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Erik Thor's MBTI personality test

What is your personality type?

August 2020 Edition

My MBTI Personality Test will help you find out what type of hero you really are. I use this 16 personalities test to help people find out what personality type best matches their values and cognitive functions. Unlike most tests, I do not care about how you act or behave. I am more interested in who you want to be and what your most ideal version of yourself is.

Firstly, personality psychology can help you become more self-aware. Secondly, you can use it to make better decisions that will make you a happier and more fulfilled person. Finally, I believe my personality types can also help you find personal growth. Make better decisions in your career and in your relationships. Build a lifestyle that will put you in a state of flow. So what is your personality type?

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I developed this test with inspiration from the NJTI-4. The NJTI-4 is a test built on modern discoveries in neuroscience and personality psychology.

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1.I enjoy investigating elaborate concepts and theories
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2.I find parties and events overwhelming
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3.I like to focus on helping and supporting other people
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4.I don't enjoy discussions and arguments
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5.I like to reflect on my own situation and feelings
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6.I find competitive environments discouraging
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7.I like to research and develop concepts and theories
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8.I find multitasking stressful
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9.I like to investigate and test new patterns and theories
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10.I dislike having to narrow down my options
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11.I like to take charge and make responsible decisions
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12.I like to lead people through projects
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13.I am good at dissecting arguments and ideas
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14.I don't like to see things from other's perspectives
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15.I like to organise and plan my days and events
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16.I struggle to adjust to new and different things
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17.I like having a consistent routine
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18.I find new and unusual things difficult to deal with
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19.I enjoy talking about my values and beliefs
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20.I don't like managing or leading other people
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21.I like to learn about other's perspectives
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22.I don't like to have to explain my thought process
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23.I like to do things fast, making decisions on my feet
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24.I find it hard to sit down and focus on a long-term project
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25.I enjoy physical activity and exercise
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26.I find it hard to sit down and wait
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27.I enjoy decision-making and prioritisation
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28.I find emotional attachments and commitments stressful
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29.I enjoy challenges and far-reaching goals
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30.I don't like to explain my personal feelings
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31.I find it easy to come up with new ideas and to make changes
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32.I find it hard to maintain self-discipline and consistency
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126 thoughts on “Erik Thor’s MBTI Personality Test”

  1. The test was good but I feel like there should have been separation between certain questions such as (and I can’t fully remember) I am good at challenges and be very logical. This isn’t the real agree/disagree. But it’s like answering two different questions. I found this frustrating because I only wanted half of that choice. Watching the 15 differences to figure out INFP/INFJ, I most definitely identify with INFP. But I wonder and have tested many times as an INFP. I’m definitely a rebel and I definitely don’t like organizing etc. I can’t stand being a leader (except inside I’m thinking “if they would try this?”) there’s a book, somewhat informal, called “what type am I?” that had more of a breakdown. I don’t understand why I keep trying to figure it out but maybe I did. Thank you so much Erik for all you do and all the work you put into this topic! I love your expressions and I love your videos’

  2. This quiz said I’m an ENFP; I’m the most stereotypical INTP in existence.

    Also, and not to be rude, but this site runs like garbage on my PC and the Assertive/Turbulent divide makes this whole quiz seem like a worse version of 16Personalities.

  3. INFP- Interesting result. I’ve tested several types over the past 5 or so years since I got into it.
    I was consistently INFJ during a time of midlife/existential crisis and significant growth.
    I then was in the INTJ camp for a while, though I lacked the long term planning aspect. I believe that came largely from my father (ESTJ I believe) and was more of a false self or ego component in the past.
    For the last year or so, it’s been most INTP, which I believe to be my most likely type for a number of reasons
    It’s also interesting that I typed assertive here. My wife will tell you that I’m the least assertive person in the world and I’ve always assumed turbulence was a core component of my self. I am almost always very high neurotic on big 5 tests. I wonder how much my own perceptions at a given time will influence my results and whether I’m forcing certain things. I try to be more objective as i learn myself better but my lack of sense of self (I’ve long thought BPD though never diagnosed) makes me question everything always in all situations of life.

