MBTI: Myers Briggs Type Indicator

Information about the MBTI, which stands for Myers Briggs Type Indicator.


MBTI, which stands for Myers Briggs Type Indicator, is a personality test that helps you know your communication style and how you interact with others. There are 16 kinds of MBTIs, and those are ISTJ, ISTP, ISFJ, ISFP, INFJ, INFP, INTJ, INTP, ESTP, ESTJ, ESFP, ESFJ, ENFP, ENFJ, ENTP, and ENTJ. Each letter represents a personality, and the four combinations are what best shows your character. But, we need to have in mind that these tests aren’t 100% accurate, so we shouldn’t be over-immersed by it, and keep in mind that it’s just for fun.

First, each MBTI starts with either an E or an I. And E represents extraversion or extrovert. An extrovert is someone who is more action-oriented, enjoys social interaction, and likes spending time with people. But, an I means introversion or introvert. An introvert is someone who is more thought-oriented, enjoys small social interactions, and feels recharged after spending time alone.

Next, the second letter in an MBTI is either an S or an N. A S means sensing, and those who prefer sensing pay more attention to reality, especially what they can learn from their senses. And an N stands for intuition. Those who prefer intuition pay more attention to things like patterns and impressions. They enjoy thinking about possibilities and imagining the future.

The third letter of an MBTI is either a T or an F. This focuses on how they make decisions based on the information they have. T stands for thinking, and people who have a T in their MBTI are consistent, logical, and impersonal when they are making decisions. But, people who are ‘F’ consider people and emotions when they make conclusions.

The last letter is either a J or a P. This involves how people deal with the outside world. J means judging, and they prefer structure and firm decisions, while P, or perceiving people are more open, flexible, and adaptable.