I come across people all the time with the same complaint about MBTI.
First of all, the order begins Te-Ni-Si, not Te-Ne.
Second, it's called synthesis, not contradiction.
For you not to know many people score in the center when it comes to S and N,
tells me you don't know much about MBTI results at all.
It's called balance.
When using percentages rather than functions,
I frequently score close to 50-50.
IMO, you actually have it backwards.
To be so extremely unbalanced from the center,
is like an overweight see-saw that just hit the ground.
Jung espoused the ability to use all functions.
Jungian analysts, Singer and Loomis, debunked MBTI years ago.
They proved any order is possible and there are literally thousands of types.
Only the most gullible would actually believe with almost 7 billion people,
there are only 16.
If you think any function order other than what MBTI tells you means something is "wrong,"
that tells me MBTI has brainwashed you pretty well.
Of all the functions, I see Ne and Ni repeatedly being well-developed in the same person. I'm no exception.
Again, you should already know this if you have seen a large number of results.
The other 15-year-old does nothing in this forum but behave like a spoiled little troll.