These were my Fi results from when I did this awhile back. Not sure of accuracy but interesting observations at least. I downgraded ,myself a bit as when I first took this I did not have zero as an option:
Fi is worthy of special consideration. It is should be my auxiliary but the results were very odd and were less than Ti.
1 F1: I subjectively use my emotions to inform me of what is important to me
1 F2: I seek to know what is truly important to me, my deeply held values
1 F3: I am aware of universal personal values
4 F4: I maintain internal harmony and personal integrity by adhering to my deeply held values
3 F5: I know what is truly important to me and use this knowledge to guide decisions
5 F6: I value all living things, attempting to allow each to maintain its own integrity
4 F7: I assess other people’s emotional states by reading my own internal reactions.
1 F8: I judge ideas, attitudes and behaviors according to my values
5 F9: I crusade for what is right even if it creates tension with the external world and may endanger a personal relationship
This was odd. The first tasks should be the easiest and then grow more difficult. Yet my trended backwards.
Values? What exactly are those? I had to resort to googling “values” on the crackberry. Then I sent out an email to six folks asking how they defined the term “personal values”. I throw it around as needed, but when it came time to list mine, I didn’t really know what it meant.
As an Fi, if you don’t understand what the term values means, you may want to work on that….
However do I fight to defend them, maintain personal integrity, and crusade for what is right to maintain those values? Hell, yeah! Hmmm, this could be a problem…
The exercises in the book that allow you to develop the individual items confirmed the above scores to some extent.
F1: I had a hard time identifying things I would die for, things I passionately care about, and feeling how others are feeling or naming my own emotions. I don’t really have any.
F2: I finally determined my values: Authenticity, honesty, empathy, individualism, creativity, intelligence are the things I value in others and myself. Other things like teamwork, caring for others, and so on could be reduced to these terms. However this was not easy. Many of these seem more Ne than Fi but again I am at a loss.
My Explanation: I repress and confine my emotions. So I don’t actually “feel” emotions much of the time. I know what I “should” feel, I have “tones” of that emotion that seep up and influence me, but I do not feel “emotions” strongly enough to give me definitive information about what is important to me. Fi is more like a deeply buried arrow that orients me subconsciously. I act on the orientation without really understanding the root. I will defend it and fight for it, but do so at a distance from the emotion itself.