Ever wondered which female fictional character from a book or movie you were? Had trouble identifying with one when you were younger? You’re in luck! Keep reading to see which cool girl from fiction matches your Myers-Briggs (MBTI) personality type.
INTJ: Katniss Everdeen
INTJs are often seen as cold and calculating on the surface. In reality, they’re just extra cautious of those around them (who wouldn’t be of President Snow though, honestly?) and unflinchingly loyal to their loved ones (a.k.a., Peeta, Prim and her mom).
INTP: Luna Lovegood
INTPs are often misunderstood and underrated among their peers, and Luna falls into this category perfectly. Luna is content to be with her own company until she warms up to Harry and his friends; she is steadfast and dedicated to what she’s passionate about (mystical, magical creatures), and will often sacrifice their own comforts for the comfort of those around them.
ENTJ: Princess Leia
Like Leia, if you’re an ENTJ, chances are you’ve never been commended for your tact. Blunt, headstrong and a tendency to tell it how it is, you are most likely a natural-born leader (Leia became a General, after all).
ENTP: Violet Baudelaire
The savvy older sister in A Series of Unfortunate Events is a scientist for a reason. ENTPs are always discovering new patterns and are usually the restless sort, always needing to keep busy. Like Violet, you probably are a hands-on learner and remain easily adaptable to new environments.
INFJ: Alice Cullen
Alice is a tried and true INFJ. Her gentle nature and preference to defer the spotlight to others around her makes this obvious, and you probably relate to Alice’s constant need for organization and harmony among your chaotic family.
INFP: Wanda Maximoff
WandaVision gave us a super up-close-and-personal look at how independent Wanda is, truly following her own inner compass and forging a path for herself regardless of the consequences. Her telepathic abilities work well with how intuitive and creatively gifted INFPs tend to be.
ENFJ: Emma Woodhouse
I might be biased because I’m an ENFJ, but there’s a reason Emma Woodhouse from Jane Austen’s Emma is the main character: we are strong-willed, stubborn go-getters who might often become too self-focused on their own goals (in Emma’s case, her matchmaking side business) to notice what’s really going around them (a.k.a… when said-matchmaking goes haywire when you match your best friend with someone they hate).
ENFP: Jo March
Congrats, you’re the best March sister! You probably have a big imagination and wild daydreams about success and fame and like to go the unconventional route when solving problems (i.e., shaving all your hair off to make some extra money for your family).
ISTJ: Susan Pevensie
The oldest Pevensie sister is no-nonsense, practical and relies on her own wits to get ahead. You’re probably the “Mom friend” in the same way Susan tried to become the mother figure for her siblings when they were sent away during the war.
ISFJ: Rory Gilmore
Chances are if you work hard enough, you could probably get into Yale, too. Like Rory, you’re analytical, extremely goal-oriented and smart, but sometimes your head can get stuck in the clouds.
ESTJ: Hermione Granger
Let’s face it: you’re a rule-follower. You’re responsible and get all of your homework done on time, and like things based in hard fact and evidence as opposed to spending your time daydreaming. Like Hermione, you’re probably an open-book when it comes to emotions.
ESFJ: Jackie Burkhart
Apparent from Jackie’s cool-girl demeanor and stylish clothes, you probably also care a lot about your outward appearance and aren’t afraid to shy away from the spotlight. You care a lot what others think of you, but sometimes to a fault.
ISTP: Selina Kyle/Catwoman
Like Catwoman, you’re probably a bit of an anti-hero yourself. You make your own rules and walk to the beat of your own drum and are incredibly resourceful. Like her namesake, you and Selina are highly observational.
ISFP: Inej Ghafa
In honor of Netflix’s Shadow and Bone coming out next month, I had to throw in my favorite girl from Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows books. Your beliefs are incredibly strong and your moral compass never leads you astray (even when a certain boy with a cane tries to convince you otherwise).
ESTP: Arya Stark
You do what you want, and nothing gets in your way once you set your mind to a task (even if that task is killing a bunch of random men to seek justice for your family). You live in the moment and aren’t much of a planner, and might be a bit of an adrenaline junkie (Remember what I said about the random men?).
ESFP: Isabelle Lightwood
You thrive off of other people. You’re probably, like Isabelle Lightwood from Cassandra Clare’s Shadowhunters series, extremely flirty and don’t like being tied down to one thing (or one person). You live for the excitement and drama, even if that comes in the form of hunting demons.