the test does not have a scale for that, and it doesn't mean quite the same thing
in this theory.
What's really relevant here is that you seek either "openness" or "closure" around
the dominant N. The MBTI does not predict closure for the Ni, but the FD33 allows for
it because the MBTI only assumes that no Ni would seek closure around N. But it does not
know that this never happens. And there is no empirical evidence to suggest that this
This test was designed to gather the empirical evidence needed to decide once and for
all in a scientific manner that Myers and Briggs never bothered with. They only
assumed that their theory was correct. And the MBTI test "proves" that it is - ad hoc.
Once can always "prove" that such and such theory is correct by never giving any
alternative theories a chance, in this case, Myers and Briggs created a test that never
allows for any other answer but the one desired by the test-makers.