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Type Trivia

Type Trivia

By Donna Dunning

Donna DunningWhich 2 four-letter types did psychologists rate as least likely to have trouble in school?

Last week I posted about the 3 types rated by psychologists as most likely to have trouble in school. At the other end of the rankings are types that are least likely to have trouble.

Who do you think would fit well into the structured, hierarchical, traditional approach typically used by educational systems?

The two types are ENFJ and ISFJ.

Does either of these types surprise you?

I am not surprised that both types are FJs, who tend to comply with social norms and work cooperatively with others.

What do you think?

Resources

Introduction to Type and Learning can help you find your motivation for learning and help you learn more effectively.

If you live in the USA, Introduction to Type and Learning is also available on Kindle.

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One Response to “Type Trivia”

  1. This is s funny. My daughter is EFJ and my son is IFJ. Also, even though experts say the function isn’t stable until 13 years old, i’m almost positive daughter is ENFJ and son is ISFJ. Behavior wise, they do very well in school. My son struggles with this reading but they both want to do well.

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