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  • hingeattack

    I have to say, this test is fairly accurate. It usually hits the nail right on the head. The descriptions of each personality feel very revealing, and while they have a few inconsistencies from person to person, usually hold true. A couple weeks ago, I was around a campfire with a few friends, and we all took the test. It's a fun activity, and you get to learn more about people you know. Definitely worth doing. It is a bit long though.

    • Neurobomber

      Sorry man, anecdotal evidence and confirmation bias. It's just a few of you taking it and of course you're gonna confirm it's true if it's saying how great you are and gives generic descriptions. You could read your horoscope and come to the same conclusions.

      The MBTI has been proven multiple times to be inaccurate and unscientific.

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