So, I've got the kind of collection of results in a few weeks I'm half laughing at the idea of taking another test. No, please don't get serious on me, telling to "live" and "ignore type". LOL. I've taken that advice looong ago
But, these results. Oh, do they make me a believer of test methodology ISTP, ISTJ, ESTJ, ESTP, ENTP, ENTJ, ENFJ .
ISTP: experimental test perhaps. I'm too driven, extraverted and intellectual for that.
ISTJ: a test artifact. Perhaps I had focused on my Te and the test made a false connection between my reliance on empirical data and the function Si.
ESTJ: close to the real, perhaps I've overemphasized being "practical" because of getting this. I'm practical yes, but not unimaginatively so.
ESTP: Se day.
ENTP: I think I'm ENTJ close to P/J border, among others. I've done some creativity exercises lately.
ENTJ: My type, at some level. Me, no. My desire to accomplish something, deciding things for myself, and some other traits have lead me to end up with this type. I think I've integrated in my personality quite many traits not stereotypically associated with ENTJ, but I think very NTJ:ish ideas have been the core of me while learning all that. I let my feelings guide me (Fi), but I don't have strong negative feelings. I think it's important to see what works in practice for different human beings (Se lesson). I can value personalities and schools of thought based on most cognitive functions, although Si based seem most off to me, and I'd like to keep the effects of Fe within good taste.
ENFJ: test error. Perhaps I answered to make decisions based on my "feelings", thinking on my "insight" (Ni), my mood of the moment, and deciding many things without careful study.
If you get wildly variable MBTI results, too, please do share your analysis of them.
Btw I am ENTJ, I just celebrate the awesomeness of all the internet tests with my sig and stated "type".