I have studied the theory behind the MBTI quite a lot. First, I thought I was INTJ and later on I realized that I was actually INTx. Quite recently, I have started thinking that my F side feels far too strong to seem not to appear in test.
That was until I did a cognitive functions test at http://www.keys2cognition.com/explore.htm today. That really opened me a new door when it comes to typology.
According to the basic MBTI tests on the internet, I am:
75 % I
66 % N
66 % T
50 % J/P
Now, according to the cognitive functions test, my usage of the functions is:
In terms of the MBTI, I read this test saying that I am a combination of INTP, INTJ and INFP with all of them weighted rather equally. Furthermore, considering the temperaments as well, this suggests that I am 66 % NT and 33 % NF. That's quite a different a result from what the plain preference percentages suggest. For example, judging the four letters only, I kind of should be an INFJ (have Fe) as well but I definitely do not.
So, I saw the light today I had already thought that I am too complex for these analysis and therefor, I had thought that there was nothing left about them for me to study but apparently I was wrong.
I wonder if anyone else has had similar kind of experiences with typology?