Saturday, 11 August 2007

My Personality Type: ENTP??

A friend alerted me to the personality test. So I checked it out.

My personality type: ENTP.

Those who know me well, what do you think? Any truth?

Click to view my Personality Profile page


Dan said...

Goodness! So high on extraverted? Weakest in Logical/Mathematical? Not very you. Did you cheat in the test? :p

Kar Yong said...

I guess this must be a result of doing PhD - it causes personality confusion, apart from head damage!

Well, I must say the one thing is accurate though: the score for being musical is extremely low!

rccnlj said...

Hmmm I pegged you for an ENTJ... But after reading the profiles, ENTP suits you... hehehe...

Anyways, agree wtih Dan.. Weakest in Logical/MAthematics?? Something wrong there..... :P

Kar Yong said...


Well, I did not "cheat" in the test...

As I say, the confusion all begins when you do PhD....

Perhaps some of you might be confused with the REAL me and the ACADEMIC side of me...hahaha

rccnlj said...


Sivin Kit said...

Im supposed to be an ENFP :-P

Kar Yong said...



rccnlj said...

You should read: or
I suppose it's quite an accurate description of you... :D

Sze Zeng said...

Careers that might suit you are:
Possible Career Paths for the ENTP:

-Sales Representatives
-Marketing Personnel
-Computer Programmer, Systems Analyst, or Computer Specialist

If you combine lawyer, psychologist, scientist, consultant... it's like almost a theologian-pastor. One who can articulate the faith sharply yet able to pastor people. Not bad a gift :)

Kar Yong said...

Don't forget Sales Rep and Marketing Personnel too - need to "sell" the gospel too...hahah

pearlie said...

I am back into this MBTI thing again!!! - but found this profile site and while reading it through, I thought you WILL be delighted to know what they say of you =)

"Clever" is the word that perhaps describes ENTPs best. The professor who juggles half a dozen ideas for research papers and grant proposals in his mind while giving a highly entertaining lecture on an abstruse subject is a classic example of the type.

Oh, don't play play!!