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The Hogwarts House of Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

Have you ever wondered if there was a connection between your Myers-Briggs personality type and your Hogwarts House? Well, today you can wonder no more! We’re exploring the most-likely Hogwarts House for each personality type, focusing on the strengths that both your type and your specific house bring to the table.

Keep in mind, these are your most likely Hogwarts houses. Any type can belong in ANY Hogwarts house because each of us are individuals that are shaped by many life experiences that make us unique.

You can also find out your Hogwarts House on Pottermore.

Not sure what your personality type is? Take our new personality questionnaire here. Or you can take the official MBTI® here.

The ENFP – Most Likely Choice: Gryffindor
Second-Most Likely: Hufflepuff

As an ENFP you have a natural desire to stick up for the underdogs of the world. You hate seeing anyone mistreated and become fiery and outspoken in the defense of the oppressed. Your creative, adventurous soul is the perfect fit for Gryffindor, although you also might find a welcome home in Hufflepuff, where kindness and fairness prevail. Your fierce devotion to your cause, your impulsive nature, and strong moral compass naturally make you a perfect fit for the Gryffindor family.

Read This Next: What It Means to be an ENFP Personality Type

The ENTP – Most Likely Choice: Slytherin
Second-Most Likely: Ravenclaw

According to Albus Dumbledore, Slytherin students were known for their cleverness, resourcefulness, determination, and a “certain disregard for rules.” If these words don’t describe an ENTP I don’t know what does! ENTPs will find their curiosity, ambition, and innovation prized in the Slytherin house. They also might enjoy debating theories and perplexing ideas in the Ravenclaw home as an alternative.

The INFP – Most Likely Choice: Hufflepuff
Second-Most Likely: Gryffindor

Kind-hearted and compassionate, you will find a welcome home in Hufflepuff, where empathy for the underdogs overcomes quests for power. You love Hufflepuff for its openness, honesty, and egalitarian nature. You thrive in this house because it prioritizes patience, kindness, and variety. Hufflepuff isn’t a place for “cliques” and bravado. It’s a place of honor, loyalty, and good-will – values that you strive to embody as an INFP.

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The INTP – Most Likely Choice: Ravenclaw
Second-Most Likely: Slytherin

When I surveyed people about their Myers-Briggs type and their Hogwarts house, INTPs were the only type who all identified with one house: Ravenclaw. This comes as no surprise considering Ravenclaw is all about wisdom over ambition, curiosity over impulsiveness, and brains over brawn. INTPs like you will find your mind stimulated in this intellectual house where your eagerness to learn will finally be matched by others.

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The ENFJ – Most Likely Choice: Gryffindor
Second-Most Likely: Hufflepuff

As an ENFJ you have a strong desire to catalyze others towards growth and transformation. You believe in standing up for others, doing what is right, and following your moral compass – all things that embody a Gryffindor. Your outspoken, chivalrous nature means that you’re willing to fight for your cause and speak up against tyranny. That said, some ENFJs might find their allegiances at Hufflepuff, where loyalty, kindness, and sympathy prevail.

The ENTJ – Most Likely Choice: Slytherin
Second-Most Likely: Ravenclaw

Slytherin house rewards individuals who are cunning, ambitious, creative, and determined. Success-oriented and visionary, you fit perfectly into this house. You are driven to achieve great things and don’t shy away from a challenge – something that embodies Slytherins. Many of your type are also drawn towards powerful leadership positions – a driving force of the Slytherin. That said, many ENTJs also find their perfect home in Ravenclaw – an intellectually curious, competitive environment where knowledge is prized above all.

The INFJ – Most Likely Choice: Ravenclaw
Second-Most Likely: Hufflepuff

Contemplative, visionary, and creative – Ravenclaw is the perfect fit for your curious, deep-thinking mind. Ravenclaws are unique and enjoy thinking outside the box, prizing wisdom over glory and brains over brawn. As a deeply analytical type this house fits like a glove. However, many INFJs also get sorted into Hufflepuff, where their empathy, kindness, and patient nature can be wielded to help the underdogs of the wizarding world.

