Everyone knows this test:
Keys 2 Cognition - Cognitive Processes
However, as the title would suggest, I have a different approach. Why not try to pick every answer that absolutely does not coincide with your view of yourself and see if the answer points towards your actual type.
The reasoning behind this is to place more attention upon what actual preferences you may have, to weed out any assumptions that you may make based off of previous answers and focus on what is truly valuable to you. The intensity of each answer is also opposed, too, as such whenever you choose a "4" you replace that with a "2" and so on.
It is an attempt to slow you down and focus on why you have chosen why that specific way of thinking does not coincide with what you believe you may be initially.