  4. Oh dear. Your test types me as ENFP and I hate to say it but it’s so wrong. I’m an ISTP! I’ve got quite a bit of F in me, for sure, but I’m very very much an introvert and a sensor. I’d be interested in finding out your methodology because I’m quite baffled by my results!

  5. every other online MBTI i’ve ever taken, and i’ve taken A LOT over the years, has typed me as IxTx. yours typed me as INFJ. i don’t know if all the others are wrong, or your site is inverting the T/F and P/J scores. i feel that the case is the latter as, as i understand it, INFJs are supposed to have a seemingly supernatural ability to understand others and counsel them, and… i have pretty tough time understanding people or guessing whats up with them so…

    1. actually the problem is that the way the Thinking v Feeling questions are phrased i can’t agree with the Thinking responses cos i feel that the logic i employ is so poor, so riddled with fallacies (probably), it doesn’t count as logic. also it’s exceedingly rare for me to be able to pick apart others’ arguments, to spot fallacies. but i know i’m not a Feeling type cos i couldn’t begin to describe what my values are or what others’ values are, i’ve got no clue either way.

  6. I tested as an ENFP-A here and that is the glow up that really matters for me! From being an ENFP-T to ENFP-A is the best glow up I have! I’m just confused because my Extroverted Feeling is greater than my Introverted Feeling. And I’ve realized that my shadow functions are actually stronger than the main 4 ones I have. Can someone fully explain this? So that hearing your opinions and thoughts will make me realize things more.

    Extroverted Intuition (Ne) – 77.5
    Extroverted Feeling (Fe) – 72.5
    Introverted Feeling (Fi) – 60
    Extroverted Sensing (Se) – 55
    Introverted Intuition (Ni) – 45
    Extroverted Thinking (Te) – 40
    Introverted Thinking (Ti) – 27.5
    Introverted Sensing (Si) – 22.5

    They say that Introverted Sensing dominants are good at remembering details or they are good in History? But I think that I’m really good in History or anything related about that. Politics, countries and their traditions etc. Well It’s because I’m really interested in that matter to the point I studied and thoroughly researched and bought 10 books related to that. I’m just really confused HAHAHAHAHAHA! Or is that just I’m good at that one part and all the other that is left is a meh? Which is indeed for me! HAHAHAHAHAHA!

    1. I keep on scoring as ENFJ in all these tests. But I know, I am ENFP all the way. I score 98% openness minded. Your test types me as less extroverted than I truly am.

  7. Ha, INFP again (the seventh time now). Also, I love how the result also shows me my other functions’ scores, my Te and Si is really bad!

    But I guess finally relax and safely call myself a true INFP without any doubts!

    Thank you so much, Erik <3

    1. Hello.
      51,25% for introversion and perceiving
      75% Fe,
      72,5% Fi,
      72,2% Ne,
      55% Ni,
      27,5% Te,
      25% Ti
      – got Enfj hmm

  8. ENTP-T? I am not Extraverted, though. I am sure I am Introverted. Your test is very interesting, but your Big Five test seems more accurate to me. Both the official MBTI and Keirsey assessed me as an INTP.

    1. ENTPs are not very stereotypically extroverted, to make things more complicated. INTPs are some of the most stereotypically introverted, while ENTPs are more ambiverted. The official MBTI and Keirsey focuses more on stereotypical extroversion and is more behavioralist, my test is more focused on your values. That means, your values and cognitive functions may be Ne, while your behaviour is more I.

        1. Gert-Jan ten Ham

          According to my results, my cognitive functions are quite unbalanced (?):

          Ne, Ni and Ti: 100
          Fi and Te: 50
          Fe, Se and Si: 0.

          How should I interpret this? Furthermore, my letter code:

          I: 56,25
          N: 100
          T: 75
          P: 68,75
          T: 56,25.

