Just a hint though: Most people here don't actually use MBTI in its original form; we just borrow its labels.
For instance, the MBTI "test" is vaguely helpful at best because personality type is too abstract a concept to be tested empirically.
I see personality types as "genres" of people that can't be tested or proven any more than genres of music.
So it's not a testable fact that I'm an ENTP or that you're an INFP; these are just arbitrary labels that we've chosen to categorize behavioral tendencies. None of us are objectively correct about any of these type labels.
Note that the forum used to be called "MBTI Central" and now it's called "Typology Central." MBTI is considered as an influence here, but it's pretty widely understood that it's a flawed system and not very many people actually believe in it dogmatically.
Most of the typology that goes on here is based on Jungian functions, not MBTI tests. The best such a "test" can do is give you a rough idea of what label may happen to fit closest to your psychological profile--but again, there's no objective certainty.