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so, in your article you started out saying that you took it twice and was confused at the different results you got the second time. but how many people know the answers to the questions? because i took the test more times then i can count, and then finally choose to read each type until i found the one i related to the most. so maybe it's not the test we should be confused about so much as how well we understand ourselves? it's true that i'm both an introvert and extrovert but if you think about everyone is a percentage of all of them
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