The Myers-Briggs Model of Personality is based on four preferences. extraversion (E) or introversion (I). sensing (S) or intuition (N). thinking (T) or feeling (F). and judgment (J) or perception (P). The four preferences are placed in different combinations to form a four-letter personality type code that identifies an individual’s personality (DeFruyt et al., 2009). MBTI helps individuals identify their personalities by focusing on four areas. where an individual focuses their attention. how they take in information. how they make decisions based on the collected information. and how they deal with their community (Myers, 2014). In essence, based on the model, there are only 16 personality types as shown in Appendix I. The indicator only determines preferences that form personality but does not measure character, trait, or ability.