Read This Next: 3 Weird and Wonderful Secrets About the INFJ

The INTJ – Most Likely Choice: Ravenclaw
Second-Most Likely: Slytherin

When I surveyed my INTJ readers about their Hogwarts houses, the results were nearly tied between Ravenclaw and Slytherin. In fact, if there was a “Slytherclaw” house that would be truly ideal. Intellectual, analytical, and cunning – both of these houses would be an ideal fit for INTJs. The eager quest for knowledge that defines INTJs is also a defining force of the Ravenclaw house. The ambition and resourcefulness of the Slytherin house is also a defining strength of this type.

Read This Next: 7 Reasons Why You Need an INTJ Friend in Your Life

The ESFP – Most Likely Choice: Gryffindor
Second-Most Likely: Hufflepuff

Standing up for the weak, acting on your impulses, trusting your heart – these are all things that embody Gryffindors and ESFPs as well. This house is perfect for you as it takes advantage of your resourcefulness, bravery, and desire to stand up for others. You don’t mind taking risks in defense of your values and you can even be reckless when you’re driven to protect others.

The ESTP – Most Likely Choice: Gryffindor
Second-Most Likely: Slytherin

You have strong-willed, relentless desire to fight for what you believe in. Or just fight. Either way, Gryffindor takes advantage of your strong instincts, bravery, and desire for action. You enjoy standing up for others, defending the powerless, and daring others to take you on. Your nerve, resourcefulness, and sometimes hot-headed nature will serve you well in this house. That said, your ambition and natural cunning nature could also serve you well in Slytherin.

The ISFP – Most Likely Choice: Gryffindor
Second-Most Likely: Hufflepuff

People may underestimate you because of your reserved, enigmatic nature – but you’re meant for great things. You believe in fighting for the underdogs and preserving the rights of the oppressed. Achievement is thrilling, but you’re more drawn to defending your cause, no matter the cost. Your nerve, loyalty, and determination to protect others make you the quintessential Gryffindor. However, many of your type also find Hufflepuff to be more their style. In Hufflepuff you can fight your values behind-the-scenes, uniting with deep but kind-hearted misfits who patiently improve the wizarding world.

The ISTP – Most Likely Choice: Ravenclaw
Second-Most Likely: Gryffindor

When I surveyed my readers about their Hogwarts houses, ISTPs nearly tied between Ravenclaw, Gryffindor, and Slytherin. ISTPs prize wisdom, creativity, and cleverness – all things that house Ravenclaw emulates. They also have the bravery and impulsivity that embody Gryffindor house. This versatile, mysterious type can adapt to several different houses as long as their brains, need for autonomy, and restless energy are satisfied.

The ESFJ – Most Likely Choice: Hufflepuff
Second-Most Likely: Gryffindor

Loyal, kind, and reliable – as an ESFJ you were tailor-made for house Hufflepuff. You believe in working hard to take care of your community, and you’re less-concerned with being in the spotlight than you are with teamwork and fair treatment. As a Hufflepuff you believe in keeping your word, sparing people’s feelings, and working hard to create unity and camaraderie in a group.

The ESTJ – Most Likely Choice: Slytherin
Second-Most Likely: Gryffindor

Courageous, resourceful, and ambitious – House Slytherin gives you a chance to show the world your unique leadership capabilities. As an ESTJ you prize determination, hard-work, and loyalty – all things that are revered in Slytherin. Sure, you might get power hungry sometimes – but that’s only because you quickly see how to make things efficient and effective. If you’re not sure about Slytherin, Gryffindor is an excellent second option. Many ESTJs wind up in Gryffindor because of their courage, chivalry, and desire to do what’s right for their community.

The ISFJ – Most Likely Choice: Hufflepuff
Second-Most Likely: Gryffindor

You want to be in a house where kindness, community, and fair-treatment rule the day. Because of that, Hufflepuff is a perfect fit for you. Here you are able to work hard to preserve your community, tend to the less fortunate, and, if necessary, fight for justice. The loyal and dependable nature of Hufflepuffs is something you emulate and also admire in your peers.

The ISTJ – Most Likely Choice: Hufflepuff
Second-Most Likely: Slytherin

As an ISTJ you believe in justice, nobility, and loyalty. These are all virtues that are prized in Hufflepuff and make you feel especially at home here. You believe in doing the hard work that preserves communities, values, and honorable traditions. Your type is usually less concerned with chasing the spotlight than patiently fighting for fairness and truth. That said, some ISTJs find Slytherin more to their liking. In Slytherin they can use their resourcefulness, wit, and loyalty to achieve new heights of power.

