I got INFJ
Introvert(67%) iNtuitive(25%) Feeling(38%) Judging(22%)
- You have distinctive preference of Introversion over Extraversion (67%)
- You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (25%)
- You have moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking (38%)
- You have slight preference of Judging over Perceiving (22%)
Out of curiousity, some famous INFJ's: Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Robert Burns, Billy Crystal
Some fictionial INFJ's: Luke Skywalker, Tinman (Wizard of Oz)
Surprise, surprise: recommended careers include Actor, Writer, Entrepreneur, Counselor, Teacher, Psychologist, Photographer, Religious Worker (we'll stay away from that though). Psychology has been an interest I've been unable to act upon, I love writing, I have both taught and counselled already, I like acting (just as a small-group hobby thing though, not for a career), and I've wanted to get into photography for a long time. People keep telling me to be an entrepreneur, but of course you need a good idea and that doesn't interest me at the moment. Basically, I should theoretically do best in jobs that allow me to explore my creativity. Go figure.
This type is described as "deep and complex" (isn't everybody deep and complex though like seriously). Driven by strong values, and seek out meaning in all areas of life. Innate ability to understand other's feelings. Can seem extroverted due to their interest in people and society (that actually describes me really well). I have been told I'm a good listener IRL, although my inability to keep my attention on a text chat means I'm less than sub-par with this online. INFJ's have a talent for language (orly) and are good at expressing themselves out on paper (my teachers continuously tell me I'm excellent at this and that my writing is beautiful... woooo). Quiet and sensitive, but can be good listeners - but if they don't take an overt leadership role, they often act as quiet influencers behind the scenes (man these people KNOW ME HERE).
They prefer to study subjects involving abstract theories and ideas rather than concrete facts and information (which explains my total disinterest in mathematics and the natural sciences). They enjoy learning about people, society, literature, and art. Can be difficult to get to know because they are reserved and quiet, and place a high value on close, deep relationships. They can be hurt easily, but often hide this from others.
All of the above matches me, but this does not: usually get good grades. Then again, I did get high grades in my literature courses, and the film course, so my low marks in biology and math probably just have to do with my supreme dislike of them?
Anyway, this has been quite the exploration of my personality. It fits me like a glove. Or a sock, socks are better than gloves.
(Unless it's summer in which care no socks)