MBTI forces a person to choose between S or N while the person is left with the likely consequence of having to deny part of themselves.
The majority of questions are not mutually exclusive.
Case in point:
dreaming up imaginative ideas (N)
getting things done as and when they arise (S)
adding established facts to what I already know (S)
uncovering new potential in other people or situations (N)
I do all four of those, all the time. Period.
To force me to choose between two things that are as natural to me as breathing, is unacceptable and misleading.
Many of the questions are so unfair, it's like being asked if you prefer your left or right ventricle.
People need both ventricles for optimal heart function.
Using the same analogy, I need both S and N for optimal function.