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This is the least common Myers-Briggs personality type

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Thanks to quiz mania on the internet, you’ve likely given hours to figuring out everything from what your spirit animal is to how to spot an introvert. The OG marker, the Myers-Briggs personality test, details who you are based on whether you’re introverted or extroverted, intuitive or sensing, feeling or thinking, and perceiving or judging. According to the test, there are 16 different (and unique!) combinations.

But there’s one Myers-Brigg type that’s the rarest to get: INFJ.

According to Bustle, the introversion, intuition, feeling, and judging personality only makes up 1.5 percent of the millions of people who take the test (followed by ENTJ, INTJ, and ESFJ). These people are described by the quiz as quietly intense, insightful, seekers of harmony, inspiring, and sensitive. (Raise your hand if you’ve found a significant other with all of these reputable traits.)

The site 16 Personalities notes that INFJs are super unique in that they’re “soft-spoken, have very strong opinions, and will fight tirelessly for an idea they believe in.” Many go on to become diplomats (Hillary Clinton and Martin Luther King, Jr. are purported famous INFJs, according to Bustle), and truly believe in fighting for others. Who’s ready to join a women’s circle full of this personality type (and then take over the world)?

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