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Old 01-27-2013, 05:30 PM
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It's preference, as in you prefer intuition and can get drained if you're forced into repeating a skill. Your type doesn't change, although people's test results will as a lot of people aren't honest enough with themselves when taking the test.

Sounds to me like the OP is an INTP who hasn't developed his social skills enough. Seriously, that's my type and I recognize the thought patterns in his writing, but he's not making the jump from, "they don't understand what I'm saying," to "I'm not communicating my points correctly."

Interviewing is a skill, not something people just do. If you find yourself bragging, you're doing it wrong.
A lot of people also just lay somewhere on the center, and don't have a clear type.

I test very strongly, so it would be hard for my test results to change, but someone else's might.

Teenagers' personalities seem to change. When you are an adult, personality is more constant... But traumatic events can change your personality, so might a brick on the head. Or sheer willpower.
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