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Kevin Pintauro November 21, 2006 RSP 120 I have taken the MBTI test a few times in my life and every time that I have taken it I have gotten a different evaluation. This could mean that I have either changed as a person during my life or that the test isn’t that accurate for everyone. But for the sake of argument I will take my most current rating of “ENFP” and apply it to the following essay. As an extroverted, intuitive, feeling perceiver, I personally have found myself to be one to be relatively indifferent to my assignments at school and responsibilities that I otherwise don’t take a personal interest to (who does?). In the rare case in school, where a topic of personal interest is being discussed, I voice my opinion forcefully and “intuitively” in insightful ways that are often unexpected to my peers and teachers, and sometimes even to myself. In such a situation, I often find myself in a “spotlight of attention” where whatever I say is either listened to closely or taken literally. It is in this “center of attention” that I feel most comfortable and thrive in; thus my extroverted personality style. I learn best when in a group environment (or classroom) where group discussion or debate is encouraged. My out of the box ideas, which often arise from my intuition, can give a different perspective or method of doing something. I am able to work well
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course RSP 120 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '08 term at Creighton.

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