the most common misconception here is that ENTPs are these huge slackers. People think they are bad in school, don't get far in life, aren't high achievers, not motivated, can't finish anything, etc etc etc.
That is completely false. Most of the ENTPs I know are very well educated and accomplished. Posters are wrong when they say ENTPs don't get things done. That's simply not true, and can apply to any and all types.
Just for example; here is my Psyche teachers profile. He's a hardcore ENTP. I blanked out some words and numbers because I dont want to give personal info out. But just to give you an idea:
A graduate of the University of _, Tony is currently a full-time professor of philosophy and human relations at _ College in _, _,Canada. In addition to holding degrees in psychology and philosophy, he is a certified reality therapist and enneagram teacher offering workshops and consultations as a behaviour education specialist. Tony has a particular interest in the therapeutic applications of philosophical wisdom and in spiritual, transpersonal psychologies dealing with ego function -- particularly the account given in A Course in Miracles. He is the author of Moral Philosophy for Modem Life (Prentice Hall, 1998), Mastering Human Relations 2/e (Prentice Hall, 1999), Moral Philosophy: Theories, Skills and Applications and an introductory textbook to be published in 2001 entitled, Exploring Philosophy. Tony has been listed in "Who's Who in the Humanities" and in "Profiles in Business and Management: An International Directory of Scholars and Their Research "published by the Harvard Business School. He can be contacted by e-mail at _ or by telephone at _