As enumerated in My True Type, there are myriad reasons why identifying one’s true personality type is not as easy as one might suspect. This is especially true for introverts, since the J-P nature of their dominant function is actually the inverse of their J-P preference. This, in conjunction with other variables, has generated ample type confusion, with countless INTJs mistyping as INTPs, and vice-versa. Such confusion has been furthered and perpetuated by popular personality tests that rely exclusively on generic J-P questions in attempt to distinguish these closely related types.
To combat this unfortunate proliferation of type confusion, we have developed The INTJ-INTP Type Clarifier™. Unlike other personality tests, this unique assessment is based on extensive research and observation of specific INTJ and INTP characteristics. If you are struggling to discern whether you are an INTJ or INTP, or simply want expert confirmation of your type, this assessment is essential. As an added bonus, you’ll receive a PDF document containing detailed explanations and rationales for all the test items.
Instant, online access to The INTJ-INTP Type Clarifier™
50 carefully researched questions designed to identify key INTJ-INTP differences, including those reflected in their social behavior, modes of cognition, and attitudes toward science, technology, relationships, work, authority, moral issues, etc.
Results delivered in a percentage format, allowing you to gauge the strength of your type preferences
A 23-page document containing rationales for each of the test items (a great learning opportunity!)
*Upon purchasing, you will receive an email with a test link. E-books come in 3 file formats (pdf, epub, mobi) for compatibility with all devices, including Kindle & Apple products.
“Cemented My Status as an INTP”
“I’ve always been rather skeptical of personality tests, but I must admit I was quite impressed with this one. Together with the rationales, this test cemented my status as an INTP and helped me better understand the key differences between these two types.”
Jeff B. writes:
“No personality test is perfect. Human beings are just too damn complex. But like Dr. Drenth’s books, this test was very beneficial. I highly recommend it to other INT types.”
Dr. S. Johnson writes:
“Really Appreciated the Rationales”
“More than anything, I really appreciated the rationales for the test items, which revealed the logic and reasoning behind them. Clearly, a great deal of thought was put into this assessment. I now feel more confident and informed about my type (INTP).”
“The Ultimate INTP-INTJ Test”
“This should have been called the “ultimate” INTP-INTJ test. If you’re unsure of your type, you should definitely take this test and read the explanations.”
Kate L. writes:
“Unlike Other Tests”
“This was unlike any other personality test I’ve taken (in a good way). Many of the questions were longer or more specific than other questionnaires. This made it harder, even for a type junkie like myself, to immediately know which response corresponded to each type. I also liked the rationales which bettered my understanding of these two types. Great work!”