just out of curiosity. how good understanding do you have about analytical psychology in general? how about jungs typology(not mbti or others that originate from it)? and where did you learn from jungs typology, mbti or others that originate from jungs work? and im not asking for how long have you known about it, because that doesent mean much when it comes to amount of quality of your information, but ofc you could mention that too
"Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
— C.G. Jung
This test types me as Ni-Ti-Fe-Ne. What would the MBTI have to say about this? Nothing, because it cannot be used to determine type by this pattern of scores. It is limited to determining a function preference on the basis of a simple formula that has no empirical foundation. So if one were to score INTP on the MBTI scales, then it declares the Ti to be dominant as if it were a matter of fact, just as it declares the Te in ESTJ to be the dominant as if it were a law of nature. But it is only true by definition, which is another way of saying it is true because somebody (Myers and Briggs) arbitrarily declared it to be true by definition, like a mathematical postulate. They chose not to take the scientific route of testing their hypothesis about finding dominant and auxiliary functions, or perhaps they did not even think in those terms.
That, to me, sounds like one of those quickie tests invented by someone working for Cosmopolitan magazine.
Edit - in a nutshell, NiTi cannot be typed according to the MBTI which, when deconstructed, requires the pattern XeXi or XiXe to determine type.
"I absorb energy like a sponge everywhere I go. It allows me to see the world and my purpose in it." Zak Bagans, Ghost Adventures (INFJ)
What kind of empirical foundation are you looking for in a personality type indicator? What is the problem with the orientation of the lead function matching that of one's overall introversion/extraversion preference?
That quiz didn't even give a type, just a ranking of functions.... this quiz could also use a lot of work, particularly with the Ni scoring.
In my case there is more of a clear type pattern, but just because these tests give you results that don't match up to a MBTI type, that doesn't mean that MBTI needs to be thrown away entirely. It means that the online quizzes are not too great anyway and you can figure out your type through other means. But if you have already read Psychological Types I think you already understand this... so I'm not quite sure which direction you are going with this.