Fe is more conducive to being able to put yourself in someone else's shoes. After which time its much more difficult to rate people.
Te lends itself to organizing systems for maximum efficiency. I merely judge others by what they can do for me that benefits me in a manifestly positive manner. This can be, helps me grow as a person, has unique insights which expand my understanding of things, is a better fighter than I am and teaches me new moves, understands a specific area of law better than I, makes me laugh, helps to relieve stress by hanging out with them, etc. etc.
Basically what I mean by better and worse is, that either, someone is worth spending my (precious) time on because pursuing a friendship (or relationship) with them manifestly benefits me in some way, or someone is not worth wasting my time on because doing so cannot benefit me in a meaningful way.
I understand that just because someone has nothing to offer me does not mean that they have nothing to offer.
I realize that I can maximize the happiness in my life, and secondarily, improve my academic and business performance by surrounding myself only with people that I (subjectively) judge to be worth my time.
This sounds fucked up, but that's how Te works sometimes.
Different strokes for different folks.
EDIT: you guys clearly have a better grasp of MBTI than I do, so it might have more to do with other functions. However, what I said still stands (regardless of what function or letter you blame it on).