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My Results from the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test™

The Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test™ was a fun, free little online test, sort of like the Myers-Briggs test to determine personality types: https://www.humanmetrics.com/index.htm#intro.

After you’re done and when you click on the “Career Choices” info button, it gives some details about the kinds of careers that would be most satisfying for your type. I found mine to be fairly accurate, but I was quite pleased to see the company I share in type-casting, haha. Seems I’m in good company with my INTJ type. I think they overlooked “writer and creative” as a fitting career choice, though.

My Results

photo of the thinker statue
Except for being a man and all, and me not being so muscular, it looks a lot like me up there all deep in thought…Actually, it looks nothing like me, but I do think a lot.


Introvert(78%) iNtuitive(75%) Thinking(25%) Judging(44%)

Famous Personalities Sharing INTJ Type

  • Isaac Newton, a physicist, mathematician, astronomer
  • Niels Bohr, a physicist, received the Nobel Prize in Physics
  • Carl Gustav Jung, a psychiatrist, the founder of analytical psychology
  • Michel de Montaigne, a thinker and an influential writer of the French Renaissance
  • Michel Nostradamus, a seer who published famous prophecies
  • Ada Lovelace, an analyst, metaphysician, and the founder of scientific computing

Your Turn

Have you ever taken the full test or one of these online free ones? Share your types and interesting finds if you do it.

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    1. Thanks for adding your comments, Janet! I love all things Jungian, so taking this test was a given for me. It’s amazing how perception matters when it comes to communication, and for relationships in general. Knowing that other personalities express themselves differently goes a long ways to broadening perceptions and moderating our reactions when personalities might clash.

      I have a bit of that readiness to run off on adventures with no plans too 🙂

  1. Great information for people. I use this all the time when I’m teaching communication skills. It helps people to know that he/she isn’t talking because of dislike, just that introverts don’t say much except one-on-one and extraverts aren’t just annoying talkers but rather those who think out loud. It’s amazing to see the change that happens when people understand their communication type. Hopefully, this post will get others to use it for self-reflection. Good job!

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