For myself, when I am asked on how I would select certain life decisions, I have difficultly distinguishing between a purely hypothetical situation and their real life counter-part. Outside MBTI and this forum, I am consistently faced with circumstances that favor other functions over Ni. Over time I developed the skills necessary to assist me in this endeavor, and I am able to quickly capture the right maneuvers to make the best of my environment.
Having molded and melded into various 'types', I lacked a sense of my inner self until my late adolescence years. I'd be surprise today if I ever encounter a situation where I could directly use my natural preferences and succeed. Most of the introverted intuition that I implemented was always behind the scenes and kept to myself. After all, when you're in a sensor environment, people tend to care most about what they can tangibly perceive. And reality isn't always forgiving when teaching these lessons. (The extroverted feeling "trainings" were the worst. )
This is an explanation showing one aspect of how this question would initially miss the people with experiences like myself, PeaceBaby and any others I did not mention. (In the end, I can't suppress this survival instinct enough and I will withdraw myself from such tests in the future.)
Anyway, carry on. Or skip ahead.