I was thinking today about what personality type would do the best in school and I had this idea that INTJ would do the best because the teaching system is slanted towards that. Think about it, introverts who can easily understand abstraction and theory who will diligently spend time outside of class working on their homework which will probably include an abstract essay or reading of theory.
I lived with an INTJ for 6 years and we both went to college. He seemed to be able to do the same work as me with ease in about half the time, while I was pulling my hair out trying to get through it all. So that got me thinking about something else, do you supposed that if you conducted a survey, that you would find ESFPs do the worst in school and INTJs do the best? And what would a school system look like that was advantageous to an ESFP? For example, I imagine economics would be taught showing movies about historical examples of human events. Maybe hands on activities with human interaction would be used. I went to elementary school in the montessori system. Maybe that system is more suited to an ESFP.