(quote) Keith-585743 said: Ahhh, yes, but the MBTI can also be taken repeatedly and manipulated. The key to getting good / true results, as always is with any of these types of "tests", is to answer honestly. I have taken both the CM personality test and the MBTI several times. I find that I get roughly the same results repeatedly on both tests.
With all of that said, I'm an ENTJ, though my dominance in Thinking vs Feeling is usually only by a few percentage points. In the CM personality test, I'm consistently Choleric - Sanguine, which I feel is probably normal for an ENTJ.
Upon review of your profile, I see that you are Sanguine - Choleric, which I can see being a natural temperament for an INFJ.
Of course, as you said, these things are best used as guidelines or hints at who a person is, and are no substitute for face-to-face experience!
Dear good soul,
I appreciate the time you took to review my profile. I think that in fact we are of one accord: honesty in response is integral to the process. Yet, therein the issue. It is not that I don't think people are capable of honesty, I think that we often struggle to know and see ourselves as we truly are. This makes taking any sort of exam, and expecting true results, challenging to say the least. That said, have you ever read The Temperament that God Gave You
? It is a worthwhile book that does its level best to integrate Catholic teaching with the four "humours" or temperaments.
In any case, good soul, I still value the understanding that can be gleaned from learning about the types. As an ENTJ I can easily that you would assume honesty in all responses. As an INFP I can intuit that this may not always be the case.
P.S. 42 answers nothing since, as you very well know, the makers never knew what the Question was.