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The Meyers-Briggs Test really was an eye - opener for me because it can tell
us how we process information and relate to our outside world. If I remember
correctly, there are sixteen varied combinations of personality. In my class,
we learned how we can fit teams together to get maximum results and how
administration can understand how to relate to various personalities. For
instance, the "Thinker" type doesn't give complements too readily nor do they
need them. Yet, the "Intuitive" needs feedback. The people who have their
attention in all places at once may be what the test calls Perceivers. They
can handle lots of stimuli coming in at one time and not get rattled. They
may seem messy and dis0rganized to others but the do have a handle on things.
My husband's desk is like that and it drives me nuts to find something on it!!
Ask you school counselor if they have the short version of the test and take
it. It is FUN!