Entj Case Study

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1) A) After finishing the test and receiving my lettered scores, I got ENTJ as a test type. For my extrovert type I got 11%, having a slight preference of extroversion over introversion. The N was intuitive, which I scored 25% on, having a moderate preference of intuition over sensing. The T was for Thinking, which I scored 12%, having slight preference of thinking over feeling. The J was for judging, at 33%, with a moderate preference of judging over perceiving.
B) As an ENTJ I’m one to lead and not follow. It described an ENTJ to be "larger than life" in describing their projects or proposals. So as my degree goes, I should do well in sales. I’m taking Business management in hopes to be a successful leader or one that creates his own business models or sales. It says that I’m decisive and know what has to get done. I always feel that if I’m right then I know I’m right and will stand strong when arguing a point. I also agree that I tend to make plans for myself, which no one else really knows about, or would care to know for that matter, and eventually partake in these plans first hand. I don’t agree with any forms of cults and also the quote that stated, "I don't care to sit by the window on an airplane. If I can't control
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Some weaknesses of the MBTI are not being completely reliable due to different answers the second time around or the fact that people will put incorrect responses. Some responses may be chosen because the person doesn’t know what to choose and therefore just guesses. Some people argue that it has an “unscientific basis to the theory,” meaning that Jung had based his theory of psych types off of his observable reports and reflections. This makes the types unproven but not inaccurate. (Centre for Confidence and