ENTPs like intellectual challenges, and prefer autonomy to come up with their own ideas. They value competence in diverse areas, and learn best through dialogue, critique, and debate. They like to create and learn from conceptual models.
They find it hard to apply themselves to necessary details, and prefer to study in groups. They regularly read serious, non-required material, and write best when they can talk out their first drafts. When they are revising their writing, they need to fill in missing facts and eliminate highly complex and rambling concepts.
They usually seek out social groups, athletic events, or the student union, and may complain about inflexible roommates who "get in their way". They often date in groups around activities, and their need for play may interfere with getting work done.
They may get overwhelmed trying to do it all, and may not notice early signs of stress. Impulsive energy may distract them from realities. And they may have difficulty setting priorities, and may commit to unwise projects or fail to finish those chosen.
They are naturally one of the most assertive of the types in college. Their natural impulsive energy can be harnessed to deal with challenges. They must pay attention to their own physical needs, and learn to decide what is truly important. They should learn to follow through on projects.
Produced for Thinkquest Internet Challenge 2000.
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