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INTJ type

personality types

Find out how many people share your type, and what your strengths are!

Is the glass half full or half empty? Yes, that glass will be the flivvium container.

Prayer Lord, keep me open to others' ideas, wrong though they may be.

Animal personality Snake

Insidious, clever, and pragmatic, you never know if the INTJ snake is dangerous or not.

Cat personality "The Limit-Setter"

If you have to be around, fine, but he'd prefer that you just showed up once a week to drop off a case of canned food. If you stay home sick, he'll glare at you, since after all it's his scheduled day to have the house to himself.

Collective noun An argument of INTJ's

Percentage of total population 1%

Interesting facts

  • Perform very well in college.
  • Have long-reaching visions.
  • Value achievement highly.
  • Always make contingency plans.
  • In education, commonly found at the college and university level.
  • Look to always maximize efficiency.
  • Highly independent.

Common careers

  • designer
  • environmental planner
  • artist
  • genetics
  • inventor
  • business analyst
  • consultant
  • strategic planner
  • researcher
  • lawyer

Famous INTJs

  • Isaac Newton
  • Stephen Hawking
  • Allan Greenspan
  • Niels Bohr/li>

Quotes by famous INTJs:

  • "I was like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and diverting myself now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me." - Isaac Newton
  • "It is no good getting furious if you get stuck. What I do is keep thinking about the problem but work on something else. Sometimes it is years before I see the way forward. In the case of information loss and black holes, it was 29 years." - Stephen Hawking
  • "We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special." - Stephen Hawking
  • "To succeed, you will soon learn, as I did, the importance of a solid foundation in the basics of education - literacy, both verbal and numerical, and communication skills." - Alan Greenspan
  • "Einstein, stop telling God what to do!"
  • "Every great and deep difficulty bears in itself its own solution. It forces us to change our thinking in order to find it." - Niels Bohr

Hobbies and recreation

  • reading
  • hiking
  • backpacking
  • solving puzzles
  • lifelong learning
  • playing Nintendo
  • playing chess
  • swimming
  • kayaking
  • running

All 16 types

Your type is a combination of four preferences. Each preference was made by choosing between 2 letters in a dichotomy. The four dichotomies are:


Defines where you direct your energy. Extroversion indicates outwards towards the world, and Introversion indicates a tendency inwards towards your thoughts and ideas.


Defines how you process information. Do you prefer to process information through your five senses (Sensing) or do you prefer to trust your hunches and read between the lines? (iNtuition)


Defines how you make decisions. Do you prefer logical analysis (Thinking), or contemplating about how each option affects people? (Feeling)


Defines how you order your life. Do you prefer making plans and keeping to schedules (Judging), or do you usually keep things open? (Perceiving)

There are 16 types in total. Now that you know your type, check out your type description by following the appropriate link below!

How accurate were your results? Join in the discussion below.


07-05-2017, 20:00

+3 -0  

1 assassin - committed the murder
2 wife - not because of her cheating, but because she put hiding her cheating above her own safety. She could have waited until morning.
3 lover - knew the problem yet did not intervene
4 boatman - knew the problem yet did not intervene. Had less reason too than lover
5 husband - can not reasonable be expected to know he was putting his wifes life in danger


09-03-2017, 00:05

+4 -1  

“Responsibility” is a funny word……..the meaning (as is true for many words) changes depending on how it is used. If a roomful of adults is asked “who is responsible for this kid who just used a crayon on the walls”, the asker wants to identify the parent or guardian who should have been watching or should have done a better job of teaching so that no damage is done. The parent didn’t cause the coloring, but his action (or lack of action) is one element in the chain. The kid did the coloring, but is he “responsible” or did he “cause” it, since he didn’t create either the crayon or the room, nor did he invent the use of crayons? We must weigh and judge.
Me, I agreed with Whitney Rose and Broken wings.
Assassin-regardless of who paid or why, without him killing, the wife still lives
Wife-she is her own worst enemy...knows she will stray, knows she is wrong, does it anyway. She COULD have stayed with her lover and lived.
Lover- knows they are "in the wrong", but doesn't help her when she explains the situation with the assassin. He says (rightly) they she got herself into this mess.
Husband-didn't think enough about his wife to have her along, but we don't know if he was even aware that she was "straying", and we assume he didn't want her dead. Since she had a lover, we have to wonder about the strength of the husband's regard
Boatman-had no idea that crime was afoot, and merely has a fixed price for his service. Did she explain the situation? If she did, and the boatman remained unmoved, perhaps he should be bumped above the husband, but as many point out, he is merely doing his job, non-violently.


