Ti 1: I organize data and ideas into a logical internal framework or sets of categories. If it's helpful, sure.
Ti 2: I seek data to fill holes in my models, frameworks, blueprints and logical taxonomies. Um, yeah, I guess, but what are these marvellous models, frameworks, blueprints and logical taxonomies of which you speak?
Ti 3: I use my inner understanding of how ideas and things logically fit together to help me understand how things work YES
Ti 4: I modify models and frameworks to accommodate new data, thereby preserving inner logical consistency YES, that's why I can never decide on my bloody type.
Ti 5: I seek precision in my use of words and in my internal models, frameworks, and blueprints NOPE can't say that I do. I use appropriate words, sure, but all this define this, and "use a different word" crap is too much.
Ti 6: I logically prioritize categories and components of models in terms of the needs of the situation When I feel like it, sure.
Ti 7: I restructure my priorities based upon my category profiles What the hell do you mean by category profiles? Whatever dude, yeah I can make priorities. (Whoever made this did not use precise terminology, just for the record).
Ti 8: I make decisions based on my category profiles Um, maybe? Still don't know what these category profiles are.
Ti 9: I seek logical consistency in my life. Yes, among other things. But I like trying new stuff too! Too consistent is borrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrringgggggggg.
Ti 10: I use precise language to try and get the world to understand logical conceptual models and/or blueprints. You and your bloody precise language. When you get some precise language, I'll try it out, too! If by precise you mean so ambiguous and obscure that no one can figure it out, like this Ti 10-step program, I'll go with a yes.