Does having a high N necessarily mean you can't have a high S?
The first time I took an online personality test (a few years ago at least), I came up ENFP. I don't remember the percentages, but the N score was rather high. The second time I took one, I got ESFP with a rather high S. I took a few other variations of the jungian myers-brigg mbti personality type tests and got similar results depending on the test.
I took the cognitive functions test, and it says I'm ESFP. Se at 39.9, Ne at 38.9
My brother bought the book Please Understand Me II, a great read for anyone interested in personality types, and the ENFP profile fit me to a tee, until I read ESFP and some parts of it seemed to ring more true.
If I had to say which personality type reflected me most, I'd say ENFP for sure, but I have my doubts sometimes.