Jung Typology Test.

Go to www.humanmetrics.comand take the Jung Typology Test. Take the FREE test in the far upper left corner. Report what your four-letter personality type is.

You can conduct this research in the Central Texas College Library. This will give you practice in using the library before you complete your Research Paper. In this instance, you may also use online sources that are not through the library. Be sure to cite your sources.

The Jung Typology Test is also known as MBTI Personality Types or the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

Then write a 600-word paper about what you’ve learned about yourself. Report if you agree or disagree with the findings.

Your paper should be written in clear and concise college-level English. It should meet MLA (Modern Language Association) standards. Save your document to your computer.

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Okay. Do the test and then send the results so that i can write the paper.

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Test results for paper

Your Type

ISFP

Introvert(16%) Sensing(3%) Feeling(28%) Perceiving(22%)

  • You have slight preference of Introversion over Extraversion (16%)
  • You have marginal or no preference of Sensing over Intuition (3%)
  • You have moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking (28%)
  • You have slight preference of Perceiving over Judging (22%)

Here is the link to the complete test results

http://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/isfp-type?EI=-16&SN=3&TF=-28&JP=-22

Jung Typology Test

The Jung Typology Test looks at personality in four dimensions; introversion vs extroversion, intuiting vs sensing, feeling vs thinking, and perceiving vs judging. After taking the test, I scored 16% on being an introvert, 3% on sensing, 28% on feeling, and 22% on perceiving. While I agree with the test that I have a slight preference of introversion, a moderate preference of feeling, and a slight preference of perceiving, I disagree that I have a marginal or no preference of sensing. Instead, I believe that I have a moderate preference for sensing because to some extent I think about the future implications of any action.

According to the test I have a slight preference for introversion compared to extraversion (Humanmetrics Inc). This means that I focus on internal feelings as a source of stimulation rather than in external sources as in the case of extroverted people. Most are times when people think that an introvert is a shy. And socially anxious person. However, an introvert is a person who in inward turning. A person who focuses on feelings, moods, and inner thoughts (Mallari & Maria 3). While all people have some degree of introversion and extroversion, the personality theories state that people often lean one way. An introvert is usually more reserved, quiet, and reflective.

Secondly, I have a marginal or no preference of sensing compared to intuition. Having a marginal or no sense of sensing over intuition means one doesn’t like focusing on details. Their thinking is not on here and now. A marginal preference of sensing means one doesn’t always follow steps while undertaking any project. A person with more preference of sensing has their attention on details. They don’t focus on the big picture. They also tend to focus on immediate realities instead of the future (Mallari & Maria 3). When it comes to abstract theories and concrete information, they prefer concrete information. Preferring intuition means thinking about the future consequences of the current actions, seeing the big picture, and coming up with better ways of doing things.