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Myers-Briggs® Types Sorted Into Their Hogwarts Houses

Each of the four Hogwarts houses in Harry Potter tends to group together students who share similar character traits. Gryffindors are known for their bravery, Slytherins for their cunning, Hufflepuffs for their generosity, and Ravenclaws for their curiosity. Similarly, the Myers-Briggs® Type Indicator offers a set of sixteen different personality "types".

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Each of the MBTI® types is unique, even if some traits overlap. The Hogwarts houses also have something unique to offer, and no two students are the same, even if the Sorting Hat believes they are. For example, Gryffindor traits extend beyond just bravery, and though Harry is courageous, he's almost Sorted into Slytherin.

Updated on July 19th, 2021 by Svetlana Sterlin: The personality types of Hogwarts houses' students vary just as much as they do in real life. Even within each of the MBTI® types, no two people are the same. Like Harry, Hermione may seem like she fits into another house, like Ravenclaw, but her other traits tell the Hat that she's a Gryffindor. This is a broad guide of the characters of Harry Potter and their personality types, according to the Myers-Briggs® Indicator.

ESTJ - Slytherin

ESTJs are known for their strong ambition. Not much can stop them from fighting for a cause that they are passionate about, and for the most part, they're fearless individuals. These traits make them perfectly fit for the house of Slytherin.

While Slytherins and ESTJs are often perceived as being strict and authoritative, once people get to know them, they let their shells crack a little. With their sense of bold leadership, honesty, and desire for achievement, ESTJs are likely to be sorted into Slytherin.

ISTJ - Slytherin

Like the ESTJ, the ISTJ is a good fit for Slytherin. This Myers-Briggs® type is often extremely honest and direct with their peers in a way that is meant to be helpful, yet can sometimes come across as crude to those who favor politeness over authenticity. This describes the way Slytherins try to flaunt their House pride and family values.

Severus Snape, one of the most notable Slytherins, is himself an ISTJ. He's a good example of an ISTJ who is cold on the outside but has a softer, more emotional side that he hides inside.

ENTP - Gryffindor

ENTPs are known for their bravery and outspoken nature, which can sometimes get them in trouble. Even though they're quite charming, ENTPs - like Gryffindors - can be reckless. Their fearlessness, combined with a proclivity for the comical, does not always serve their purposes.

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Fred and George Weasley are classic examples of Gryffindors who are ENTPs. It makes sense that they would open up a joke shop in the middle of a war, and it showcases the ENTP's inherent desire to spread all that is good - love, peace, joy, and kindness.

ESTP - Gryffindor

ESTPs are some of the bravest individuals, which makes them perfect for the house of Gryffindor. Extremely passionate about their beliefs, ESTPs have no shame when it comes to expressing their opinions, and they couldn't care less about how others might perceive their energetic nature.

Gryffindors, along with ESTPs, are often described as loud individuals who will fight - like the Gryffindor lion - for what they believe in. ESTPs are usually very hands-on and prefer to be active. One of the most notable Gryffindors who's an ESTP is Ginny Weasley.

ESFP - Hufflepuff

ESFPs are charismatic people who are often described as social butterflies. They tend to have large social circles and are usually the most at ease in public settings. One of Hufflepuff's key traits is loyalty, so it makes sense that they would enjoy the company of other people.

Hufflepuffs, like ESFPs, are some of the most welcoming students one will find at Hogwarts. They stand out from the rest of the student body, in much the same way ESFPs are willing to help others feel comfortable and entertained.

INTP - Ravenclaw

INTPs are a great fit for the Ravenclaw House because of their individuality and high intellect. The INTP is usually known for their knowledgeability, which is a great help to them in Hogwarts classes.

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INTPs wouldn't feel at home anywhere the way they would with Ravenclaws. These academically driven students are curious and always want to learn more about their world, just like INTPs.

INFP - Ravenclaw

INFPs are known for their rich imaginations and endless creativity. They are often bookish in nature and love to get lost in the works of an excellent novel. Some of the INFP's traits overlap with INTPs, which is why they'd both feel at home in Ravenclaw.

