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    Default SOLTI Socionics Test

    This one is in Russian so you'll need a translator if you don't know Russian.

    It appears to be more in depth than most of the socioinics tests.


    I get EII on this test, with LII second.

    Regarding functions though, Fi is the highest and Se is by far the lowest.


    Result 1.jpg

    From left to right: ILE, LII, SEI, ESE, SLE, LSI, IEI, EIE, SEE, ESI, ILI, LIE, IEE, EII, SLI, LSE

    Functions.jpg

    Functions from left to right: Ni, Ne, Si, Se, Ti, Te, Fi, Fe

    I would have expected more Ti and less Fi. I must be on a Fi rampage right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chips and underwear View Post
    This one is in Russian so you'll need a translator if you don't know Russian.

    It appears to be more in depth than most of the socioinics tests.


    I get EII on this test, with LII second.

    Regarding functions though, Fi is the highest and Se is by far the lowest.


    Result 1.jpg

    From left to right: ILE, LII, SEI, ESE, SLE, LSI, IEI, EIE, SEE, ESI, ILI, LIE, IEE, EII, SLI, LSE

    Functions.jpg

    Functions from left to right: Ni, Ne, Si, Se, Ti, Te, Fi, Fe

    I would have expected more Ti and less Fi. I must be on a Fi rampage right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    Link bruh
    Oh, details details.

    Fine here's your link:
    http://nsi.sociotest.net/SOLTI-160w.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by chips and underwear View Post
    Oh, details details.

    Fine here's your link:
    http://nsi.sociotest.net/SOLTI-160w.html
    i got LSE 1.7, LSI 1.3, SLI 1.4, SLE 0.6, ESI 0.6 and SEI 0.4

    Functionwise it's: Si, Te, Ti, Se

    does that make me now LSE or SLI?

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    wow! that test was a doozy!!
    Just as a heads up, more than a few questions in the google translate version of it are mis-translated pretty badly. I do have some knowledge of Russian so I was cross checking the questions with the russian originals.

    Anyway, here is what it gave me:

    SOLTI-160 (1).jpg

    SEI, ESE, ESI, EII top 4, in that order. It seemed to prefer introvert for me.
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    SLE - 1.8
    SEE - 1.4
    LSI - 0.8
    ILI - 0.75
    LIE - 0.5

    There were like 10 questions I had no idea about and initially left.

    Se is my uber highest function and Te is a distant second.

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    EII, 1.8
    LII, 1.7
    ILI, 1.1
    IEI, .7
    ESI, .4

    Ni (1) > Ti & Fi (.9) > Ne (.3) > Si > Te > Fe > Se

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    Highest on ILI by a somewhat wide margin, second highest was a tie with IEI and LII. Lowest was LSE (makes me wonder if IEI might actually be a better fit).

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    so i did the test and now i can't even read it.

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    wtf does it mean by things like:
    I inherently "trudogolichka"

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    persephone says i got sle, see, eie, lie in that order.

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    i took this the other day and needed help reading the results.
    SEE was the highest score followed by ESI. i scored higher on Fe than i did on Fi.

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    Got SLI, ESI then SEI.

    May have to give more time to translating it accurately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satan View Post
    wtf does it mean by things like:
    I inherently "trudogolichka"
    yeah i didn't know what that meant either. I even tried looking it up in an online dictionary and it didn't come up. Must be some slang term. I just put "3" for whatever I didn't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suz View Post
    yeah i didn't know what that meant either. I even tried looking it up in an online dictionary and it didn't come up. Must be some slang term. I just put "3" for whatever I didn't know.
    apparently it means hard working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satan View Post
    wtf does it mean by things like:
    I inherently "trudogolichka"
    It means "workaholic".

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    My profile somehow doesn't add up lol.

    I'll comment later on that after someone tells me wtf is central-peripheral reinin and, ESPECIALLY THIS ONE, Ascending / Descending Reinin.

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    According to this test I am IEI ; going by the order of possible types: IEI>ILE>IEE>EII>EIE>LII ... My lowest score was LSE - -2.0.

