Personality test scales

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The personality test has become popular because it assesses a person in four categories that people without a psychological background can understand:

  • how you perceive the world — extrovert (E) or introvert (I);
  • how you perceive information — sensory (S) or intuitive (N);
  • how you make decisions — thinking (T) or feeling (F);
  • according to the structure of your consciousness — rational (J) or irrational (P).

The combination of scales gives the designation of one of the 16 types of personality, for example:

The personality type — ISFJ. Is a person who:

  • I — focused on the inner world
  • S — values facts and specifics
  • F — trusts his feelings in making decisions
  • J — prefers a structured and planned life
  • The personality type — ENTP. Is a person who:

    • E — recharged with energy from new events, actions, and people
    • N — likes to work with ideas and abstractions
    • T — operates with logic in decision making
    • P — prefers freedom and unpredictability

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    E-I scale — how your consciousness is oriented

    Introverts (I-type) are not hermits who do not communicate with anyone and are closed to themselves. The tabloid newspapers have imposed stereotypes about introverts. They work better alone. Introverts think first and talk later.

    Extroverts (E-type) often talk and are chatty. They prefer to work in a team. They do not like to solve problems alone. They want to discuss them and find compromises. The public idealizes extroverts.

    The E-I scale reveals your general orientation of consciousness:

    E (extrovert) — orientation to external objects; I (introvert) — orientation inward, on oneself.

    S-N scale — how do you navigate the situation

    For S-type people, details are essential. They feel them with sight, smell, and touch. Such people assess the situation based on available external data. S-types don't like guesswork. They want facts. The main thing is what is happening here and now. They pre-think their decisions and then consistently implement them.

    N-type trusts intuition. As a rule, such people have developed imaginations and see many opportunities around them. The facts tire them, but they see the whole picture and keep different ways of developing events.

    Scale S-N — explains what abilities you use to navigate the situation:

    S (sensorics) — orientation to facts and experience gained; N (intuition) — orientation to premonitions and general information.

    T-F scale — what are your decisions based on

    People make decisions primarily based on their intellect or succumbing to emotions.

    T-type people recognize logic and trust only reason. Their decisions are carefully considered. They are objective and fair. T-type loves and knows how to analyze information.

    An F-type person will share joy or sorrow with you. They are born empaths, for whom feelings are more important than reason. The F-type is dominated by emotional intelligence, not logic. Emotions guide the actions of F-type people.

    In simple words, the T-F scale tells how you make decisions:

    T (thinking, logic) — the ability to rationally weigh the pros and cons; F (feeling, ethics) — decisions are made emotionally.

    J-P scale — how you prepare your decisions

    P-type people do not know how and do not want to control and plan everything. But the process is a lot of information. They are multi-channel. The R-type easily copes with multitasking, does not panic when deadlines are running out, and is calm when something does not go according to plan. P-type people are easy to change. They adapt to them better than others.

    J-type people are only good at one task at a time. They plan and algorithmize the task until they think thoroughly about how to execute it consistently without chaos and surprises. Setting goals and achieving them is the strength of the J-type.

    J-P scale — do you prepare your decisions or act according to circumstances:

    J (judgment and rationality) — planning and streamlining; P (perception and irrationality) — the desire to navigate the events and the ability to adapt.

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