Personality Type and Nursing - page 13
If you don't want to read it all that's fine. Just take this test and post your four letters (the preference % isn't necessary but you can if you want) or just post your type if you already know it:... Read More
Oct 15, '08I think the idealists and rationals are "rare", with rationals being the most "rare". Not sure what all the types those two sections make up (too many to list) but they are listed on one of those pages.
Oct 15, '08I am ENTJ and it is funny because my career was management and I want to get a masters in health administration.
Oct 15, '08[font=book antiqua]i am an ixfp, which means i am an isfp/infp.
[font=book antiqua]i love the mbti! i think the work of myers-briggs is fascinating!
[font=book antiqua]i first took a myers briggs test in 2007, when i went to a career counselor. my result was isfp. my test results showed a very strong preference for introversion, feeling, and perceiving, but only moderate preference for sensing. i have since taken several mbti personality tests on the internet, and usually my result is isfp, but sometimes i get infp. i have found that i am quite close to 50/50 in regards to sensing (s) versus intuition (n).
[font=book antiqua]i love reading personality profiles and descriptions, and i very much identify with both the isfp profile and the infp profile. so, i believe i am a mixture of both types (ixfp). or perhaps i have my isfp days and then my infp days.
[font=book antiqua]possible career paths for the isfp:
[font=book antiqua]possible career paths for the infp:
[font=book antiqua]i find it concerning that on the above personality website, they do not list nursing as a suggested career path for either the isfp or the infp. and i am noticing that on this thread, there seem to be very few other isfp nurses or infp nurses. i have been unhappy in nursing and i have been struggling to find my niche in the nursing field. maybe as an isfp/infp, i made a poor choice in majoring in nursing in college.
[font=book antiqua]isfp - the artist
[font=book antiqua]infp - the dreamer
Oct 22, '08i love taking this test. i never change.
my type is isfj
introverted sensing feeling judging
78% 1% 12% 67%
Last edit by pielęgniarka on Oct 22, '08 : Reason: Dug up old papers.... guess last time I took this on paper I was INFP!
Oct 23, '08I can't believe it! I consistently score an an INFP every time I take a personality test even though the questions are totally different. I guess that means I truly am.
What type of nursing is good for an INFP?
Oct 23, '08apparently i'm supposed to be in management, politics or be a lawyer, not an ed nurse.
your type is
[color=#d000a0] intj[color=#d000a0]introverted[color=#d000a0]intuitive[color=#d000a0]thinking[color=#d000a0]judging strength of the preferences % [color=#d000a0]22[color=#d000a0]38[color=#d000a0]38[color=#d000a0]22
Oct 24, '08I am the same thing but when I looked at the description we are driven by the desire to help others. I think that is why we are nurses.
Mar 25, '10I just wanted to resurrect this thread because it seemed interesting.
I am an INTJ. It explains me to a "T"...or rather a "J"...LOL. I've taken this twice before in the past about a few years apart and I always get the same thing, so it must be my true type. Nursing doesn't seem to be on it's little list of career matches, though. It makes me wonder "Is that the reason why I feel like I don't quite fit with this? Like it doesn't come 'naturally'?" I thought it would...maybe I'm missing that crucial element that most nurses have. I don't know which one it may be. Now I feel weird. Where are all the INTJs?
Mar 25, '10http://similarminds.com/embj.html
got a different result using this one, which is one i have used in the past and seems to be a bit more accurate
infj on the above.
istj on the link posted here on the first page