The strong 5 score is definitely due to the NT temprament. Overall, my MBTI seems to explain me better though because the stereotypical type 8 is not seen as a "Rational" like the MBTI classifies the ENTJ type. Being an NT, I would consider myself a mental/intellectual person and I'm not a big hunk, physical type I'm of average complexion so the 8 stereotype of big muscles and physical conflict is far from who I am. For me, it's more to do with the energy, willpower, determination, assertiveness, desire to protect and of course of "doing my own thing".
Exactly the same for me.
"Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."
I'm a 1w2 (though I've pretty much denounced the original wing system at this point). You don't really seem like a 1.
But then, do I seem like a 1? Hrmm...
I've been a perfectionist my whole life. Though at times I act like a defeated one.
speaking of which..
Finally, the relentless pursuit of perfection can take its toll and lead to depression. At such times, a One can mistype as a Four. But Fours have a tendency towards self-indulgence whereas Ones are self-denying. Fours are emotionally expressive; Ones are emotionally constrained.
I don't fit into this diagram. One of those tests in the first post, said "you are most likely a type 7w6, but you could be 4w3. But this test cannot determine your type." The other one said "you are most likely a type 7 with wing 8." The description of type 7 says right near the beginning "Tyoe 7's are future-oriented" BZZZ. Already wrong.
It reminds me of that "personality plus" book, they've got the groupings wrong, I think.