Personality My results on the Jung Personality quiz were INTJ. Introverted was 12%, intuition was 16%, thinking was 9%, and judging was 50%. The personality type I was give is the Scientists. These are people that usually focus internally by taking things in by intuition. Externally they deal with things rationally and logically. INTJ personalities live in a world of ideas and strategic planning. These people value intelligence, knowledge, and competence. A person of this personality type will continuously strive to fill these values. They to some extent have similar expectations of others. The scientist personality has the introverted intuition dominating their personality.
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