As with all types of personality tests, there is never going to be any test that offers 100% accuracy. Some people will definitely get different results on different days, and I can see how mood could seriously affect the results in a personality test. Also if a person is neurotic or not able to own certain truths about themselves, that too could seriously alter the accuracy rates of this type of test.
So I guess what I am trying to say is, that although I do not believe that the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a definitive personality test to run your life by, I do believe that it is deeply interesting, and if you've not taken the test yet (or haven't in a long while) it is worth a revisit just for the fun of it.
I have taken the test 4 times now, and every time I come out as an INFJ. I have had a ten year stretch between the first and the last time that I sat the test and it seems that I have not changed at all in that time, because I still got the same result. I am always:
The thing that I love to do the most with my results (because I clearly have nothing better to do with my time) is to type my personality type into google to see which famous characters have the same personality type as me. Kind of sad I know, but if you haven't already realized this by now, I am a huge pop culture fan, so of course I want to know who I am most like in my favourite TV shows and movies!
Here are some famous INFJ characters that share my personality type:
Galadriel (Lord of the Rings)
Remus Lupin (Harry Potter)
Daenerys Targaryen (GOT)
Atticus Finch (To Kill a Mockingbird)
Jay Gatsby (The Great Gatsby)
Doctor Strange (Marvel)
Groot (Guardians of the Galaxy)
Elsa (Disney Princess)
And in the real world, some famous INFJs include:
J K Rowling
Martin Luther King Jr.
But enough about me, you must be intrigued to know who you are most like by now yourself. You are literally only one google click away from total geekdom right now, and for that I do apologise!
Release Date: 1962
Running Time: 129 mins
Based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Harper Lee and regarded as one of the greatest films ever made, To Kill a Mockingbird has received overwhelmingly positive responses from critics and audiences alike since it's release. It deservingly won three Academy Awards, including a Best Actor Academy for Gregory Peck for his stirring portrayal of the lawyer Atticus Finch.
A lawyer (Peck) who is raising his two children alone in a racially divided town in Alabama, agrees to defend a young black man who has been accused of raping and savagely beating a white woman. As the evidence surrounding the case is presented, it becomes clear that the accused is not guilty but convincing a completely white jury in a small town of that, presents the biggest challenge.
This powerful movie about racial discrimination speaks volumes about the social climate in Alabama during the 1930's and could certainly be viewed as historically significant for it's honesty and accuracy. It has definitely stood the test of time, and makes for compelling viewing even today. It is an unmissable cinematic experience that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime.
FINAL SAY: Remember it was a sin to kill a mockingbird.
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