MBTI Personality Test
Dear Future Chief Resident: The following test is designed to measure your MBTI Personality type. We will be discussing the theory behind this test, and the results it demonstrates, during the session on “Leadership and Personality Types” during the second day of the conference. The session will be much more valuable to you if you have completed this test PRIOR to the session. Completing the test should only take 15 minutes or so. You can complete it on paper, or can use a web based version located at http://DOMWebserver.Hitchcock.org/mbti/. The web based version has several benefits: 1) You do not have to score your results, as the web page does so for you, 2) You will receive a detailed type report immediately after completing the web based survey, and 3) I will be able to present your group’s specific data at the session. Several hints about how to best complete this survey: • There are no right answers to any of these questions. • Answer the questions quickly, do not over-analyze them. Some seem worded poorly. Go with what feels best. • Answer the questions as “the way you are”, not “the way you’d like to be seen by others” • Do not look at the scoring sheet until you have completed all the questions. Thanks for your time, and I look forward to reviewing this at the session!
Harley Friedman, MD Program Director, Internal Medicine Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
MBTI Personality Type Test
1. At a party do you: a. Interact with many, including strangers b. Interact with a few, known to you Are you more: a. Realistic than speculative b. Speculative than realistic Is it worse to: a. Have your “head in the clouds” b. Be “in a rut” Are you more impressed by: a. Principles b. Emotions Are more drawn toward the: a. Convincing b. Touching Do you prefer to work: a. To deadlines b. Just “whenever” Do you tend to choose: a. Rather carefully b. Somewhat impulsively At parties do you: a. Stay late, with increasing energy b. Leave early with decreased energy Are you more attracted to: a. Sensible people b. Imaginative people 14. Does it bother you more having things: a. Incomplete b. Completed 15. In your social groups do you: a. Keep abreast of other’s happenings b. Get behind on the news 16. In doing ordinary things are you more likely to: a. Do it the usual way b. Do it your own way 17. Writers should: a. “Say what they mean and mean what they say” b. Express things more by use of analogy 18. Which appeals to you more: a. Consistency of thought b. Harmonious human relationships 19. Are you more comfortable in making: a. Logical judgments b. Value judgments 20. Do you want things: a. Settled and decided b. Unsettled and undecided 21. Would you say you are more: a. Serious and determined b. Easy-going 22. In phoning do you: a. Rarely question that it will all be said b. Rehearse what you’ll say 23. Facts: a. “Speak for themselves” b. Illustrate principles 24. Are visionaries: a. somewhat annoying b. rather fascinating 25. Are you more often: a. a cool-headed person b. a warm-hearted person 26. Is it worse to be: a. unjust b. merciless
10. Are you more interested in: a. What is actual b. What is possible 11. In judging others are you more swayed by: a. Laws than circumstances b. Circumstances than laws 12. In approaching others is your inclination to be somewhat: a. Objective b. Personal 13. Are you more: a. Punctual b. Leisurely
27. Should one usually let events occur: a. by careful selection and choice b. randomly and by chance 28. Do you feel better about: a. having purchased b. having the option to buy 29. In company do you: a. initiate conversation b. wait to be approached 30. Common sense is: a. rarely questionable b. frequently questionable 31. Children often do not: a. make themselves useful enough b. exercise their fantasy enough 32. In making decisions do you feel more comfortable with: a. standards b. feelings 33. Are you...
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