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The group goes silent.“Get out of the circle,” a woman whispers.
Everyone in this group took the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a personality test.
If you are serious about finding a match, e is an excellent choice.
Online matchmaking site uses “29 key dimensions that help predict compatibility and the potential for relationship success.” Their system was developed by Dr.
Neil Clark Warren, who studied thousands of marriages to develop his “predictive model of compatibility.” Do such scientific methods work? However, scientific personality tests completed with the guidance of a trained researcher do not have 100 percent accuracy (it’s closer to 75 percent).
They all tested as the same type (one that tends to be introverted), joined an online group for others who got the same result, and decided to meet up.
Which explains why they’re meeting in an empty food court: It’s perfect for a group of people who like quietude.