Luna Lovegood is both a Ravenclaw and an INFP, and perfectly exemplifies the traits of both of these types. Luna is known for her dreamy nature, and INFPs often find the worlds inside their own heads more interesting than the real world around them.

ISFP - Hufflepuff

ISFPs are known for being kind and warm-hearted. Many people gravitate towards ISFPs because their quiet yet giving nature makes them excellent listeners and thus brilliant friends. Even though they're introverted, they are generous and patient.

Some of Hufflepuff's more overlooked traits include dedication and their passion for justice and hard work. With their feeling - as opposed to a judging - nature, the ISFP can find no better Hogwarts house to call home than Hufflepuff.

ENFP - Gryffindor

ENFPs are known for their outgoing and quirky nature. They are known to be giving, but they wouldn't fit in quite so well with Hufflepuff. ENFPs are also known for their bravery, which is Gryffindor's trademark quality. They'll tick up for what they believe in with little thought for the consequences, even if it means others will disagree with or reject them.

ENFPs are also creative people who find excitement in new processes. This is why they would best fit in with Gryffindors, who often throw rules out the window. Still, like all of the other MBTI® types, this is a unique and admirable group of people.

ESFJ - Hufflepuff

Like the ESFP, ESFJs are known for being social butterflies and have no trouble befriending new people. ESFJs have the ability to see good traits in everyone they meet, though sometimes their blind trust can lead them to be taken advantage of.

Often described as mature, caring, and nurturing, ESFJs usually look out for their friends. They want others to feel comfortable, satisfied, and at ease, which aligns with Hufflepuff's values perfectly.

ENTJ - Slytherin

ENTJs are known for saying exactly what they're thinking, even if what they are thinking might come across as harsh. ENTJs are determined to a nearly terrifying degree, like the former Slytherin Voldemort. On the flip side, their ambition can lead them to great success in positive ways, too.

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While Voldemort is an example of an evil ENTJ, Alastor Moody represents a more honorable ENTJ, though his Hogwarts House is unknown.

ENFJ - Gryffindor

ENFJs are known for their leadership skills, which is also something Gryffindors are known for. Though some, like Harry, are reluctant leaders, they have a natural knack for it anyway. When the time is right, ENFJs and Gryffindors aren't afraid to express their feelings.

ENFJs feel that there's no time to be anything but honest and authentic, which makes them trustworthy and dependable. Dumbledore is a prominent ENFJ at Hogwarts, and though it takes him a while to be honest, he always strives to make others feel safe and cared about, like a true leader.

ISTP - Gryffindor

ISTPs are known for their bravery and natural charm. Harry himself is a classic example of an ISTP, and of course, he is the most notable Gryffindor. ISTPs are known for being physical beings, which would make them great additions to the Quidditch team.

ISTPs, like Gryffindors, are some of the most suitable people for battling villains like Voldemort. Though staff and students from all Houses participate in the Battle of Hogwarts, the core group involved in destroying Horcruxes are Gryffindors; Neville slays Nagini, Harry defeats Voldemort, and Hermione and Ron go to the Chamber of Secrets to use Basilisk venom to destroy non-living Horcruxes.

ISFJ - Hufflepuff

ISFJs are often kind and pleasant people, which is what Hufflepuffs are known for. They are giving and loyal individuals who are reluctant to speak ill of others. Of course, this isn't true for every Hufflepuff, as seen when Harry is an outcast in his second and fourth years at Hogwarts. However, when tested, Hufflepuffs will return to their core values.

Because of their willingness to see the good in everyone, they find it easy to form strong friendships. Cedric Diggory is often described as an ISFJ because of his charismatic warmth and likeability. He's also a prominent Hufflepuff.

INFJ - Ravenclaw

INFJs are known for their warmth and wisdom. Constantly wanting to learn new things, this group will study everything from the people around them to each book in the library (even in the restricted section). Sometimes, their wisdom can be overbearing and intimidating to others.

Yet, when it comes down to it, INFJs are friendly and caring. Luna Lovegood and Cho Chang are two of the most prominent Ravenclaws who showcase these INFJ traits, but they're also quite approachable people.

