How do I know what type of socionics I have?

How do I know what type of socionics I have?

How to find your socionics type, a brief guide:

  1. Take a couple of socionics tests and write down your results.
  2. Fill out one of these questionnaires to receive feedback on your possible types.
  3. Read through all type descriptions and mark down those which describe you most accurately: Socionics Types.

Are socionics and MBTI the same?

Socionics also has a theory of relationships between types, which is absent from MBTI. Socionics makes a distinction between strengths and values, whereas in MBTI it is not clear that you can value something, yet be bad at doing it for yourself.

What is an Entp in socionics?

ENTps are interested in and talk about everything that is new and unusual even if it is not in their main field of knowledge. It is as if they are magnetised by all brand new theories and are fascinated by all phenomena that can not be explained with logic or reason, for example: ESP, telekinesis and UFO’s.

Is socionics better than MBTI?

Yes, it’s far better than the version of MBTI used by most people (letter dichotomies, stereotypes etc…). At the same time socionics can be correlated with the 8 functions model of MBTI, as long as you keep in mind the differences in nomenclature.

Is ILI INTp or Intj?

ILI, the intuitive logical introvert, is an INTJ in MBTI. You probably got confused with how they have a lowercase “p” for the four letter designation, as in INTp, in socionics. The first function is Ni, introverted intuition, which is a “p”erception function.

How many socionics are there?

Your sociotype influences many aspects of your life, including who you date and what career you pursue. There are a total of 16 sociotypes, all of which you can learn more about here. Please take some time to explore the site and see how learning about socionics and your sociotype can benefit you.

What is Ile personality?

The ILE is typically a “big picture” kind of person, and tends to speak in generalizations about both people and things, omitting any details he deems mundane or uninteresting. He is acutely aware of what interests and what bores him. This leads him to always search for novelty and surprising things.

Is Socionics the same as MBTI?