist
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    An ILI at rest tends to remain at rest
    and an ILI in motion is probably not an ILI

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    Synthesist > Pragmatist
    Marbles > Balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
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    Synthesist > Pragmatist
    Marbles > Balls.
    {Marbles} {Balls}
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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post

    Marbles > Balls.
    {Marbles} {Balls}
    Witch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post

    Witch.
    Where? Let's get 'em.
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    63 Pragmatist
    60 Realist
    54 Synthesist
    49 Idealist
    44 Analyst

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post

    Witch.
    Where? Let's get 'em.
    Where ? You tell me. Get them ?

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    48 Synthesist
    50 Idealist
    60 Pragmatist
    67 Analyst

    45 Realist

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    Pretty accurate, I guess. Pragmatism and synthesis should be a bit higher and would've been if I weren't forced to rank the questions.

    55 - Synthesist
    61 - Idealist
    54 - Pragmatist
    51 - Analyst
    49 - Realist

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    Yeay, another test!

    43 | SYNTHESIST
    51 | IDEALIST
    60 | PRAGMATIST
    51 | ANALYST
    65 | REALIST

    A doppel-peak! Take that you synthesist scum!
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    Idealist: 61
    Analyst: 54
    Realist: 54
    Synthesist: 51
    Pragmatist: 50

    Kinda difficult, this one.
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    55 SYNTHESIST
    52 IDEALIST
    61 PRAGMATIST
    49 ANALYST
    53 REALIST
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    50 synthesist
    36 idealist
    64 pragmatist
    60 analyst
    60 realist

    Nice find, Ashton, I may spend some time on this. From reading the descriptions you posted, I would have predicted my idealist score to be higher and my analyst score lower.

    Here's a pdf on the subject (good info tables):
    http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/ac...f/golian99.pdf

    Another document from the first page of google (nice simple explanations, maybe too simple):
    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sourc...U3K3jw&cad=rja

    Reading these links, however, indicates that my idealist score is rightfully low. I don’t know if I can pick out a real preference among my top three scores, I exhibit several qualities from each.

    Synthesist: Some of the behavioral queues are true of me. I debate hypotheticals often. In group situations, if one point of view is too strongly represented I may choose to argue the other, just to keep things even.
    Idealist: The only thing that really describes me here is an emphasis on the big picture and lack of attention to detail.
    Pragmatist: I really agree with “Whatever works” statement. Occasionally my solutions seem convoluted to my peers, but they work, and that’s the important thing. I disagree somewhat with the quick solution nature of the pragmatist. If anything, I am more than willing to spend a long time solving a problem - I would rather solve it perfectly now than waste time resolving it later. Most of the rest of the description fits me, except my social skills aren’t as good as the typical pragmatist (I‘m good in some situations though).
    Analyst: I do seek “best” answer solutions. Most of the descriptors are true of me. I am not a planned, orderly person, however. Except my sleep schedule, and even that is up for debate.
    Realist: Again, mostly true. I don’t think I’m as direct as the realist is predicted to be. I have been told that when I talk about things, I sound 100% sure of myself, as if I can’t be wrong. This isn’t true, mostly I feel the opposite. I may seem more of a Realist than I actually am. Empirical data is important, but what appears true isn’t necessarily true - it is important to gather all of the data.

    Neat idea, mostly accurate, might be useful in group work. I may force my next group to take this test.

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    Synthesist 59
    Idealist 47
    Pragmatist 61
    Analyst 47
    Realist 56

    Total 270

    I'd actually say Im a synthesist over a pragmatist....

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