|Aug. 13th, 2006 11:12 am The Inspector|
No big surprise here... Though I don't think I'm quite as traditional and unflexible ("you can also be unwilling to examine or embrace alternative points of view") as this stereotype suggests...
| ISTJ - The Inspector|
You scored 0% I to E, 73% N to S, 85% F to T, and 31% J to P!
| Your type is known as the inspector, and the single word that describes your is superdependable. You also belong to the larger group of guardians. You look carefully at the people and institutions around you and notice every last detail. You feel it is up to you to make sure those around you uphold certain standards of attitude and conduct. You are down to earth, with a distaste for fanciful things. You prefer things practical to new-fangled. Your word is your bond. You have no problem with detail. You share your type with 10% of the population.|
As a romantic partner, you are dependable and predictable. You usually like things done in very specific ways. You tend to appreciate tradition, and you work hard to achieve goals. You have trouble sharing your feelings, though. In your eagerness to be organized and productive, you can also be unwilling to examine or embrace alternative points of view. You like to be appreciated for your practical contributions, your common sense, and the efforts you make to keep your life on track. You like to be thanked often, both informally and formally and are most likely to be upset when your partner forgets a tradition you hold dear, such as an anniversary.
Your group summary: Guardians (SJ)
Your Type Summary: ISTJ
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| My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
|You scored higher than 0% on I to E|
|You scored higher than 91% on N to S|
|You scored higher than 90% on F to T|
|You scored higher than 19% on J to P|
|Date:||August 14th, 2006 01:45 am (UTC)|| |
I took several of these over the years. Despite the claim that results should be consistant, I had wildly varying results depending on the situation when I took them.
Which is not to say that they're not useful, they are. But they are situational, and one should be careful to apply the result only when the situations are the same.