Thursday, August 26, 2004

INFP

When I was a sophomore in high school, I took my very first Myers-Briggs Personality test, and at that time was an INFP (introverted, intuituve, feeling, perceiving).
When I was given the test again toward the end of my first year of medical school, things had changed and I tested as more of an INTJ (introverted, intuituve, thinking, judging).
Happily, I can now report that I am back to my more INFP ways.
This may just sound like a bunch of blah blah blah, but it is cool to ttake the test and then to see what other "famous" people share your personality type.
So, I am pleased to say that as an INFP, I now join the ranks of none other than:
Mary, the Virgin Mother of Jesus.

To take you own Myers-Briggs test, go to:
http://similarminds.com/myers-briggs-jung.html
enter your gender, and on the box for mbti type, select "unknown"
This is a real test that is used by psychologists, counselors, and lots of other people who try to figure other people out, so it isn't just a hoax.

Again, I repeat, I am just like the Virgin Mary.
The question is: how did they manage to give Mary this personality test?


6 comments:

abby said...

hail virgin mary!
i love the mamas!

Anonymous said...

EMILY, I TOTALLY UNDERSTAND HOW YOU COULD HAVE COME BY THIS PERSONALITY.....THE APPLE DOES NOT FALL FAR FROM THE TREE! LOVE, MOM

Anonymous said...

EMILY, I KNEW IT, I JUST TOOK THE TEST. I, TOO, AM AN INFP. MOM

Beautiful_Stranger said...

Hey, what'dya know! I'm an INFP too! Less than 5% population are in this category. Get used to it. We're rare!

fiat124girl said...

Thanks for the link to the test. Those are always interesting. I am a ESFP (Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiveing) but I tied between Sensing & Intuitive.

Your cousin, Jennifer!

Mary said...

Hi! I just read your post about being an INFP. I am the same thing, always have been. Very artsy, hate science, etc! But guess what? I am going to med school too! It is finally good to hear someone else is a little off the beaten path.

I don't resemble many of the other premed students... Good luck to you! All the best!

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