Myers-Briggs: Are You Judging Or Perceiving?
Do you like to work from a to-do list?
- Yes, I don't know how I would get anything done without them!
- Usually, if I have a lot to accomplish in a short period of time
- Rarely, everything will get done eventually
- Sometimes, I generally just grab a scrap of paper nearby and jot down something quickly
Which vacation appeals to you the most?
- Visiting friends and family I haven't seen in a while
- An all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean
- Backpacking through Europe
- Anywhere, buy me a ticket and I'll be there!
Which of the following statements most accurately describes your work style?
- I like to see how the day unfolds and adjust accordingly
- I work best when under pressure
- I complete the most critical tasks and leave the rest for later
- I can't relax until completing everything I planned to do
At your worst, how would you be described?
Which milestone do you look forward to the most?
- Financial security
- Getting married... eventually
- A big promotion at work
- It changes every week
Do you tend to procrastinate?
- Always, I work better under pressure anyway
- Often, especially if I have a lot on my plate
- Rarely, I try to plan things out well
- Never, I hate putting things off until the last minute, it stresses me out!
Which of the following statements do you most identify with?
- Variety is the spice of life
- A place for everything and everything in its place
- The early bird gets the worm
- Take time to stop and smell the roses
Do you like surprises?
- I love them! So much excitement and fun.
- It depends on whether it's a good surprise or a bad one.
- I hate them. A surprise birthday party is my worst nightmare.
- The only good surprises are wedding proposals and found money.
How do you shop for presents for others?
- I pay attention to the things that they like in the months leading up to the occasion
- I ask them what they would like as a present
- I go shopping the night before and hope for the best
- You can never go wrong with a gift card!
Which of the following words best describe you?
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Myers Briggs Judging
Judging vs. Perceiving. Judging and Perceiving is preferences used in the Jungian Type Inventory. The naming is, unfortunately, a bit archaic as judging is more than evaluation and perceiving is not about looking at a thing. People with the Judging preference want things to be neat, orderly and established. The Perceiving preference wants things to be flexible and spontaneous. Judgers want things settled, Perceivers want thing open-ended Do you prefer a more structured and decided lifestyle (Judging) or a more flexible and adaptable lifestyle (Perceiving)? Take our quiz to find out.