This tool is a result of an statistical analysis that was described in detail: see the previous post: Strengths Correlations with the MBTI

The Strengths to MBTI Converter takes the results of Gallup’s StrengthsFinder Full 34 “Theme Sequence” and calculates the corresponding MBTI profile.

The converter looks at individual Strengths that correspond to the four dichotomies in MBTI.  For a fuller description of each dichotomy visit

The four dichotomies are as follows:

Introversion vs. Extroversion
Sensing vs. Intuition
Thinking vs Feeling
Judging vs. Perceiving

The converter has proven approximately 75% accurate (n=15) which corresponds to MBTI and StrengthsFinders own reliability scores.

The results show the relative score for each dichotomy.  The lower the number, the more likely that your Strengths correspond to that MBTI type.  For example, if you have an Extroversion score of 50 and an Introversion score of 11 your MBTI type is set to “Introvert.”

Open your Full 34 Report. Select all the text in the report (Ctrl+A) and copy and paste your Full 34 “Theme Sequence” report here.

Your MBTI is
Below are the scores for each dichotomy. The lower score determines the value of each dichotomy. The larger the difference of scores in each dichotomy indicates the clarity or confidence in that designation.
E vs. I
S vs. N
T vs. F
J vs. P
Post your results below. Did the tool accurately predict your MBTI type? To improve the tool, I am eager to increase my sample size and so welcome anyone to share with me their Full34 and MBTI profile. If you would like to add your profiles to my database you can either post the information in the comments below or email me at Thank you!