This Judging vs. Perceiving quiz will help you discover more about your personality type. The world is filled with judging and perceiving types, and one characteristic is not necessarily better than the other. In fact, we all have both of these characteristics.
Which dominant characteristic you have, however, will reveal a lot of information about how you process information and think with regards to your surroundings.
Will you be a Judging Nurse, or will you be a Perceiving Nurse? Take the judging vs perceiving test below to find out now!
(NOTE: When you submit the quiz above, it will refresh this page. Make sure to scroll down to see your results!)
Now that you have all four letters of your personality type, you can click the one that relates to you to learn how it may relate to your nursing career. Keep reading further to learn the differences between Judgers and Perceivers.
The Introverted Types:
- INTJ: Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging
- ISTJ: Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging
- INFJ: Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging
- ISFJ: Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging
- INTP: Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving
- INFP: Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving
- ISTP: Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving
- ISFP: Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving
The Extroverted Types:
- ESTP: Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving
- ESTJ: Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging
- ESFP: Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving
- ESFJ: Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging
- ENFP: Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving
- ENFJ: Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging
- ENTP: Extroveted, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving
- ENTJ: Extroverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging
What Were Your Results? Are You an Thinker or Feeler?
Once you get the results for this quiz, you will have all four letters of your 4-letter personality type. You can now learn more about your nursing personality type by visint our page and clicking on your type. Also, be sure to check out our main nursing quizzes page for more fun tests and quizzes to help you succeed in nursing school and as a nurse.
If You’re a Judger…
As a person with the “judging” characteristic, you like to make definite plans and stick to them. You are generally the type of person who likes to make lists, whether it be a “to-do list,” a grocery list, or whatever. You also like to make “pros and cons” lists sometimes to help you make decisions between two possible options.
You are likely to live an organized life. You like to stick to a schedule and probably have a relatively neat home, although it can get messy if you get busy and don’t have time to clean. You may make spreadsheets, use calendars, software, or short lists to help you stay focused and organized. You like to feel that you are managing everything well, and being organized helps you accomplish this.
You also like to make firm decisions. If you have a decision hanging over your head, it often bothers you. You will often feel the need to make time to properly research and analyze your options, so you can feel comfortable making a final decision. Once you have researched everything, you can finally put an end to the indecisiveness and move forward.
You like to operate your life based on a schedule or routine. You may like to follow a regular daily pattern, and it can bother you to get out of your routine. You also tend to be very punctual. It probably bothers you quite a bit to be late to some event.
This personality characteristic is in contrast to the “perceiving” type, in which people tend to live spontaneously, and prefer to live life as it comes. In fact, they may rarely plan or make lists, and they usually prefer to work under pressure.
If You’re a Perceiver…
As a person with the “perceiving” characteristic, you generally like to live life in a care-free manner. You usually don’t like to make extensive plans, and prefer to just “wing-it.” You tend to be very adaptable to any given situation. You probably won’t make “to-do lists” very often.
You are likely to live a somewhat disorganized life, at least internally. You probably have a relatively messy or unorganized home or office space, although this is not true for all perceivers. This personality characteristic is in contrast to the “judging” type, in which people tend to live in a more organized and controlled manner. You also tend to procrastinate with deadlines and tasks, but will get a burst of energy when something has to be done.
You’re also the type that may be late to work, miss meetings, and forget minor details or deadlines.
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