  9. My result was INTJ. Not surprising 😉 I couldn’t tell how many times I did mbti tests online. It was always INTJ.

    However, there are 2 things I didn’t quite understand:

    1. Why did I find Si in my results (67%) although I was typed as an INTJ? Si is a shadow function in INTJ’s stack.
    2. The same thing goes for Fe (65%). Fe is a shadow function as well for the INTJs.

    It is usually said that these shadow functions only appear when you’re under stress. I’m not 100% convinced by that, though. My theory would relate more to the results of your test. But it’s just a theory. That’s why I’d like to understand why I found Si and Fe in my result.

    I’d love to hear what you all think.

    And thanks for your research and work in this field. Keep up the good work.

    1. Shadow functions play a bigger role in the psyche than people think– for example, INTJs tend to have very high Ti.

      Si is a bit of an anomaly and not so common in INTJs, it is more common in INTJs who are in an autopilot state.

      I’m also surprised by your Fe result, but– it should be said — INTJs have strong Fe just without the F emotionality. That means, INTJs are generally good at influencing people and following social protocol (compared to say INTPs) but just without being emotionally invested in these protocols. This is because INTJs are very conscientious.

  10. My result was ENTP, which is somewhat accurate. Although there is an inaccuracy in the way you handle differentiation between introversion and extraversion, that is the conflation of conscientiousness into the metric, where as, MBTI introversion/extraversion correlates to extraversion/positive emotionality in Big Five. As such, my actual MBTI, following common sense on the meaning, and weight, of sociality in regard to introversion/extraversion is INTP. I honestly, think you should fix this, despite it probably being your intent with “helping people be who they want to be”, as it misrepresents actual MBTI and Big Five correlates.

  11. I got 51/100 in almost everything lol.. typed me as ENTP-A but I think I’m ENFP 🙂

    I’m always in the middle though!! Very hard for tests to type me.

    1. Avoid choosing the middle option when taking personality tests, try your best to make a positive statement. If this is difficult for you, consider:

      * There is a difference between being able to relate to something and possessing a characteristic
      * There is a difference between finding a personality trait positive and actually having that personality trait
      * Think about how you would feel doing said activity for a longer time — anyone can enjoy anything for a few minutes, but consider what drains your energy, motivation, and what causes you stress.

      Hope this helps!

      Get coaching at https://www.erikthor.com/coaching for help to verify your type.

  12. After taking your test and watching this video, I believe I have finally realized that I am an ENFP with very strong INFP parts of me. Is that possible? I’m extroverted but also like and need a lot of alone time to be with myself. I am not a manic pixie dream girl most of the time, but I can be that way at random times and I’m okay with that. We all have to let go and dance, laugh and sing… otherwise why be alive :D. BTW… I truly enjoy watching your videos Erik. You’re very interesting. Thank you for being out there.

    1. Thanks Doreen, and thank you for becoming a patron! ??

      ENFPs are not extroverted in the stereotypical sense of the word

      * ENFPs direct their attention to new ideas and patterns and understanding mysteries, they are mainly mentally inclined and want to figure out rather than experience hands-on.

      ESFPs are the more extroverted types of ENFPs as they are more adventurious and more about experiencing life directly. ☀️

    1. I got entj, I see why it says that to be honest kinda predicted that. I’m an enfp though, I just really prioritise TE. So maybe that’s where it came from. Anyway good test.

  13. I got ENFJ for the first time. I have always typed INFP online and reading about infp it really make sense to me and I identified with it. I am a little suprised to have gotten ENFJ on this test and I felt like I answer really honest here. I got the totally oposite. what does it mean.

  14. In the new test I keep on getting ENFP, but I am pretty confident I am an introvert and I got typed as an INFP in almost all the previous tests here and also on other websites…

  15. I won’t say Erik’s test results turned my world upside down but it certainly gave me food for thought. It assessed me as an ENTP when I’ve thought for a considerable time that I am an INTJ. Wow! I’ll have to think about this some more.

  16. This is great. Like in 2014, I knew I was an INFJ before I even took the 16personalities.com test that year then and it just confirmed my MBTI as INFJ-T. Here I got INFJ A/T. So yeah, this is a great work my fellow INFJ Erik.

