Wisdom of Mensa

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October 13, 2010
RE: Jung Typology Test

My Jung Typology Test

The Jung typology test consists of answering approximately 72 yes or no questions in reference to you usual preference and then you get results that hypothetically reveal your personality or personality types. It also shows the strength level of your personality types that are revealed from your responses. After taking the "Jung Typology Test and reviewing the results I was surprised to see that at my overall personality type according to the Jung Typology Test is associated with people like Immanuel Kant, William Shakespeare, Ludwig Beethoven, Pearl Buck and Arthur C. Clarke. When I read Joel Butt's revised excerpt about the "introverted intuitive feeling judging" people I was shocked to read on sentence that ultimately describes myself which is the fact that " The concept of 'poetic justice' is appealing" to me. I have discovered that I had this personality after watching superman at the age of eight years of age. Despite the Joker’s manipulation and trickery, the hero superman was able to still overcome all obstacles and ultimately prevail. I have always voted for the underdog. I am the guy betting on the other guy that nobody wants to win especially if that guy actually deserves a chance. I can also reflect upon by intuitiveness in many different instances. I have sensed danger or a poor character in people and have a high accuracy rate. Some people might call what I have good or bad vibes but Carl Jung calls it "intuitive." The Jung Typology Test accurately revealed my personality types by asserting that I distinctively expressed intuitive personality and only slightly expressed a judging personality and that "slightly" is most likely those people that raise my level of judging by being evil villains, criminals or having bad personalities. It's amazing to me how people can create test like these and come so close. I find this...
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