"Best-Fit-Type" is the term used to describe the process you go through to decide which of the 16 Myers-Briggs® personality types fits you the best.
Discovering your true personality type is more involved than just taking a test because many assessments, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), are reputed to be only ~ 65% accurate. Thus just taking a test is not going to guarantee you have the correct type for yourself.
Experts in the type community use a term for when you take a personality assessment without spending enough time verifying your type. They call it "Test and Tell." Their biggest concern is that a person could choose the wrong type and then use information about the wrong type and become confused or worse, make bad decisions.
Linda Berens, Ph.D. who has trained thousands of people in the Myers-Briggs assessment began to see the problem with people just being given the test and then told what their type is.
To avoid the "Test and Tell" approach, Linda developed what has come to be known as the Multi-Lens Model for determining one's correct personality type.
Practitioners around the world have been trained in this method.
The Multi Lens Model involves:
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