    Functions: Ni>Ne>Fe>Fi>Ti>Si>Se>Te



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    @Fay how do you get the picture to show up so big?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suz View Post
    @Fay how do you get the picture to show up so big?
    I just umakrked the "Retrieve remote file and reference locally button that is showed in the window where you uppload the pitucture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fay View Post
    I just umakrked the "Retrieve remote file and reference locally button that is showed in the window where you uppload the pitucture.
    oh you used a URL? my result came as a PDF file....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suz View Post
    oh you used a URL? my result came as a PDF file....
    I used the print screen and then uptade it as an url on an image hosting website.
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    I got:

    2.4 IEI
    1.0 EII
    0.9 EIE
    0.9 IEE
    0.6 ILI

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    From what I could make out of it, my results:



    When in doubt I chose 3.

    Highest, Ni, Ne, Fe

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    And I still don't have any idea what "central - peripheral" and "ascending - descending" reinins are. ffs

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    Very accurate as far as how I relate to the results.

    On the high end:

    ILI: 1.8
    ILE: 1.6
    LII: 0.9
    LIE: 0.8
    IEI: 0.4
    SLI: 0.35
    SLE: 0.3

    Low end:

    LSI: -0.05
    EIE: -0.1
    IEE: -0.3
    SEE: -0.45
    EII: -0.6
    LSE: -0.75
    SEI: -0.75
    ESI: -1.6
    ESE: -1.7

    Functions:

    Ni: 1.5
    Ne: 0.9
    Ti: 0.7
    Te: 0.2
    Se: -0.2
    Si: -0.3
    Fe: -1.2
    Fi: -1.3
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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    And I still don't have any idea what "central - peripheral" and "ascending - descending" reinins are. ffs
    Central = Beta and Gamma, Ni/Se, peripheral = Alpha and Delta, Ne/Si
    Ascending = merry (Alpha & Beta), descending = serious (Gamma & Delta)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    Central = Beta and Gamma, Ni/Se, peripheral = Alpha and Delta, Ne/Si
    Ascending = merry (Alpha & Beta), descending = serious (Gamma & Delta)
    From where did you pull those? I remember reading about central / peripheral somewhere gulenko related(centrals are those who prefer to be in the centre right? If so, B / G is spot on for centralists), but Ascending / Descending, lol? Don't remember even passing by that one anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    From where did you pull those? I remember reading about central / peripheral somewhere gulenko related(centrals are those who prefer to be in the centre right? If so, B / G is spot on for centralists), but Ascending / Descending, lol? Don't remember even passing by that one anywhere.
    From here http://www.socioniko.net/rus/index.p...oznost-gulenko
    Just the way Talanov chose to verbalise those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    From here http://www.socioniko.net/rus/index.p...oznost-gulenko
    Just the way Talanov chose to verbalise those.
    Yes, it was something related to gulenko and talanov! Thanks! I should comment my results now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    And I still don't have any idea what "central - peripheral" and "ascending - descending" reinins are. ffs
    Central refers to decisive (gamma/beta) and peripheral to reasonable (alpha/delta)

    I have no idea about ascending/descending either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satan View Post
    You're like my PoLR opposite.

    You sure you're EII?
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    ^ lmao

    edit: jesus 160 questions. And google translate sucks here. Probably not going to do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chips and underwear View Post
    You're like my PoLR opposite.

    You sure you're EII?


    The EII-iest

    Compassion shoots from his eyes like laser beams.


    "When I ought to be thinking of heaven he will nail me to earth"

     







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    My F is off the charts.
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    can someone translate the IEs in the graph for me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suz View Post
    can someone translate the IEs in the graph for me?
    They are using the one letter abbreviationis for the IEs.

    From left to right, they are:
    Ni
    Ne
    Si
    Se
    Ti
    Te
    Fi
    Fe
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    I got: SLI, ILI, LII, EII, ESI, LSI, SEI, LSE, IEI, LIE, ESE, ILE, SLE, IEE, EIE, SEE

    Top functions were Si, Ti, and Ni. Lowest were Se and Fe.

    I'd say my results are pretty accurate.

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