Nurses: what's your Myers-Briggs classification?? - page 5

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

  1. by   EricJRN
    Quote from RNSC
    I'm ISFP.
    I looked at the jobs and nursing was listed but the discription of this personality makes me seem bipolar or something.
    As an ISFP, I recommend this link for a more balanced view.

    http://www.murraystate.edu/secsv/fye/ISFP.htm
    Last edit by EricJRN on Jul 4, '09
  2. by   deeDawntee
    Hi, I'm an ENFP, but years ago I was a strong INFP, but have definitely become more extroverted over the years. Also, I know I have a strong compensatory J, although that is not what I prefer by any means. I love being a P. hehehe
  3. by   Smitty08
    For anyone interested in personality types, there is a great system: the "Enneagram" which goes beyond Meyers Briggs as it incorporates developmental/spiritual aspects. Its very helpful. There are lots of books on this. There is a website "www.enneagramInstitute.com
    This has been very helpful to me personally and clients I have worked with in therapy...
    "Type 2" The helper
  4. by   mountainnurse
    Interesting... ISFJ here, so according to this I am in the right profession!
  5. by   amyk_ncsu
    I'm an INTJ based on one website... I took the real myers briggs test a few years ago when getting my psych degree, but can't remember what it scored me as.
  6. by   RPN_2012
    your personality type is ISFJ! Introverted (I) 57% Extraverted (E) 43% Sensing (S) 77% Intuitive (N) 23% Feeling (F) 75% Thinking (T) 25% Judging (J) 59% Perceiving (P) 41%

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