  17. This is the first time I’ve gotten ENFP-T which I’m definitely not. I’m an INTP-A and almost always get INTP on various tests over many years.

    This test seems to accurately pick out that I’m an intuitive type but the feeling-related questions might be oversensitive. My Fe is slightly developed but definitely not enough for me to be typed as a Feeler and definitely not an ENFP. There doesn’t seem to be much differentiation between the i/e versions of each n function.

    here are my results:
    https://www.erikthor.com/test/personality-test/1vqo9080f83015bf585bd2436efeb2695271/

  18. I got ENFP which i think is correct so that is good. But I really do not think the ideal partner for ENFPs are ISFPs. I mean an ENFP really need someone to voice their possibillities to. And they need someone who at least is open to change on a regular basis as a way of life. Being Ne vulnerable this way of life of the ENFP will be highly stressful for the ISFP as the ISFPs way of life will be similarly stressful for the ENFP especially the ISFPs way of using force as a way of solving problems with their Se. Very few if any ENFPs will value this way of dealing with things. I mean an INFP will be a far better match than an ISFP. Also INTJ, ISTJ, INFJ will be good matches in my opinion. But ISFP….I see a great friendship as the best option between these two types. A realtionship can of course work but it is not the best match by far.

  19. Julie Randell

    Interesting test results. I enjoy and learn so much watching your youtube channel. Thanks so much!! Julie

  20. I got ENFP. 3 out of 4, I guess? (I usually test as INFP elsewhere, with the occasional INFJ result when I’m under a lot of stress.) The E is wildly inaccurate. I thought I saw a few questions with “and” that were actually two different questions within a single one, and I wasn’t quite sure how to answer those.

  21. ENTJ? That’s a surprise. If I had to choose between being alone and having company, I’d choose being alone anytime of the day.

  22. This test typed me accurately as INTP (not a surprise as I lean very strongly INTP), but my ideal partner is an ISTP? I don’t think so. In fact I could invert that to ENFJ and get a better recommendation. No offense to the sensors out there, most of you are good people, but y’all are shallow. An intuitive feeler would be my ideal partner, because we thinker types are shivering in the cold and need someone to come along and warm us up.

  23. After listening to this video- maybe I am an ENTP (rather than INTP)- I am a rebel, also always looking at potentials of people, insanely curious about the world and people specifically… hmmm

  24. I have confirmed my type many times as an INTP but on Eirk’s test I got ENTP. I have health problems so it’s hard to say if that has made my preference more introverted. I do agree that my values are more ENTP (I love to debate, implement new ideas, be creative) but my physical energy is INTP and when I am stressed I do feel rushed so yeah, I’m pretty sure I am INTP. It says my ideal partner is INFP, which are all very beautiful souls but I am passionately in love with an INFJ and it seems like we were made for each other- confirming my INTP type (golden couple). I don’t think I have the energy to be in a balanced romantic relationship with an INFP- we both would be reading too much poetry, debating the world’s problems and exploring theories so much that no house work would get done- I need my INFJ to keep me on track so I don’t diappear into my world of theories and ideas.

  25. Well I think it was way off for me. Maybe due to the fact that I kinda randomly answered in the direction I did for some questions, because I agreed or disagreed partially (depending on situation or interpretation). Anyway, I’ve taken a few other tests and watched/read many things which helped me decide whether I belonged to one type or other. So I’ve been used to consider myself an INFP. Introverted is the one thing Ive always been absolutely sure of. But this test calls me an ENFJ! No. Lol Not even close. ? I think, though , that it might have to do with the fact that I said I’m concerned about helping and understanding other people (or something like that)? That’s true. But I don’t think that makes me an extrovert.When I’m among other people, even close friends, I need to recharge for a couple of days by myself! Won’t even answer the phone if I can avoid it.

  26. I got ENTP despite being an INTP ??? Lol i fucking hate it when i have to stay in a group of 3 or more people, and it tiring me out

  27. I got ENTP and I’m an ENFP :’)
    But I’m a scientist, maybe career and having two scientific parents who taught me to apply the scientific method and use logic since I was a kid especially when making decisions it’s why I got this result 🙂 Good test nevertheless!

