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Scales: extraversion, introversion, sensing, intuition, logic, ethics, rationality, irrationality; socionic personality types
Definition of socionic personality type.
Instructions for the test
In each question, select the answer that most accurately describes you.
1. In the company (at a party) you: 1. communicate with many, including strangers; 2. communicate with a few – your friends. 2. You are a person rather: 1. realistic, than inclined to theorize; 2. prone to theorize than realistic. 3. How do you think is worse: 1. "soar in the clouds"; 2. stick to the beaten track? 4. You are more susceptible to the influence of: 1. principles, laws; 2. emotions, feelings. 5. You are more inclined: 1. to convince; 2. affect feelings. 6. You prefer to work: 1. performing everything exactly on time; 2. not binding themselves to certain deadlines. 7. You tend to make a choice: 1. rather carefully; 2. suddenly, impulsively. 8. In the company (at the party) you: 1. stay up late, not feeling tired; 2. quickly tired and prefer to leave early. 9. You are more attracted to: 1. sensible people; 2. people with rich imagination. 10. It is more interesting for you: 1. what actually happens; 2. those events that may occur. 11. Assessing the actions of people, you are more aware of: 1. the requirements of the law than the circumstances; 2. circumstances than the requirements of the law. 12. Turning to others, you tend to: 1. observe formalities, etiquette; 2. show your personal, individual qualities. 13. You are a person, rather: 1. accurate, punctual; 2. unhurried, slow. 14. You are more concerned about the need to: 1. leave the case unfinished; 2. Be sure to bring the case to the end. 15. As a rule, in the circle of acquaintances you are: 1. aware of the events taking place there; 2. learn about the news late. 16. Everyday affairs you like to do: 1. in a generally accepted way; 2. in its original way. 17. Prefer such writers who: 1. express literally, directly; 2. use analogies, allegories. 18. What attracts you more: 1. harmony of thought; 2. harmony of human relationships? 19. You feel more confident: 1. in logical conclusions; 2. in practical assessments of situations. 20. You prefer when things are: 1. resolved and arranged; 2. not resolved and not yet settled. 21. How do you think you are a person, rather: 1. serious, definite; 2. carefree, carefree? 22. During telephone conversations, you: 1. do not think out in advance everything you need to say; 2. mentally “rehearse” what will be said. 23. Do you think the facts: 1. are important in themselves; 2. Are there manifestations of general patterns? 24. Dreamers, dreamers usually: 1. annoy you; 2. pretty cute you. 25. You often act as a person: 1. cold-blooded; 2. hot-tempered, hot. 26. How do you think it is worse to be: 1. unjust; 2. merciless? 27. Usually you prefer to act: 1. carefully evaluating all possibilities; 2. relying on chance. 28. Do you prefer: 1. buy something; 2. be able to buy. 29. As a rule, in a company: 1. start a conversation first; 2. wait for someone to talk to you. 30. Common sense: 1. rarely wrong; 2. often trapped. 31. Children often lack: 1. practicality; 2. imagination. 32. In making a decision you are guided, rather: 1. by the accepted norms; 2. your feelings, sensations. 33. You are a man rather: 1. hard, than soft: 2. soft, than hard. 34. What do you think is more impressive: 1. the ability to methodically organize; 2. the ability to adapt and be satisfied with what has been achieved? 35. You value more: 1. certainty, completeness; 2. openness, multivariate. 36. New and non-standard relationships with people: 1. stimulate, give you energy; 2. tire you out. 37. You often act as: 1. a person of practical warehouse; 2. man is original, unusual. 38. You are more inclined to: 1. find benefits in relationships with people; 2. understand the thoughts and feelings of others. 39. Which brings you more satisfaction: 1. a thorough and comprehensive discussion of the controversial issue; 2. reaching agreement on a controversial issue? 40. You are guided more: 1. by reason; 2. the dictates of the heart. 41. It is more convenient for you to do the work: 1. by prior arrangement; 2. which turned up by chance. 42. You usually rely: 1. on organization, order; 2. by chance, by surprise. 43. You prefer to have: 1. a lot of friends for a short time; 2. a few old friends. 44. You are guided more: 1. by facts, by circumstances; 2. general provisions, principles. 45. You are more interested in: 1. production and marketing of products; 2. design and research. 46. What you would rather consider as a compliment: 1. “here is a very logical person”; 2. "here is a delicate feeling person"? 47. You value more in yourself: 1. equanimity; 2. dedication. 48. You prefer to make: 1. final and definite statements; 2. preliminary and ambiguous statements. 49. You feel better: 1. after making a decision; 2. not limiting yourself to decisions. 50. Communicating with strangers, you: 1. easily enter into long conversations; 2. do not always find common topics for conversation. 51. You trust more: 1. your experience; 2. their forebodings. 52. You feel like a person: 1. more practical than inventive; 2. more inventive than practical. 53. Who deserves more approval: 1. reasonable, sensible person; 2. person deeply worried? 54. You are more inclined: 1. to be direct and impartial; 2. sympathize with people. 55. What do you think is preferable: 1. make sure that everything is prepared and settled; 2. let events take their course? 56. Relations between people should be built: 1. on the preliminary mutual agreement; 2. depending on the circumstances. 57. When the phone rings, you: 1. hurry to come first; 2. hoping that someone else will do. 58. What do you value more in yourself: 1. a developed sense of reality; 2. ardent imagination? 59. You attach more importance to: 1. what is said; 2. the way it is said. 60. What looks like a great delusion: 1. excessive ardor, fervor; 2. excessive objectivity, impartiality? 61. You mainly consider yourself: 1. sober and practical; 2. cordial and responsive. 62. What situations attract you more: 1. regulated and streamlined; 2. unordered and unregulated? 63. You are a person, rather: 1. pedantic, than capricious; 2. capricious than pedantic. 64. You are more likely to: 1. be open, accessible to people; 2. be discreet, secretive. 65. In literary works you prefer: 1. literal, concreteness; 2. figurativeness, figurative sense. 66. What is more difficult for you: 1. find a common language with others; 2. use others to your advantage? 67. What would you wish for yourself more: 1. clarity of reflection; 2. the ability to sympathize. 68. Which is worse: 1. be unpretentious; 2. be too choosy? 69. You prefer: 1. scheduled events; 2. unplanned events. 70. You tend to do, rather: 1. deliberately, than impulsively; 2. impulsively than deliberately.