Equal valuing of IM pairs

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Equal valuing of IM pairs

Postby warrior-librarian » Sun Mar 28, 2010 1:18 am

According to RSV3's test, my valuing of IM pairs comes up like this:

1.Te/Fi valuing: 26%
2.Ni/Se valuing: 25%
3.Ne/Si valuing: 25%
4.Ti/Fe valuing: 24%

Which I find puzzling because if there's anything I'm confident of, its that I value Ne/Si and Ti/Fe, so just wondering what questions in the test are measuring this sort of thing?

In spite of that, the test still managed to nail my type and subtype and even the list of other possible types (EII, ILE, LIE) are ones either I or others have considered for me at one time or another.
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Re: Equal valuing of IM pairs

Postby RSV3 » Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:18 am

warrior-librarian wrote:According to RSV3's test, my valuing of IM pairs comes up like this:

1.Te/Fi valuing: 26%
2.Ni/Se valuing: 25%
3.Ne/Si valuing: 25%
4.Ti/Fe valuing: 24%

Which I find puzzling because if there's anything I'm confident of, its that I value Ne/Si and Ti/Fe, so just wondering what questions in the test are measuring this sort of thing?

In spite of that, the test still managed to nail my type and subtype and even the list of other possible types (EII, ILE, LIE) are ones either I or others have considered for me at one time or another.


Hey librarian, thanks for the question. The IM pair values you listed actually don't have anything to do with the sociotype test. They only pertain to the intertype component. In other words, those values are solely derived from input you (or other people) have supplied in regards to how well or poorly you interact with other members on the site. And so assuming you haven't rated your interaction with anyone else on the site, then by deduction, at least one other person has rated their interaction with you. Hope that makes sense. Additionally, I wouldn't put too much weight on those values as I am currently still working out some things with the algorithm.
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