After taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Personality Type Test, my results revealed that my personality best fit that of “the nurturer.” The nurturer takes their responsibilities seriously, learns by doings hands-on activities, and has a difficult time saying “no.” I completely agree with the personality test because this is an accurate description of my characteristics.The personality test comments on the nurturer taking their responsibilities seriously as shown in “The ISFJ feels a strong sense of responsibility and duty. They take their responsibilities very seriously and can be counted on to follow through.
” I strongly agree with this statement because to be responsible is to be trustworthy, proficient, and dependable and those are three things that I value in myself and in others. Another statement that I also agree with is that “ISFJ learn by doing, rather than by reading about something in a book, or applying theory.” This is proven true through self-reflection and other family members observing my character traits. In the classroom, I find that I learn better by doing activities that involve me using my hands and practicing a skill over and over. For example, I learn a song easier and faster through repetition.