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    Quote Originally Posted by glam View Post
    @Kore is there a link to where the test is from? i'd like to be able to see how the results are calculated.
    I will explain how to calculate results on your own, without the excel chart, just a bit later


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    @Nyx (too many spaces but I fixed it... there will be less time for others this morning )

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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    With that said, I think I missed one. I hate these messy forms-I had a neat 1.-100. form filled out with words and everything, it was quite nice. 4 at the end is for "Free" btw(I say this because I think that I messed up around 55 or so) and idk explanation is "madcap", so... .
    Then redo it properly.Madcap = reckless or impulsive person


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    Then redo it properly.Madcap = reckless or impulsive person
    Oh god, no. Let me double check my previous post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    Then redo it properly.Madcap = reckless or impulsive person
    Ok, I've fixed it. I accidentally deleted the answer to smart(#58) before. It is fixed now. I'll just try to see if other answers fit(I edited some 2s).

    edit: everything checks out. Feel free to score it.
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    Too mean to be IEI, not responsible enough to be EII.
    Projection is ordinary. Person A projects at person B, hoping tovalidate something about person A by the response of person B. However, person B, not wanting to be an obejct of someone elses ego and guarding against existential terror constructs a personality which protects his ego and maintain a certain sense of a robust and real self that is different and separate from person A. Sadly, this robust and real self, cut off by defenses of character from the rest of the world, is quite vulnerable and fragile given that it is imaginary and propped up through external feed back. Person B is dimly aware of this and defends against it all the more, even desperately projecting his anxieties back onto person A, with the hope of shoring up his ego with salubrious validation. All of this happens without A or B acknowledging it, of course. Because to face up to it consciously is shocking, in that this is all anybody is doing or can do and it seems absurd when you realize how pathetic it is.

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    I tried to do this twice. Both times got distracted and lost my place. I have to do it when more focused. I wish there was a fill in form version.

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    Would you mind giving a download link to the spreadsheet?

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    Default and on that day, she turned into a girl uptight about proper definitions...

    *ahem*

    mad·cap
    ˈmadˌkap/

    adjective
    adjective: madcap; adjective: mad-cap

    1.
    amusingly eccentric.
    "a surreal, madcap novel"
    synonyms: zany, eccentric, unconventional

    "a madcap comedy"
    done or thought up without considering the consequences; crazy or reckless.
    "some madcap money-making scheme"
    synonyms: reckless, rash, foolhardy, foolish, harebrained, wild, hasty, imprudent, ill-advised; More
    informalcrazy, crackpot, crack-brained
    "a madcap scheme"

    noun
    noun: madcap; plural noun: madcaps; noun: mad-cap; plural noun: mad-caps

    1.
    an eccentric person.

    synonyms: eccentric, crank, madman/madwoman, maniac, lunatic; oddity, character;
    informalcrackpot, oddball, weirdo, loony, nut, fruit loop, screwball, loon
    "she was a boisterous madcap"

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    And be honest with yourself

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    @Galen only reads first post ---> strong p

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    Quote Originally Posted by inumbra View Post
    *ahem*

    mad·cap
    ˈmadˌkap/

    adjective
    adjective: madcap; adjective: mad-cap

    1.
    amusingly eccentric.
    "a surreal, madcap novel"
    synonyms: zany, eccentric, unconventional

    "a madcap comedy"
    done or thought up without considering the consequences; crazy or reckless.
    "some madcap money-making scheme"
    synonyms: reckless, rash, foolhardy, foolish, harebrained, wild, hasty, imprudent, ill-advised; More
    informalcrazy, crackpot, crack-brained
    "a madcap scheme"

    noun
    noun: madcap; plural noun: madcaps; noun: mad-cap; plural noun: mad-caps

    1.
    an eccentric person.

    synonyms: eccentric, crank, madman/madwoman, maniac, lunatic; oddity, character;
    informalcrackpot, oddball, weirdo, loony, nut, fruit loop, screwball, loon
    "she was a boisterous madcap"
    madcap

    (ˈmædˌkæp)adj1. impulsive, reckless, or lively

    n2. an impulsive, reckless, or lively person

    I don't go that far



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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
     


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    And be honest with yourself

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    Please change the format...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    Would you mind giving a download link to the spreadsheet?
    I don't like the idea.
    PS Now it's linked anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    I will explain how to calculate results on your own, without the excel chart, just a bit later
    lol, there's no reason to make people wait - it's not like you created this test


    here's an English version of the spreadsheet, for anyone interested (uploaded on Dropbox). the translation of some terms are slightly different from Kore's OP. the spreadsheet gives you detailed results for each sociotype, as well as the other graphs. if you already filled this out, you'll just need to copy and paste your answers.

     
    the original test seems to come from this this thread on Socioforum.su. the original test required manual calculation, and then another poster later created the spreadsheet for easier calculating and to provide graphed results. the original Russian spreadsheet can be downloaded here (the link is safe).
    Last edited by glam; 10-12-2015 at 08:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    I don't like the idea.
    If it's better for you, I can put your terms in glam's copy so that it's 1-to-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by glam View Post
    lol, there's no reason to make people wait - it's not like you created this test


    here's an English version of the spreadsheet, for anyone interested (uploaded on Dropbox). the translation of some terms are slightly different from Kore's OP. the spreadsheet gives you detailed results for each sociotype, as well as the other graphs. if you already filled this out, you'll just need to copy and paste your answers.

