Jung Typology

Topics: Personality psychology, Psychology, Socionics Pages: 1 (363 words) Published: October 24, 2010
Jung Typology

I took a 72 question survey for my student success class. Humanmetrics: Jung Typology Test as it is referred to. The test consisted of vague to obvious questions to determine strengths I posses that will help me in my tenure obtain an education at Sinclair Community College and further more throughout life. My results were as follows; E.N.T.J. (Extraverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging). I scored a 33 in Extraverted, 50 for Intuitive, 25 for Thinking, and finally 44 for Judging. A quality analysis provided this formula to me as a result. Translation of this formula suggests that I moderately expressed qualities in each.

What the results mean to me in my own opinion? The word I can think of mostly is average or somewhat above average in each trait. Yes I am an outgoing person, yet not at all times. I can be shy at first with strangers. I judge people only when I need to for common sense living purposes. I don’t care what people do in their own life. I say this not to be insensitive, yet that I’m not a judge of ones downfalls or try to take advantage or use a person for something. I treat everybody equally. I treat people the way I desire to be treated. With respect!

The rest of the results translate to me that I am creative and think things through. But I don’t do it all the time, basically only when I have to, but not to the point to where I’m lazy and express no care for any situation. Basically I’m a normal, average Joe.

I will take these results into consideration in my studies in this class and further on throughout my educational career. I’ll try to push myself to be more than average. Put forth extra effort instead of just enough to get by. Also I will keep being the person I am and not slip further down from these results. My goal is to get a 2 year degree from this institution and I am putting forth my best step each and every day with a positive attitude.
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