I know this might sound silly from one test, but I'd actually consider ESFP if you haven't already, and notice the difference between valuing Ni and valuing Si. Not saying that you should decide to be an ESFP, but just consider it. I like ESFPs a lot. In socionics they are called my "dual."
No, I have not tried out other venues besides testing the people in engage in my everyday life, and they have all be spot on!
Identity crisis in 5...4...3...
At least it's with a type that I like.
Thanks for the explanation. Maybe my SPness envy is the result of my really being one and not feeling like I can let it all out. My gawd..2...
There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.
So you like questions which have great potential to lead to inaccuracy.
Well, I like the fact that the test is operating at the function level, rather than just at the letter-by-letter level, because it's something you don't see very often. Of course people can and do use both Ni and Ne or both S and N, but given that tests are designed to put people into certain categories and that, MBTI-theoretically, if you strongly prefer Ne you're using a lot less Ni, it makes sense.
If you think you use Ni and Ne about equally, I don't think any test is going to help you without a fundamental change in the theory itself. Which may be desirable, but I don't think that's really a flaw in this test specifically (barring intermediate options).
Case in point:
Do you tend to delve into the obscurity and mystery of things which gives humorous thought towards potential,
or do you pay more notice to trends and seeing the likely implications of things which lends toward grasping the underlying concept?
Those two options are not mutually exclusive.
When I answered it, I said out loud "Great, half of my ability is now missing."
I delve into the mystery of things AND pay attention to trends and implications.
They are not mutually exclusive.
Both of them are as natural as breathing for me.
I have to admit, that was the question I had most difficulty with - I wasn't happy eliminating either option.
What you could very well do, 2.2, is answer one way, look at your results, and then answer another way, and look at those results. I designed some of these questions to make you think, and make a tough decision, compare yourself to others if you think that way. Someone who values Ni more is certainly able to value Ne, and people aren't by nature keen to a few thought processes and then not to the other ones. There are 14 important questions to consider. I am glad that you are taking this test into consideration.
Your top results were INTP, INTJ, INFJ. What were your bottom results?