Personality Type and Nursing - page 8
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 16, '06Your Type is
Extroverted Intuitive Feeling Judging
Strength of the preferences %
44 38 50 11
Oct 18, '06I have found that I am a ENTJ. Very interesting. We also have had to do these for nursing school.
Oct 19, '06i'm an infp! i remember getting the same result when i took the test several years ago, too.
Oct 19, '06There seems to be some confusion- My test results are:
ENFJ. However, it has been nice to hear from some of you!
Oct 20, '06hi! an istp here
hmm..maybe that explains why i usually take some time before making a decision..Last edit by jon_kulas on Oct 30, '06
Oct 20, '06your type is
[color=#d000a0]enfj[color=#d000a0]extroverted[color=#d000a0]intuitive[color=#d000a0]feeling[color=#d000a0]judgingstrength of the preferences % [color=#d000a0]33[color=#d000a0]12[color=#d000a0]62[color=#d000a0]1
enfj type description by d.keirsey
enfj type description by j. butt
qualitative analysis of your type formula
- moderately expressed extrovert
- slightly expressed intuitive personality
- distinctively expressed feeling personality
- slightly expressed judging personality
Oct 23, '06INTJ here.
Pretty much everything in the profile fits me-- from being a quiet leader to being decisive to everything else listed in all the various INTJ profiles.
Someone in one of my classes said he was a "mastermind" (INTJ), but from what I read, I can't really see it. Maybe I'm missing something... because I don't think the two of us are alike at all.
Nov 5, '06your type is
[color=#d000a0]44 [color=#d000a0]38 [color=#d000a0]50 [color=#d000a0]1
[color=#d000a0]i'm just a student right now, but i wanna work in peds.
Nov 5, '06I can relate to what you are going through. I did well in college during the Pre-reqs and then came nursing school. I too felt that one of the criterias to succeed was to "read your instructor". It does not work that way in RN school. The first semester is hell because this a time when you are transitioning from a college student to a nursing student. It is different but do-able. The bottom line is you have to have confidence in what you are learning so that the wrong answers or the not the best answers don't distract you. BTW..I was ENFJ