Myers-Briggs Type - page 5

I know this is an often-used test. I've taken it three times since h.s. I am mostly an ENFP, sometimes an ISFP. Anyone else know their type? I wonder what other types people on the forum are, and if... Read More

  1. by   BeccaznRN
    ISTP here.
  2. by   LeahJet
    Quote from paccookie
    INFP here, although it was ENFP the first time I took it as a teenager.
    I also changed from an ENFP when I was younger, to an INFP now.
    Maybe life makes some of us more introverted.
  3. by   bethin
    [quote=mccmaeve]I am an INFP. My N and P are off the charts!!!

    Me too!!! My N (intuition) and I (intoverted) were extremely high. Described me perfectly. Yesterday, after giving money to charities and wanting to join the Peace Corps, my mom said "You can't save the world." Funny how they describe us as wanting to make the world a better place.
  4. by   piscesguy
    Hey friends!
    Thanks for sharing! All different types, lots of TJ's, I bet you need that for nursing, I don't seem to have it, hope I get there somehow anyway AND that its a great journey!
  5. by   Angie O'Plasty
    Quote from emsboss
    ISTJ....Not many of us around?
    Another ISTJ here!
  6. by   Indy
    ESTJ here. That's funny because I took this test in nursing school and I remember being an I-something, a "nurturer." Now I'm a guardian. Hmm. I didn't expect nursing to completely change my personality type!
  7. by   lannisz
    INFJ here. I took this test at the beginning of nursing school also. This would be a great poll, it would be interesting to see the percentages!
  8. by   MrsMommaRN
    Quote from multicollinarity
    i've taken this test over the years and i always come out the same. intj. so dead-on correct for me. i guess it's really rare for women, something like 2% of the population? anyone else out there an intj? we can be difficult!
    i'm an intj too. us bossy gals got to stick together. lol!
  9. by   southern_rn_brat
    I just went thru this program the Catholic healthcare partners offers called Risen. anyone heard of it?

    It was this totally awesome seminar about understanding your personality type, understanding your peers personality type, bettering yourself personally by learning to forgive others, accept, love and share with others. I cant tell yall how great it was.

    it started with us all doing the myersbrigg before we went. they spent the whole first day explaining the types and how different they are and how the different personality types do their jobs differently.

    I tell a person and a nursing manager, it really helped me to understand the people in my life and the people I work with!!
  10. by   smoo
    ISTJ here, quite a few of us..........huh

  11. by   gonzo1
    ISFP--nurturer. Doesn't list nursing as a career option, but does list other helping professions.
  12. by   jenn_rn_nj
    ISFJ for me...I've taken it before and from what I recall I've always been I, F & J...I don't recall if I was S previously or not, though. It's been awhile (one of my psych classes in college).
  13. by   santhony44
    ISTJ here, too.

    One of the jobs listed was primary care physician. Not a physician, but FNP.