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Old 06-25-2010, 09:55 AM   #81
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Thanks to Martha for posting the personality poll. I voted in it recently, but that didn't bring it up into the recently active pages. I tried to post to it, but it is too old.
Maybe one of the mods can allow posting on it again so that it will pop to the top of the list when folks post to it?
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Old 06-25-2010, 09:58 AM   #82
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IP, you can check the box under the reply area acknowledging it is an old thread and it will allow you to post. That will also change the thread status to current.
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Old 06-25-2010, 12:31 PM   #83
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I am ISTJ. I am glad I am in the early retire group, but ISTJ sounds a bit uptight and critical.... Oh well, as long as I retire early...
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Old 06-26-2010, 07:57 PM   #84
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INTJ, who once tested as an ISTJ (the N is a very low tendency).

As an INTJ who often feels underrepresented in the community at large, it is good to be here!
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Wow. Lots of INTJs here.

I'm one too.
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Was required to take the test twice, at B-school and at a company off-site (13 years apart) and they came out the same ... INTJ.

I felt vaguely uncomfortable that the test was being taken very seriously by the administrators. I recall being one of only two INTJs in maybe 100 attendees at the company retreat.
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Was required to take the test twice, at B-school and at a company off-site (13 years apart) and they came out the same ... INTJ.

I felt vaguely uncomfortable that the test was being taken very seriously by the administrators. I recall being one of only two INTJs in maybe 100 attendees at the company retreat.
Sounds about right to me. INTJs make up about 2% percent of the general population—unlike here at E-R where only the ISTJs come close to matching our numbers, we're twice as frequent as ISTPs, and slightly outnumber the other 13 types put together (based on an unscientific sample, namely the results of Martha's Personality Poll).
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