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The Keirsey Temperament Sorter The Keirsey Temperament Sorter is a test that best describes a persons personality It consists of seventy questions that try to find out what kind of person you are It tries to best identify where you like to focus your attention how you prefer to take in information how you like to make decisions and the lifestyle that you prefer This is a system that is supposed to accurately identify someones personality I was really anxious to do this test and I tried to answer every question as accurately as I could After reviewing my score I found out that I was an ISFP Well what exactly is an ISFP It stands for Introvert Sensing Feeling and Perceiving Introvert is a person that prefers to focus on the inner world of thoughts feelings or impressions I agree with this because I rely on feelings and impressions of others I am able to sometimes see how others feel inside even if they dont show it on the outside The Sensing part I strongly disagreed with It says that Sensing is a type of person that likes to focus on the present reality and on the information brought by their senses On the other hand the N iNtuitions which is the opposite of the S says that it is a type of person that focuses on possibilities and relationships and looks forward to the future I think that I am more N then S The next part says that I am more of feeling than thinking and means that I base my judgements on personal values and tend to be more person oriented I agree with the part that says that I base my judgements on personal values but not on the part about being people oriented I always get into fights with friends over my decisions or judgements because I base them on my values that often seem to be very different
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