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    https://socioniks.net/test/ For those who will need a translator (such as myself), I found that a mobile device was the most compatible.




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    He can personally type you in English for money, but he can’t have a readily available English translated version of this free test? Interesting, I see he’s a savvy businessman.
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    Yesenin (Intuitive Ethical, IEI)


    Basic Dichotomy

    Rationality 1 - Irrationality 16
    Extraversion 0 - Introversion 17
    Sensory 0 - Intuition 17
    Logic 7 - Ethics 10



    Wow, pretty stark results. I have noticed that over time my results on these tests only get clearer and clearer. I immediately see two reasons this could be so: The first, I become more and more clouded by some illusory conception type, or...
    the second, maybe when the tests are properly composed and the test taker properly interprets the questions the tests yield starker results. Maybe that one rationality point I got better testifies to my lack of comprehension of socionics than to idiosyncrasy, or it could be because the test maker lacks comprehension, or both.

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