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MEDIATOR PERSONALITY (INFP, -A/-T)

Mediator personalities are true idealists, always looking for the hint of good in even the worst of people and events, searching for ways to make things better. While they may be perceived as calm, reserved, or even shy, Mediators have an inner flame and passion that can truly shine. 

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Lol my sister thought she was a mediator. I was like hold up that’s not right. So I helped her and we got the right one lol 

she was a logician and when we read the description we had a laugh because I was like yeah that’s you 

so I think if you have a mediator you’ll sure to find the right observing eye hehe to put you in the right direction 

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Your Results


“THE MEDIATOR” (INFP-T)
 DIPLOMAT
 CONSTANT IMPROVEMENT
26%74%
INTROVERTED
59%
INTUITIVE
41%
44%56%
FEELING
29%71%
PROSPECTING
44%56%
TURBULENT

 DIPLOMAT
 CONSTANT IMPROVEMENT
26%
74%
INTROVERTED
59%
INTUITIVE
41%
44%
56%
FEELING
29%
71%
PROSPECTING
44%
56%
TURBULENT

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I made a thread on this, haha! 

ENFP - Turbulent

:D 

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On 12/28/2018 at 10:43 PM, dragonxx said:

CONSUL PERSONALITY (ESFJ, -A/-T)

While a lot of things might've been spot on, some things were also way off. I feel there are many descriptions that could apply to anyone.

It’s no wonder then — I had figured you might be an SJ. 

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On 12/28/2018 at 11:04 PM, shia farm girl said:

INFJ-Advocate

My favorite personality! As an ENFP, I need more INFJs in my life. 

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On 12/28/2018 at 8:21 PM, ali_fatheroforphans said:

Lol mine is also INFP-T (mediator).

You, an INFP? No way, man! Introvert—yeah, Intuitive? Sure. But I had pegged you as INFJ. Or even, for some reason, ENFJ. You seem more like a J than a P. 

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54 minutes ago, Islandsandmirrors said:

It’s no wonder then — I had figured you might be an SJ. 

Had to google SJ personality type, and just, wow, you have a keen eye for this...

it was a diff description i came across than the above website

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I used to always test as INTJ, but now the I and the N are the only constants, and even the N is occasionally borderline. 

Today, as usual recently, I test as INFP-A. 

Edited by notme

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I don't believe in these kind of tests, human being are more complex than this.

It might give a general answer to which areas your personality lays, for example extroverted or introverted, but I believe the human mind is far more complicated than to be divided into 12 groups or rather limited to 12 groups only.

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7 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

I don't believe in these kind of tests, human being are more complex than this.

It might give a general answer to which areas your personality lays, for example extroverted or introverted, but I believe the human mind is far more complicated than to be divided into 12 groups or rather limited to 12 groups only.

Exactly. That is what serious and honest psychologists (who are not out to make money on clients) would say too.

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Im the defender type lol

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“THE DEFENDER” (ISFJ-T)
 SENTINEL
 CONSTANT IMPROVEMENT
35%
65%
INTROVERTED
47%
53%
OBSERVANT
42%
58%
FEELING
51%
JUDGING
49%
19%
81%
TURBULENT
Save your results to gain access to additional insights, surveys, and other useful resources in our Members Area!

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I took the test again because I didn't save it and I wanted to see my percentages, and my classification changed between yesterday and today. 

YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE IS:

ADVOCATE(INFJ-A)

MIND

Extraverted 

Introverted

3%

97%

ENERGY

Intuitive

Observant

74%

26%

NATURE

Thinking

Feeling

44%

56%

TACTICS

Judging

Prospecting

51%

49%

IDENTITY

Assertive

Turbulent

69%

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@Islandsandmirrors  Well, here i am,lol! :)

You must be amazingly observative regarding noticing and recognizing behavioral traits in people. I think for me, the introverted part doesnt really allow for too much time around other people to begin with, so im not intune with or skilled in the area like you are.

I took the 16 personlaities test back in 2016, and again the other day...

From 2016:

Your personality type: “The Advocate” (INFJ-T)
Strength of individual traits: Introverted: 65%, Intuitive: 52%, Feeling: 78%, Judging: 78%, Turbulent: 66%.
Role: Diplomat
Strategy: Constant Improvement



From 2018
Thank you for completing our personality test! Here is a copy of your results:

Personality type: “The Advocate” (INFJ-T)
Individual traits: Introverted – 72%, Intuitive – 59%, Feeling – 85%, Judging – 77%, Turbulent – 77%.
Role: Diplomat
Strategy: Constant Improvement

I seriously feel (lol) that i am higher in  the introverted area than this test has rated me as, but it is still really accurate when i read through the breakdowns,explanations and definitions of the scores of the personality type in general. Its pretty eerie!

W/s

Edited by shia farm girl

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