INTP - I mistook Fi+Te for Ti, which I think is fairly common for IxFPs new to Jung/MBTI.
Type Five - I tested as 5w4 and could relate to the intense introversion and curiosity of that type.
Type Four - Common mistype for INFP Nines. I do relate to a lot of the Four's traits, but I overestimated how prominent they are in my personality.
Then I read the Type 9 description. It felt like truth had suddenly taken corporeal form and punched me in the gut as hard as it possibly could, and I haven't questioned my Nine-ness since.
“If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us.” - Hermann Hesse
Only ever INTJ (80%of the time) and ISTJ (20% of the time). My guess is the ISTJ mistyping comes from my tendency to use Ni to evaluate and think about my surroundings/people/their motives. It's practically a hobby
ISFJ. I was new to typology and I tested as INFJ, joined a forum and read a bunch of crap about how intuitives are revolutionary and do new things all the time and are really wonderful and special and senors stick to the known and what is comfortable. I'm pretty hesitant with doing new things because I'm scared of messing up so I thought that meant I was a sensor. Plus I was just going off the generic type descriptions. Then I got into functions and there was no doubt that I was a Ni dom. As for enneagram, I initially tested as a 1 and I couldn't believe how accurate it was. Then...forums. A bunch of people told me I was wrong and made me really doubt my type because I was aware that I was a total novice and I just wanted to learn and I was pretty young and naive. I mistyped as 6 for ages, which made everyone else happy. Then I mistyped as 4 for a short while and then 2w1 for ages.