28-02-2017, 23:44

+3 -2  

all i know is that over all,i think it was the lovers fault,he new she was gonna die :(


28-02-2017, 23:24

+3 -3  



28-02-2017, 16:14

+2 -3  

i think this has me all wrong


28-02-2017, 14:44

+5 -6  

husband- should have kept her satisfied so she wouldnt have had an affair
wife- shouldnt have crossed the bridge to her death; she had a choice


28-02-2017, 14:19

+5 -2  

Not accurate at all!


28-02-2017, 13:45

+3 -2  

Wife (why is she being unfaithful in the first plave?), lover, husband, assassin, boatman


28-02-2017, 13:14

+2 -1  

wife - fun
husband - love
lover - sex
boatman - luck
assassin - money
humm its about right lol


28-02-2017, 13:14

+3 -1  

Lover - didn't help her by paying boatman
Assasin - committed the crime
Boatmen - should have taken her across anyway
Husband - didn't take her on the trip


28-02-2017, 13:09

+1 -2  

Most people don't like this quiz because it doesn't give them the results they expected. I find it to be very accurate, though: you judge most harshly the person who is most like yourself. But it's unconscious.


28-02-2017, 13:04

+3 -2  



28-02-2017, 12:54

+1 -2  

Completely backwards

Whitney Rose

28-02-2017, 12:52

+6 -2  

Assassin-he killed her, duh
Wife-she chose to have an affair
Lover-he refused to help her even though he knew she was going to be killed
Husband-he had no idea she was having an affair, its not his fault he didn't take her
Boatman-he was only doing his job, he had no idea there was an assassin


28-02-2017, 12:12

+2 -3  

husband, lover, wife, assassin, and boatman


27-02-2017, 11:21

+2 -3  



27-02-2017, 11:08

+2 -1  

so true...


27-02-2017, 10:18

+5 -5  

wife - it's your fault, stop cheating
assassin - don't kill people
lover - just let her stay
boatman - he needs to get paid somehow so not really guilty
husband - not his fault she has no self control
(the results are extremely inaccurate though)


27-02-2017, 10:18

+3 -4  

Assassin:he killed her
Husband:I felt like he set her up,knowing she was having an affair,maybe im paranoid
Wife:SHE had the affair
Lover:not really his fault,but he should have helped her
Boatman:not his fault.he has a business to run
Money, love, fun, sex and magic.I'm a realist.hahahaha

Broken Wings

27-02-2017, 10:02

+4 -1  

Assassin - He is the one who killed her, therefore, being the most responsible for her death.
Wife - She made her own decisions.
Lover - He could have easily prevented her death by paying for her.
Husband - Was it really so hard to take your nagging wife?
Boatman - He's doing his job.


26-02-2017, 21:29

+4 -3  

Husband-He left her alone so she wouldn't be in the way!
Lover-He didn't care and refused her her only chance to live
Boatman-He was greedy instead of doing a poor woman a favor
Assasin-He killed her but he was just doing his job
Wife-She didn't want to be in that spot in the first place


26-02-2017, 21:23

+3 -2  

It's obviously the assassin's fault because he commited the murder; however, I am not fully convinced that the husband, knowing the wife was unfaithful, didn't set her up!
Therefore, assassin, husband, wife, lover and boatman!


26-02-2017, 21:09

+3 -2  



26-02-2017, 20:43

+1 -3  

Husband-wouldn't take her along although she begged
Wife-cheated and didn't bring money with her
Lover-didn't actually care about anything except sex and wouldn't help her
Assassin-actually killed her for no apparent reason
Boatman-was just doing his job


26-02-2017, 20:29

+4 -1  

Don't agree with this one, in no way can you blame the husband coz he wasnt there!!! So that puts love at the bottom when really its just logic

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