and who are you?
I personally hate on-line tests.
1) To reveal one's type you need to see him/her, see his/her reaction to the questions - a person may be saying "Maths? Ha! I loved maths at school. I'm hand-and-glove with everything that involves using one's wits and logic!.. bla... bla..." - and squeesing his/her hands, griping teeth or otherwise showing how unpleasant it is to answer this question.
2) A person may judge about him/herself mistakenly
3) A person may have a mask
4) efery new information must be checked many times before making a conclusion - on-line tests never offer that.
But many people strive to know their type no matter how probable a mistake can be... so for them - http://www.socionics.com/sta/sta-1-r.html?0:::
About Math. Person could know Math, but after investigation of her type they find out that shes ISFP and her math teacher was her dual, ENTP. Dual can teach you everything. 8)
For me, the best teacher is definitely Identity.
I do learn a lot of things from Duals as well, but it's mostly through osmosis, not through explanation.
If a shoe
don't fit, it ain't your shoe
best teachers are in your quadra definitely. i agree with that.
The Socionics Type Assistant at socionics.com was the first test i took. And it was accurate for me. I did had my turn of doubt, but then whitin time, as i was learning more theory, it was clear i was nothing else than what i am.
That's actually true.
That's why it's not really accurate to be typed by someone online.
And i hate people typing me as someone else I'm not. :/
Like saying.. No! You're not a type *! You're a type *!
Then I'll respect, and read what's type * is about.. And then it's so not me..
He just based it upon my "statements" thats has something else to say.
a two horned unicorn renegade