  28. I’ve taken many MBTI type tests and have always been typed INFP, this one was no different. I really appreciated that the questions were different from the standard Myers Briggs tests. I kind of think that it makes it harder to manipulate one’s answers (not that everyone does that), but I feel that when you have a type you think you are or want to be in mind, it’s easier to choose answers that will guide you to that result. That being said, I would say the accuracy of this test is high, if not spot on. 🙂

    1. I got infp on a different test yesterday and intj on this test. My introversion was at a 90 to 10 extroversion yesterday and I think 46 extroversion to 54 introversion with this test. Very interesting and I think some of these things very well depend on mood. I tend to feel like completely different people at different times. But overall very interesting and good to have more insight. I would never put down someone’s test. I only use multiple results for more insight into myself. I don’t think I could ever fully identify with one personality type. Nor am I using these test to identify with my true self. That’s what meditation is for!

  29. I’m not sure about the results of this test. I always get NF for all type tests I do and trying to work out if I am INFJ, ENFJ or ENFP. As I am borderline in I/E and the J/P dichotomies. I love people but can also be shy at times depending on who I am around.

  30. April 2020. As with all personality tests, I’m sceptical about the results, ever since I learned that they may not give the accurate type. With this test I got the ENTP. It might be possible, given that this test focus on the cognitive functions. Although, why limit the possibilities? This test is an interesting idea Erik, and I appreciate it. Thank you for creating it! Currently it will serve as complentary to the learning about my cognitive functions. There were some statements being difficult to answer. Number 13, 18 and 23, if I remember correctly, requiered quite some focus inwards. I tried interprete (well, a N – type thing to do) all the statements and options and see the correlation to the cognitive functions and guess possible test results.
    I had a friend fill in the test and that resulted in me being an INFP.
    Well, the human mind is fascinating, looking forward to learn more, no matter the type I might be.

  31. Vanessa Hutton

    Got ENFP when I’m an INFP, however I’m more of an ambivert and have a few times in my life had this result. But I know I relate to INFP on a consistent basis.

  32. Got ENFJ for the first time ever. Before, I’ve only ever gotten INTP in the official test with an instructor years ago (and INFP and strangely ISTJ once in 16 Personalities).
    Intuition seems to be what I enjoy doing the most and I’ve always identified as strongly intuitive, more so than knowing what other functions I lean towards. I’ve always thought I had very introverted hobbies and interests, but I still enjoy looking outwards to other people a lot and being around people, though critical and superficial people drain me. I love being around intelligent people but if they have no empathy or compassion I consider that a major deficiency.
    I come from a very strict family with what I think are introverted sensing parents and introverted feeling siblings and I never felt like I fitted in. Apart from that I was abused as a child and then scapegoated which I rebelled against and tried to protect others against, but it’s not in my nature to hate.

  33. Hey Erik, I landed on Intj and recently came to this conclusion myself. I thought I was an Infp then Infj. I didn’t even consider a NT type due to negative programming in childhood even though Ive tested as Intj once before. But once I started looking at it I definitely found myself resonating with the Intj functions and structure. A lot of things made sense. Thank You for all your work and investment into ridding the system of stereotypes.

  34. Hey Erik ! Thank you for the work you are doing. Human nature is such a deep complex mesmerizing part of the world. For the outter I tend to reflect on the why, why are they as they are, why not otherwise ? And for myself how, How can I have a better harmony between my deep core and my life.
    I am an INFP and got ENFP.

    Life would have been simpler if I was extroverted. Or would it really be ?

  35. In MBTI and Socionics, I would fall into the INFJ category, and in this test I got INTJ. I think the biggest difference I spotted in this system is how Si is treated. The description I read of Si seems to be more like a combination of Ti or Te in relation to the senses where as I have always understood Si to be more of how one is personally affected by the senses being more focused on the impact of the experience rather than where to go and what to do with that information. I also have had the hardest time understanding Si than any of the other functions, so I am not sure if this is an actual difference in the traditional understanding of what this function is and if so I’d be interested to see what led to this different understanding of Si. That said, I do like how this test does specify and explain points toward each function rather than just I over E, T over F, and N over S. It can be much more useful especially for people new to typology in understanding what their type really means in regard to them as individuals.