INTJ - Slytherin

INTJs are brilliant thinkers who have no trouble getting others to follow their lead. They stand tall with their heads held high and are extremely stubborn in their beliefs. This describes some strong-willed Slytherins like Malfoy, Voldemort, and even Snape.

Despite his mishaps, their cleverness and persuasiveness are undeniable. Whether or not these traits are used for better or worse depends upon the individual, but INTJs certainly aren't all evil like Voldemort is.

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Personality types according to Myers-Briggs: who are you from Harry Potter


Even Grandpa Jung suggested that four main psychological functions help a person's perception: thinking, feeling, intuition and sensation. This idea was developed by Catherine Briggs and her daughter Isabelle Briggs-Myers and created their famous Myers-Briggs typology. This system helps to determine the individual qualities and characteristics of each person, depending on his belonging to one of the 16 personality types.

We invite you to get to know your type better, and at the same time find a soulmate from the Harry Potter universe 💫 First, take a personality test (there are a lot of them in the public domain on the Internet), and then read the description of your character 👇

Lily Potter — ESFJ

ESFJ's real talent is incredible communication skills. Seriously, they can make friends with anyone! And they are people with a heart of gold, so it is not surprising that everyone likes them. They are actually very kind and honest, ready to fight for the truth to the last. If the ESFJ find themselves in the thick of a magical war, they will fight valiantly for the rights of all wizards and Muggles, just like Lily Potter did.

Severus Snape - ISTJ

Severus Snape is a cunning and resourceful wizard who knows his own worth. He's a rather quiet and serious person who won't put up with stupid wand waving in class!

He is an introvert and prefers to work alone, but always for a higher purpose. Snape thinks rationally and plans all his moves two steps ahead. Snape's only purpose in life was to ensure the safety of Lily's child at all costs, without sparing his own life for this, and this is the main proof that he is an ISTJ.

Rubeus Hagrid — ISFP

Cute Hagrid won the hearts of all the viewers from the moment he broke the door of that old house. Hagrid, as a true ISFP, allows other people to be in the spotlight, while he himself remains in the background. And he always avoids open conflicts.

Hagrid sees the good in all living creatures, be it a three-headed dog or a huge spider. He is a very devoted friend who will never leave you in trouble.

Dobby - INFJ

The most striking feature of any INFJ is their endless idealism. These people (or elves, it doesn't matter) will believe in their idea to the last. Dobby is a perfect example of this, as he actually believed with all his heart in Harry and his ability to defeat the Dark Lord. In the end, Dobby even gave his life, proving loyalty to his own beliefs! Only a true INFJ can do this.

The Weasley Twins - ESFP

There is nothing easier than to determine the personality type of this fun couple. They are always faced with a choice, what should they do today: break the rules or break the rules? 😆 Noisy and impulsive Fred and George are 100% ESFPs.

These ambassadors of mischief and fun are always in the spotlight and love to make people laugh. They are always surrounded by family and friends. ESFPs, like Fred and George, usually become the soul of any company.

Alastor Moody — ENTP

Alastor Moody, like a true ENTP, has the ability to think outside the box and challenge social norms. ENTPs are commonly referred to as "polemicists", and in all seven parts of the Potter series, there is no more controversial character than Moody. Yes, the students were taught terrible unforgivable spells by the False Moody (the servant of the Dark Lord turned into them), but! Since he did this, it means that it was quite in the style of the real Moody.

Dolores Umbridge — ESTJ

ESTJ value rules and order above all else. Unfortunately, this means that of all the characters in Harry Potter, Dolores Umbridge is the closest to this type 😅

Umbridge bends all the laws, principles and traditions of the wizarding world to himself and uses them to control everyone and everything and offend those around him. But despite all her shortcomings, no one can deny that she is doing a great job in a leadership position!

Luna Lovegood - INFP

Although Luna is a quiet and thoughtful girl, she can be strong and determined when she needs to be. She has the ability to see things that others don't, which makes her a prime contender for the INFP type.

INFPs are curious, intelligent people. Luna is firmly committed to her beliefs and lives in her own little world. And although many consider her crazy, you must admit: the world would be much more interesting if there were more such people in it 🌙

Neville Longbottom - ISFJ

Neville changes a lot throughout all parts of the film: we see his development from a timid Gryffindor to self-confident leader. Neville proves that the brave is not the one who is not afraid, but the one who overcomes his fear. The kind and forgetful Neville is a prime example of an ISFJ.