     
    the original test seems to come from this this thread on Socioforum.su. the original test required manual calculation, and then another poster later created the spreadsheet for easier calculating and to provide graphed results. the original Russian spreadsheet can be downloaded here (the link is safe).
    I did not say I created it. I wanted to see statistics before people can do on their own; it was sort of experiment. Okay now it failed (not enough data to analyse) so does not make sense to continue


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    I did not say I created it. I wanted to see statistics before people can do on their own; it was sort of experiment. Okay now it failed (not enough data to analyse) so does not make sense to continue
    okay, but i don't really understand why withholding the original spreadsheet is necessary for you to obtain and analyze the statistics - all you have to do is explain this and ask people for the data. pretty sure most people here would be happy to post their answers for this reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glam View Post
    okay, but i don't really understand why withholding the original spreadsheet is necessary for you to obtain and analyze the statistics - all you have to do is explain this and ask people for the data. pretty sure most people here would be happy to post their answers for this reason.
    Reason N 1: I did not create the test, so I wasn't sure I could share the spreadsheet itself.
    Reason N 2, more valid than the first one : I don't know how to do it
    I was going to post the manual calculation. But anyways as said, does not make sense anymore.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    madcap

    (ˈmædˌkæp)adj1. impulsive, reckless, or lively

    n2. an impulsive, reckless, or lively person

    I don't go that far

    oh dear, two definitions. well, i was using the one i liked in my post.

    (that was meant to be all childish btw. it's my character for this day of forum posting. because i've lost my mind.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aylen View Post
    I tried to do this twice. Both times got distracted and lost my place. I have to do it when more focused. I wish there was a fill in form version.

    Haha this happened to me three times. I gave up and came back to it later

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    wow, I filled it in, edited the 2s and got:

    ESE 11,64%
    ESI 11,7%

    GO TO HELL!

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    Default i feel like someone getting multiple facial surgeries in the hopes of looking better.

    i've been slowly altering my results to create something more perfect, with this new translation

    Si - 55%
    Te - 55%
    Fi - 60%
    Se - 43%
    Ni - 55%
    Fe - 70%
    Ti - 60%
    Ne - 73%

    ILE 5.31%
    SEI 11.48%
    ESE 3.64%
    LII 10.89%
    EIE 3.64%
    LSI 4.82%
    SLE 3.11%
    IEI 11.48%
    SEE 3.11%
    ILI 7.89%
    LIE 2.86%
    ESI 4.82%
    LSE 2.86%
    EII 10.89%
    IEE 5.31%
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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    wow, I filled it in, edited the 2s and got:

    ESE 11,64%
    ESI 11,7%

    GO TO HELL!
    And the original version was showing only ESE, by far the only leader.
    That's why I wanted to post the calculation later.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    Ok, let's do this! Only 100 units(I once answered 360!):

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    3
    1
    3
    1
    3
    3
    0
    1
    0
    3
    0
    3
    1
    4
    3
    0
    1
    0
    1
    4
    1
    1
    1
    3
    1
    4
    After filling it out with these values(and editting the 2s ofc), I got:

    Fi 63%
    Fe 63%
    Si 58%
    Se 48%
    Ti 45%
    Te 30%
    Ni 30%
    Ne 25%

    I 38%
    J 58%

    E 63%
    P 43%

    ESE 18,18%
    ESI 9,61%
    SEE 9,35%
    LSE 8,73%
    SEI 8,06%
    EIE 7,06%
    LSI 6,92%
    SLE 5,68%
    IEE 4,92%
    IEI 4,21%
    EII 3,89%
    LIE 3,39%
    ILE 2,99%
    LII 2,8%
    SLI 2,75%
    ILI 1,44%

    ...ok!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kore View Post
    And the original version was showing only ESE, by far the only leader.
    That's why I wanted to post the calculation later.
    I obviously know that now. Hey! At least it is a SF . It could've been far worse like some...SeTi or something.

    Am I really so mellow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    Am I really so mellow?
    "mellow" isn't a word that comes to mind when i think of ESE, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by glam View Post
    "mellow" isn't a word that comes to mind when i think of ESE, lol
    Do I seem like one(also which word is it)? *

    *rectified

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaein View Post
    Haha this happened to me three times. I gave up and came back to it later
    I tried again last night and gave up. I am a little sick today though and even less focused. I did the spreadsheet. It was easy but I did it quickly and used more twos than I probably should. I will do it again when I feel better.


    Edit: Update, no longer sick, clear-headed. I made some choices on some of those twos but still balance on j/p but I am also pretty close in MBTI too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nondescript View Post
    Do I seem like one(also which word is it)? *

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    your ESI self-typing makes sense to me, i don't really have an opinion though. but no matter what your type is, you really do not seem "mellow."

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