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Introduction to the Test

The objective of this MBTI test is to help you have a better understanding of yourself and enrich your personal development. There is no "good" or "bad" type and there are no "better" nor "worse" combinations of the types in the field of work or relationships. Each type and each person have their own assets.

An MBTI type is formed starting from 4 couples of two preferences being opposed (Extraversion-Introversion, Sensation-Intuition, Thought-Feeling, Perception-Judgement) resulting in the combination of 4 letters indicating the preferences which you use the most. We all have these 8 preferences, but we use them at various degrees. Our type is composed of the ones with use the most.

Each type expresses a unique way in which the 8 preferences interact between them.

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For each pair of proposals, check a circle that approximates the proposal that best fits you according to the degree of preference. Checking to the left maximum means that you find yourself much more on the first proposal than on the second. Checking to the right maximum means that you find yourself much more on the second proposal than on the first one.

Social interaction entertains me.
Social interaction tires me.
I prefer going out in group.
I prefer going out alone.
I sometimes spend longer thinking than acting promptly.
I sometimes happen to act before thinking.
I prefer activities that make me think.
I prefer activities that make me move.
I prefer communicating through writing.
I prefer communicating verbally.
I prefer to deepen my relationships.
I prefer meeting new people.
I prefer having a one-to-one conversation.
I prefer having a group discussion.
I prefer spending the evening with a close relative.
I prefer spending the evening with groups of people.
I am often seen as a thoughtful and reserved person.
I am often seen as a dynamic and open person.
I prefer working in groups with several persons.
I prefer working alone or with one person.
1/4
I prefer to give priority to the ideas.
I prefer to give priority to the facts.
I concentrate on what could be.
I am a realistic person, I envision reality the way it is.
I remember the majority of the details that I have observed.
I remember details when they have a link with the overall pattern.
I prefer relying on my inspiration.
I prefer relying on my experience.
I prefer thinking about what could happen.
I prefer concentrating on the present moment and what's going on.
I hardly believe what I haven’t personally seen.
I lack of common sense.
I prefer testing new methods.
I prefer using reliable and demonstrated methods.
I prefer to consider in detail all aspects of a subject.
I prefer to consider the aspects of a subject globally.
I prefer discussing about abstract topics and theories.
I prefer discussing about concrete and existing topics.
I solve problems by relying on my past experience, it already worked out.
I solve problems by counting on my imagination.
2/4

I prefer to be honest and direct.
I prefer being diplomat and tactful.

I prefer helping others making logical decisions.
I prefer helping others expressing their feelings.

I prefer to use my ability to analyze situations.
I prefer to attend situations or discussions where there is emotion.

I prefer counting on verifiable elements to take decisions.
I prefer using my convictions and how I feel to take decisions.

I prefer to draw conclusions based on logic and careful analysis.
I prefer to draw conclusions based on what I feel and what I know about life.

I try to please others.
I am naturally critical.

I prefer to be warm and friendly.
I prefer to be loyal and fair.

When there is a problem, I wonder if it’s real.
When there is a problem, I wonder if it’s truly important.

I solve my problems with logic.
I assess the impact of my decisions on others.

I decide by analyzing the causes and effects based on objective criteria of truth ("It's true" or "It's false").
I decide with my personal values ("It's good" or "It's bad") and my feelings ("I like" or "I don't like")
3/4
I prefer to get all the information I need on a topic, think about it for a while then make a quick and definitive decision.
I prefer to take the time to consider all the possible elements of a subject before and after making my decision.
I prefer change in order to keep all options open.
I prefer constancy in order to prevent what will come next.
I prefer things to happen on their own.
I prefer things to be rather organized.
I prefer my ability to adapt.
I prefer my ability to be methodical and organized.
I like to plan my life and master it.
I'm looking for understanding rather than mastering.
I trust my planning power more than my power of improvisation.
I trust my power of improvisation more than my planning power.
I prefer to control my environment.
I prefer to adapt to my environment.
I prefer to make decisions.
I prefer to look for information.
I tend to keep looking and reconsidering information even if things have already been fixed.
I do not tend to go back on what I decided, I switched to the next step.
I prefer committing myself if the others also commit themselves.
I prefer to put pressure for specific commitments to be made.
4/4

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