  36. I am ENFP but got ENTJ here. It’s true though that I’m a very goal-driven, ambitious ENFP. I guess it has to do with enneagrams too, and how I was raised.

  37. Well this is the first time I got ISTP .. On all the other tests I’ve made (and from the observations of those who know me), I always got INFJ. I’m really confused, honestly. I read the ISTP description and a lot of it fits, though.

  38. What great work you do Erik! I was thinking you might actually be an ISTJ and I answered the test as if I was you (unusual slant on this I know) and I got INFJ (turbulent)!. Then I answered the test as if I was me (haha, as if…), and I thought that I was answering differently as me to what I thought I answered as you (lol), and I got INFJ (flow)! And I invariably test as INFJ on other MBTI tests (save for a few anomalies). I had thought, when I got INFJ for you, that because of my different answers etc, I would not get the result for me being INFJ.

  39. This isn’t right, sorry. I am an N, not S, and that type description isn’t me at all. I don’t focus on the details of life, like leading or have skill with facts, numbers and figures. Maybe I answered wrong because I’m at work and I’m forced to be more S here? I have always gotten INFJ on other tests.

  40. I consider myself to be an ENFP but with this test came up as an ENTJ, so I looked up a bunch of stuff on ENTJs and I don’t think that’s what I am.

    1. I have come out infp at least 8 times on several different tests so I think I can verify that Eric Thors test is accurate!
      Thanks so much!

    2. First time i got INFJ on Mbti, but i mistyped myself and second time i got ENFP and that matches my personality much better! Here i got ENTP i aloso think alot i could be both…

  41. Since this test focuses more on cognitive functions (unlike the 16 personalities test) I think I got ENTJ instead of INTJ because of my neglected Fi and strong Te. But there’s no doubt I’m anything other then introverted.

  42. Chantel Heaven Marie

    I test as infj on your old test, as well as an in person evaluation 15 years ago…and every test since then. I still always in search for the absolute conclusion..am I really an infj?
    This is the very first test ive tested other wise…as an enfj. I am by no means an extrovert, as much as I long for deep connections…I truly desire to be alone (a contradiction I know) and easily overwhelmed by the world, I just want to approach every day as a sanctuary of peace….where everyone communicates telepathically. Haha.
    I just got quarantined because of covid 19..I wonder if this has altered my testing. Its the longest I’ve been completely isolated (happily) but I feel useless because I’m not being put to work, or having a purpose. My enneagram is 4w5. With my tritype being 459. …in socionics I tyoe as EIE
    I was raised in trauma, and was naturally isolated from creating friendships, bonds etc…maybe enfj is my true type and I just have a layer of social anxiety? Interesting….
    Thanks for your time.

  43. I have always been an INFJ and in this test I got ENFJ. I got 50% for the Introversion and Extroversion scale, but I am very much introverted. I know those two types have similar functions but I believe it has always been NiFe for me than FeNi.

  44. I am an ENTJ and scored ENTJ on this test.
    I have done other tests for each cognitive function percentage of use… This one seems to be the best one I’ve done.
    Although I see there are still some gaps to make some adjustments, maybe increasing the number of questions to better distinguish each cognitive function quality.
    I scored higher on Fe than Fi which I think it is an absurd. Fe is superficial and I hate superficial sentimentality that I can only see as a drag to cover the truth that I constantly watch people using just because it hurts their feelings. It’s a damned cognitive function for me that I brutally despise most of it’s qualities.
    Si was my lowest scored here although I do not feel as problematic with this function than with Fe. I really despise all the dogmatic thing of blindly following rules without a purpose not a reason. But I do catch myself sometimes a little interested in symbology.
    Amazing work… Erik Thor!!!

