Here’s How Good You Are at Notetaking, Based on Your Personality Type

Some people are natural note takers, while others become a bit annoyed having to write things done. Here is how good at notetaking you are, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are often even better at writing than they are at expressing themselves out loud. They sometimes enjoy being able to process information by taking notes and keeping track of it this way. INFJs don’t mind behaviors that are a little tedious like this, and might even feel like it keeps them distracted. They often enjoy being able to record things and might even like keeping a diary of sorts. For the INFJ having a place to put down the words that they feel or think, is definitely helpful for them.

ENFJ

ENFJs often take notes to keep things recorded and so they can keep track of everything. They often have so many thoughts and ideas running around inside of their minds that it can be challenging to keep track of everything. ENFJs also seem to juggle a lot of tasks in order to take care of everyone, so being able to take notes can often help them keep it all together. ENFJs can often take very clear and well organized notes, which will ultimately be very helpful.

INFP

INFPs aren’t often fans of required notetaking, but they enjoy writing things down for themselves. When they want to express themselves sometimes writing it out can help them process the information without having to stress about in the moment. INFPs might not enjoy notetaking when it is a school requirement or something they are forced to deal with. They simple enjoy being able to take their time on something in order to write down the information they have learned.

ENFP

ENFPs aren’t really fans of taking notes and often become annoyed when they have to. They don’t like having to be organized and prefer to process information in their own way. ENFPs can often remember what they have heard, especially if they are trying to mentally take note. They simply don’t like having to write things down and might become annoyed by this. If they want to write something out from their own inner minds, then that is an entirely different story.

 

INTJ

INTJs are often great at notetaking, and might even enjoy being able to keep information recorded in this way. Having things written down not only helps them to remember, it also helps them process things in a different way. Sometimes simply taking notes can help the INTJ come to their own conclusions about the information that they otherwise might not have. They are definitely excellent at notetaking, and don’t mind the tedium of the process.

ENTJ

ENTJs are often great at notetaking and might even enjoy processing information this way. They like being able to record everything in case they need to come back to that piece of information someday. ENTJs are organized people who like being able to keep record of everything in order to make sure they handle their work efficiently. Oftentimes notetaking is a helpful way for them to process information and even come to new conclusions about what is in front of them.

INTP

INTPs often enjoy notetaking as a way to process their information and sometimes even explore new ideas this way. While INTPs are seen as less organized than some other types, this isn’t entirely true. They have their own personal way of organization, which just isn’t always understood by others. For them taking notes can help them process information, since their inner minds can be so active that it is difficult to find ways to express their thoughts clearly.

ENTP

ENTPs aren’t often fans of notetaking and usually prefer to keep information inside of their heads. They might be listening to a lecture and have information they need to recall, but the ENTP is often good at processing everything in their own way. They might even prefer to observe and then do their own research before actually taking notes. ENTPs will be capable of notetaking if they feel it is necessary, but most of the time they don’t feel the need.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are often excellent at notetaking and prefer to keep things organized. They often like being able to keep information written down so that they can process everything and make sure to remember it. ISTJs simply prefer to make sure everything is organized in a way that will allow them to be more efficient. They also like keeping record of things, since this helps them clarify certain information to others.

ESTJ

ESTJs are definitely good at notetaking when they have to be, since they do enjoy being organized. If they feel like they need to keep meticulous notes, then they will make sure to take down the information being presented to them. ESTJs can often process these things on their own, but taking notes can be a helpful way to come back to it later on.

ISFJ

ISFJs are often excellent at notetaking and might even enjoy keeping things organized in this manner. They don’t like to forget anything, but they can often have so many requests and tasks at once that they do need to write everything down. The ISFJ would rather take notes and make sure they know the information in front of them, rather than struggle to remember later on.

ESFJ

ESFJs are often good at taking notes when they have to be, and can keep things very organized. They like to make sure that they don’t forget anything important, especially when they have expectations placed on them. Whether they are taking down notes so that they remember their daily tasks, or if they are listening to an important school lecture- ESFJs are often excellent at taking down detailed and helpful notes.

 

ISTP

ISTPs are rarely fans of taking notes, and would rather live in the present moment. They soak up the information presented to them and dislike having to keep it recorded. ISTPs aren’t always the most organized or meticulous people, and can often become bored rather easily. Taking notes is rarely something they enjoy doing, so they would much rather process the information in their own way.

ESTP

ESTPs aren’t often fans of taking notes, and usually prefer to do things on their own time. If they have certain daily things they need to remember, the ESTP will rarely take notes for this. They would rather live in the moment and get things done the way they see fit. When it comes to taking notes in school the ESTP might be surprisingly meticulous about this, so that they can remember every detail and even come back to it later on.

ISFP

ISFPs aren’t often fans of taking notes, unless they can find a fun way to do this. They might take down the notes in different colors, in order to make the experience more artistic. ISFPs simply don’t like having to keep everything organized and prefer to enjoy living in the moment. If they have to take notes they can but most of the time the ISFP would rather observe their surroundings rather than record them.

ESFP

While ESFPs aren’t always seen as organized people, they often enjoy taking notes. They like being able to write down the important things so that they can remember them later on. Since they aren’t naturally organized this often helps the ESFP to remember and record things they would normally forget. For ESFPs taking ntoes can be a good way to get things done, and might even help them express themselves.

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