I recently found out that two people I know closely type themselves as introverts when to me they are raving extroverts!
My aunt: she could talk at you for an hour solid, do counselling with her patients, then go to a family get-together, and end the day at another social gathering or with another hour long phone chat.
A friend: who used to party non-stop, has a wide circle of friends who get together in big groups to socialize, was an usherette for years at sporting events after work and who now works in sales, traveling and meeting people all the time!
I agree with all the other aspects of their chosen type: one an SFP, the other an SFJ.
Is there something inherently biased in the testing to lead folks towards believing they are introverts? Even extroverts need quiet time - do you think the interpretation of the questions leads to this kind of incorrect conclusion?
Or are our lives so bombarded now that even extroverts need a need to get away from it and thus believe they must be introverted?
Can you turn from an E into an I? Or vice-versa???