Neville, like any ISFJ, has a "moral compass" that keeps him on track in difficult times. He never seeks to be the center of attention and is always happy to offer his help to friends 🤝

Ginny Weasley — ESTP

This quiet modest girl, who at first was embarrassed to talk to Harry, turned out to be quite a determined and purposeful girl. She is very similar to the ESTP person.

ESTPs are very smart and live in the here and now. These are people who can go with the flow and adapt to circumstances. That being said, Ginny is the only sister among 6 brothers, but she never lets the boys tell her what to do 😎

Voldemort — INTJ

Wow 😱 Although at first glance the prospect of being soulmates with the-who-must-not-be-named seems not very rosy, in fact, everything is not so bad :) Incredibly smart and determined personality type. INTJs are excellent strategists, able to see the situation from different angles. They may be quiet, but that just means that it's more convenient for them to achieve their own goals: this is what Tom Riddle did before he became Voldemort.

Albus Dumbledore - ENFJ

Albus Dumbledore is a man of contradictions. He can be thoughtful, or he can hold the attention of hundreds of people with one word. He can be quiet and withdrawn, but he likes to talk good-naturedly with everyone and give advice. Such inconsistency makes Dumbledore an ENFJ candidate.

ENFJs are real empaths. Dumbledore always deeply empathizes with the troubles of other people and gives all his strength to create a wonderful world of Hogwarts, where all students can feel safe.

Minerva McGonagall - ENTJ

Minerva McGonagall loves to be in charge, just like a real ENTJ :) Despite the fact that she is not the headmaster of Hogwarts, the strength and authority of Professor McGonagall is never questioned by any student or fellow teacher (except Umbridge).

Minerva is blunt but fair: she never lets her preferences or prejudices influence decisions. So even the students of her own house, Gryffindor, received penalty points from her more than once!

Hermione Granger - INTP

No one is better suited for the role of INTP than Hermione: she is logical and extremely intelligent. INTPs have many talents, but they tend to be bad at building relationships with people - they are more of an individualist by nature. Although Hermione knows how to take care of those who are truly dear to her. She is always there for Harry and Ron to keep them from getting into trouble: dying or, even worse... being expelled from Hogwarts :) team player, but if necessary, can take on the role of a decisive leader. After all, the Weasleys are our king 😁

ENFPs bring out the best in others. Ron doesn't think before he says something, but he has a good sense of the environment and adapts to the situation. Even if he himself cannot cope with some problem, he is always ready to help others solve this problem for him 😂

Harry Potter - ISTP

Finally we got to the boy who survived ⚡️ Harry is a typical representative of ISTP, they are also called "virtuosos".

These are purposeful individuals with their own principles, which they follow in all situations. Although ISTPs are introverts by nature, they are able to lead and inspire people by their own example. Harry isn't afraid to break the rules if he thinks it's necessary to be honest. Also, ISTPs like to take risks just for fun: they are just interested to see what can happen :)

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Harry Potter can boast of a variety of acting, as rich in tanning. With such a vast repertoire of personalities, it's only predictable that every type of Myers-Briggs has a flattering notion among Hogwarts students and teachers.

Visiting the sorting hat and finding out your house is exciting in itself, but if you want to go further, take a look at the MBTI character types. Whether they're heroes, villains, or morally grey, chances are you fell in love with them when we joined The Boy Who Lived on his journey.

Spoilers ahead, so be careful.

Harry Potter: ISFP

Harry Potter is the hero of the story who stubbornly refuses to do so, not particularly thrilled by the attention, but determined to do the right thing for the right reasons.

Typical ISFP.

With Fi dominant, Harry demonstrates a robust moral code that we can look into ourselves from the moment we meet him. Whether it's on Ron Weasley's side against Draco Malfoy's ridicule or eschewing the fame associated with a scar on his forehead, he always sticks to his inner values. Subsequently, he can also be very stubborn, sticking to his worldview.