  45. I am certainly an ENTP but I consistently get ENFP. Is there a problem with measuring Fi and Ti? The other 16 personalities test on this site is more accurate, I think. You might want to check this Erik, thank you for putting in the effort.

  46. No matter which test I take, I’d always get INFP, but this test showed that I was an ENFP-T. Thank you Erik, because it makes so much more sense to me now. The reason I always saw myself as an INFP was because of social anxiety, but I always have loved socializing. Me being a Turbulent ENFP now motivates me to become more assertive.

  47. I got ENFJ even though I have always tested as INFP.. I feel more assertive and at peace with my self nowadays, because of more life experience, so that may explain the different result of this test. Last time I took the test was years ago.

  48. ive consistently tested as an ENFP but I tested an INTP. It may well be that my current way of wanting to approach the world has me leaning on different functions

  49. I’m an INFP and this test showed the same result! I’ve about 5 tests..and I identify with the Utopian type. When I take a close look at my profile, on all the cognitive functions, there’s just a slight preference for one over the other with percentages almost looking like 55-60%. I’ve heard this from people as well. They seem really confused about who I really am, since I very easily slip into the role of an extrovert, sensor, snd a thinker. Only with Perceiving function I have a strong preference! This test is pretty accurate! Thank you Erik! 🙂

  50. Me salió INFP, siempre me sale lo mismo, perdón por el español no tengo ganas de escribir en inglés *3*

  51. Simeon Atkinson

    https://www.erikthor.com/test/personality-test-new/1gjeb000794e9a5352fbaf71aa8760cb2974/

    I’m an ENFP for certain. I think it’s likely I’m a jumper Ne Te. And MF pc/b(s)
    But this is self diagnosis but I think reliable. I love your work, very encouraging and insightful. But I do like INFJ minds of course. Anyway… I’m trying to figure out my next career step, if I can be of any help to you in future let me know.

    Many thanks and appreciation,

    Simeon

  52. I am ISFP and I know that is absolutely correct for me (your last test gave me ISFP). I do sometimes test INFP, but I have Se/Ni for sure.
    This test gives me ENFP. I have exactly 50% on E/I and 51% on N/S, so perhaps I’ve misinterpreted a couple of questions.
    Just for your info. Keep up the great work.

  53. Okay I got ENTP! I’m glad because that’s the personality that seems to fit me the best.
    I always had a doubt and a rather important questioning about my personality, because I could feel very extroverted and initiating, well I often go to the others etc, for as much I always had a little bit of time alone which is necessary for me! I was wondering if I wasn’t another type of personality or what? But with this test I clearly got the answers I wanted, I’m 50% extroverted, I’m a living oxymoron clearly.

    Here’s my results tho : https://www.erikthor.com/test/personality-test-new/1gb53be2526921f6b4da279f7f7ea982555c/

  54. I got ENTP and I think that describes me pretty well. However, I did get 50/50 on a couple of the dichotomies so it could’ve said I was either INTP or ENFP if the scale had been rounded down instead of up. I did notice that the determination of my type based on my cognitive functions result was pretty accurate but I scored a little higher on Fi than I expected. I think I actually use more Fe than Fi in reality but then again, I’ve been studying typology for a little less than a year so I’m definitely no expert… yet.

  55. I got INFP, but have always strongly identified with ENFP, while knowing that I have been becoming more Introverted over the last few years as I went through a lot of changes and depression, anxiety, and eventually proper burnout developed. I’m on the path to recovery, but it doesn’t surprise me that I got a more introverted result, as I’ve been less open and engaging with others.

    Result: https://www.erikthor.com/test/personality-test-new/1g9rfd3f5791f2cf221e58faec8c31b9f9ce/

  56. In other tests I always score as an INFP but I score as an INFJ in your test. I used to score as an INFP-T, then an INFP-A and now an INFJ-A. Is it possible to change your type as you grow old?

