MBTI reflection

MBTI reflection - Elise Kim 10/25/10 UNIV 100 Lapanne MBTI...

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Elise Kim 10/25/10 UNIV 100 Lapanne MBTI It was interesting to see my MBTI results because it was surprising how accurate and inaccurate the results were. For example, I was surprised when I saw that I scored 11 for “sensing”. “Sensing” people use their five senses to be in the moment and “intuition” people like to look at patterns for potential possibilities. I disagree with my results because I don’t use my five senses to take in information. I like to see patterns and look at the big picture to predict my future potentials. However, even though I prefer to be an “intuition” person, maybe I am more of a “sensing” individual unintentionally. Because I have not discovered this obvious part of me, it will help me in the future, because it will help me learn more about myself. In addition, with this “sensing” ability, I will be able to use it during my veterinary practices when I have to diagnose animals and their sickness. Last week, when I was taking the test, I remember feeling like I was contradicting myself when it came to organization and planning. I kept saying that I like to plan events
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