Nurses: what's your Myers-Briggs classification?? - page 3

Diary here - just curious to see what everyone else is. I am an ISTJ - What are you?... Read More

  1. by   exstol
    INFJ and pround of it.
  2. by   sirI
    I am ISTJ
  3. by   elizabells
    I used to test as INFJ, but since nursing school I come up as an ISFJ. All those evidence-based practice courses! :spin:
  4. by   Tangerine Lipgloss
    INFP here.
  5. by   ocb_dave_ocb
    INTP here
  6. by   MAISY, RN-ER
    Enfp Here!
    Maisy
  7. by   DaFreak71
    Wow, am I the only INTJ here? My numbers broke down as I (56), N (38), T (1), J (1).

    My suggested careers were natural science, engineering, law, or library sciences. Nothing about nursing. LOL--oh well, I'm in nursing school and loving it (or in theory I'm loving it). Ha ha.
  8. by   lvnandmomx3
    I have never formally taken the test, not sure where you take it or why. But looking at the list I would see me self as an ENFP. But I know if I took the test it would probaly show very different. Can anyone anwer the where and why for the test?
  9. by   sharona97
    Read one of the previous pages and Eric gives a great description.
  10. by   EricJRN
    Quote from Tracylvn
    I have never formally taken the test, not sure where you take it or why. But looking at the list I would see me self as an ENFP. But I know if I took the test it would probaly show very different. Can anyone anwer the where and why for the test?
    A lot of us have taken it during work- or school-related activities or seminars. I took it the first time as part of a training seminar for an extracurricular activity (a campus-based crisis hotline), then the second time as part of a supervisor training class for my last job before nursing. The hope is that it will help you understand more about yourself and how you relate to others. It is also frequently offered by college counseling/career centers to help students in making career or major decisions.

    In addition to the paper-and-pencil versions offered in these settings, there are online links where you can take the MBTI.
  11. by   abooker
    If you don't know your Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory type, you can go to the following website and take a similar "test." Even though I know my Myers-Briggs type, I took it out of curiosity. It took me about 5 minutes, and it did result in the same answer I have gotten from the Myers Briggs Personality Inventory. Don't be fearful. The descriptions of all of the personaly types are positive.

    http://www.kisa.ca/personality/
  12. by   CritterLover
    i get a different result every time i take one of these tests.

    i played around tonight with some different tests, and got a different result each time.

    http://www.humanmetrics.com was intj (67, 12, 38, 33)

    http://www.similarminds.com was infj (82, 68, 68, 56)

    http://www.kisa.ca/personality/ was istj (93, 50, 50, 73)

    http://www.teamtechnology.co.uk/mmdi-re/mmdi-re.htm was isfp


    when i read the descriptions, i most identified with intj, intp, and isfj.

    so, i'm definitly introverted, beyond that, i guess a pretty even mix.

  13. by   lvnandmomx3
    Ok I was righ on just using the brief info in an earlier post(13 I think). I am a ENFP according to http://www.kisa.ca/personality/results.php.

    E 57%
    N 59%
    F 70%
    P 55%
    Last edit by lvnandmomx3 on Sep 29, '07

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