  57. Daniela Mitsue Duarte Suguimoto Yazaki

    Got INTJ, but I am an INFJ…
    On Truity test, we can see our top 3 personality attached to us And I have done that test many times.
    There, I always get 1- INFJ; 2- INTJ and 3- ISTJ

  58. I don’t know, I got INFJ and I have always tested as INFP. It looked like I was right on the 50% mark on J/P, so I don’t know, but there was one question in particular that I think made my answer less INFPish. It had to do with enjoying thinking about large concepts and ideas. I do that, through my exploratory imagination but I think that was meant to identify INFJs. Sometimes the wording of a question is such that people can take it to have two similar meanings. I do believe I fit squarely in the INFP camp, but I see a lot of shadowish INFJ traits, like ghosts, under the surface. Interesting, to say the least.

    1. Heyy, the case went similar with me. In every other test taken, i am typed as an INFP, in the old Erik Thor’s test too, i was typed as an INFP, but this updated version typed me as an INFJ. Although, i could relate to INFJs, but i am an INFP, in general. I have been studying MBTI since two years, nd I am sure of being an INFP.

  59. Alena Zelenskaya

    Same , I got ISFP 2 times and on the variety tests I’ve taken before I got INFP. I’ve also studied MBTI for over 3 years Dude, something is wrong with your system . plus it doesn’t tell me how much more (or less) I am of one characteristic over the over.

    1. The test was being updated while you took it, it may have caused you to get 0 on every single scale. It is fixed now and updated and ready if you want to retry it.

  60. Intp, pretty accurate ( a considerable amount of useful info in the questions themselves it’s weird, i’ll use some of this to enhance my thinking patterns thanks) and you all should, you may be skipping something important.

    1. INFP, as always, on every test. I think it was easy to take, so much easier to understand than many MBTI tests.

    1. Same here. People need to realize that your type is only your preferred way to interact and make decisions. No one is going to fit into the cookie cut archetypes . Plus your mood which changes often, will also effect the way you answer the questions which will vary the results.

    1. Well… The confirmation that you are an S is when you constantly score S most of times despite scoring N sometimes.

  61. I don’t this is accurate, I keep getting isfj and Im an infj, I’ve been studying MBTI for a year now and I feel like I answered honestly. I know im in an info because I’ve looked at the cognitive functions and most infj videos I watch I can relate to.

    1. Yup.. i agree with you.. im infj but i got intj in this test… im totally not into intj.. just like you say… i know myself is more related to infj

        1. Hey! Age could be a factor! Erik T. talks about how much of the content that currently exists tends to look at and to describe a younger and less mature ENFP. He goes on to say that as ENFPs age we start to develop other parts of ourselves and we may test as (and begin to relate to) other types. I’ve been back in school for a few years now (I’m 35) and I typed as an ENTP on a test provided by my University. I chalked it up to my focus on and development of my thinking function. I’m still a feeler at my core ☺️

          1. At first I got infp but then i did it a second time. only this time i actually sat down and thought it through carefully and I answered more honestly cause there are some things I think is true about myself but it isn’t and I got intp. This test is pretty well done 🙂

    2. Got INFP. Though I’ve always related to INFPs, we can have trouble communicating. I’m an INTP. These are my results: https://www.erikthor.com/test/personality-test-new/1gf0d4152ab2ac8d042c546103c72b48e017/

      Notice the high Ti and Ne. Interesting that I scored high on Fi, as I have actively tried to develop my ability to analyze my emotions, but it’s still a struggle to know what I’m feeling most of the time. I’m not sure where I’m placed on A/T, but I always assumed I was turbulent.

    3. Same I’ve done multiple MBTI tests and had even asked others to used the CS Joseph type grid to type myself and all the results are ENTJ. But it keeps telling me I’m an ENTP

      1. I would not trust CS J. His ideas are too speculative even for typing area.
        Although any test in psychology or psycho-typng is not robust enough.

    4. This gave me INFJ. I’m aware I’m an infp though, however this outcome isn’t really due to an inaccuracy on your test. There’s always about 1%-2% between the J and the F. Same issue occurred with the Myers-Briggs test. I researched the cognitive functions and identified more with infp, however I may have to do further research, just to be sure. Either way, this test is sick.

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