Jungian Typology Test
Testing your knowledge of Myers, Briggs, and Jung
So you think you know anything about Jungian typology? Nothing is easier than being an armchair expert online. But what do you really know, grasshopper? Are you a fearsome black belt or a puny padawan? A go-getting amateur or a genuine expert on Jung's typology? I guess we'll just have to find out. Ready? Let's begin.
Question 1 of 25
According to Myers and Briggs, the type that is the closest to an INTJ is:
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While this test can help you gauge the extent of your knowledge of Jung's typology, it is important to note that static knowledge of typology does not necessarily translate into an ability to accurately determine other people's types (although all else being equal, it certainly helps). As such, please note that the test cannot say anything about how good you are at determining other people's types and that the test should not be used as a measurement of an individual's ability to accurately determine the psychological types of others. It can only say something about how much an individual knows about typology in terms of static book knowledge.
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