Find out what's your animal personality type

There are many personality quizzes and tests that exist, but the Myers-Briggs test is considered to be the definitive indicator of personalities. What many people don’t know is that each result of the quiz has a corresponding animal.

Each person who does the test receives their results in the form of four letters.

Each of these letters indicates the person’s worldview, how they process information, their decision-making process, and their thought structure.

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PERSONALITY ANIMALS

The letters people can get are E or I depending on whether they are extroverted or introverted, S or N depending on whether they use sense or intuition, T or F depending on whether they make decisions by thinking or feeling, and J or P depending on whether their thoughts are based on judging or perceiving.

Each personality type has a corresponding animal that symbolizes it. The pairs are as follows:

INTP: Owl

ESTP: Fox

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ISFP: Sloth

ENTJ: Lion

ISFJ: Deer

INTJ: Octopus

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ISTP: Cat

ESFP: Otter

INFJ: Wolf

ENFP: Dolphin

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ESTJ: Honey Bee

ISTJ: Beaver

ENFJ: Dog

INFP: Meerkat

ENTP: Parrot

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ANOTHER WAY TO MEASURE PERSONALITY

Besides the Myers-Briggs test, people can evaluate their personality by looking at the shape of their toes and feet.

The four types of feet are square, common, stretched, and flame. People with square feet are believed to be thinkers whereas those with common feet are curious adventurers.

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People with stretched feet are unpredictable and have mood swings. Lastly, those with flame feet are active and enjoy sports.

CHANGE IS COMING

Although the Myers-Briggs test is used to define personality traits, many people have been wondering if it is possible to change one’s personality type over time.

Although one can try to work on aspects of one’s personality, it has been found that one’s core personality type will always remain the same.

This should not stop people who would like to change the negative aspects of their personality such as bad habits and anger management issues.