However, his sense of justice is not just speech. He is brave, loyal, daring and prone to action, all a consequence of his auxiliary Xie, pushing him to be impulsive and reckless. His desire to act according to circumstances causes him to act before he thinks, a flaw that causes many problems along his path.

Hermione Granger: ESTJ

Hermione Granger is nothing short of a relentlessly efficient, near-perfect ESTJ image.

Dedicated and hardworking, ESTJs like Hermione excel at controlling situations, creating order, organizing ideas, and setting boundaries. Hermione takes care of the strategy and direction of the golden trio, based on a sincere adherence to tradition and rules.

Hermione's dominant Tee is what drives her to talk to Harry and Ron in the first place - correcting the way they cast spells is meticulous. As her character develops, her domineering demeanor develops into a genuine desire to help everyone reach their maximum potential through her skills.

Her faults are classic among ESTJs - her rigid focus on order can turn into inflexibility, although she gradually becomes more open and relaxed.

Ron Weasley: ESFP

The sixth and youngest son of the large Weasley family, Ron has several expectations and an innate desire to stand out. Luckily, he is an ESFP and standing out is what they do best.

The jokester of the trio, Ron will be the one who tries to have a good time in the adventures - and misadventures - ahead. He understands the world according to what he sees and focuses on the present moment: win the Quidditch Cup, become a captain and Voldemort? He's for later.

A caring friend and incredibly observant, Ron can have a hard time understanding emotions and situations that he personally cannot relate to. However, that doesn't stop him from doing his best to find the best way to provide the help his friends need.

Luna Lovegood: INFP

Whether she's a genius or just a kook is up for debate, but the truth is that Luna may be one of the most magical characters in a book revolving around magic itself. It makes sense that it suits the most dreamy, otherworldly INFP.

The Moon is quick to express her beliefs and thoughts, no matter what others may say about it. She believes in creatures that many other wizards can't see - and may not even exist - but to her, they are. She doesn't care because her Fi makes her stay true to her core principles despite the ridicule she may receive.

In the same way, Luna's auxiliary Ne allows her to notice things that others might not notice - be it a thestral or a clue to finding the next Horcrux.

Albus Dumbledore: ENFJ

We are as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.

Dumbledore is the leader we all wanted - a born leader driven by altruism. This combination of virtues makes him an exemplary ENFJ.

He displays a dominant Fe that pushes him to lead and connect with others, empathizing with their struggles thanks to his insight. Dumbledore cares about the well-being of his students and peers, and his dependable and charismatic personality makes him a leader that everyone willingly follows.

Along with this, Dumbledore can sometimes be overly idealistic and tend to blame himself for his shortcomings and failures. However, he never lets this get in the way of his role as a kind motivator, helping Harry to the best of his ability until the very end.

Severus Snape: ISTJ.

Polarized and complex, Severus Snape is a particularly obnoxious ISTJ brand.

Snape is tied to his sad past. He cannot let go of his childhood unrequited love and resents Harry for his resemblance to his father. Becoming bitter and cynical, Snape has turned into many students' worst fear because he has lived through his past experience, a clear unhealthy manifestation of the dominant Si ISTJ.

Snape's Auxiliary Thea makes him organized, efficient, and relentlessly pragmatic. He strives for perfection and absolute order from his students and applies the same in his daily life, which has turned him into a potion master.

However, not everything is so scary. Snape is strong-willed, obedient and guilty. He remains loyal to Dumbledore throughout the series and applies his practical honesty and responsibility to ensuring order.

Draco Malfoy: ESTP

Oh my God. Wait until his father finds out about his type.

Draco is quick to act and even faster to run, he is a fickle and impulsive person. He lives in the moment, acts according to his current circumstances, and hardly thinks about the consequences.

But he managed to make him charming. Bold and popular, he is reckless and often tries to prove himself in action, even if he only makes choices based on current events.

However, his impulsive behavior is not due to a lack of intelligence - Draco is analytical. His Auxiliary Chi allows him to understand his circumstances in line with his values, but he is too impulsive to think about the long-term consequences of his actions.

Other characters to look out for: Neville Longbottom (ISTJ), Minerva McGonagall (ESTJ), Ginny Weasley (ESTP), Rubeus Hagrid (ISFP), Sirius Black (ESFP), Tom Riddle, Lord Voldemort (INTJ).

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