"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
The MBTI results were alright, but I'm definitely not an E. Still I'll give them props for the narrow window between J and P.
The actual results, I found really interesting, most of my traits weren't things that I would describe myself as. It's a cool concept though, I'd like to see it expanded.
Isn't life under the sun just a crazy, crazy, crazy dream? Isn't life just a mirage of the world before the world? Why am I here and not over there? When did time begin? Where does space end? Where do you and I begin?
Level 5 4w5. Screw instinctual subtypes. (Ranking: 4>9~5>6>1~2>3~7~8)
Melancholic~Supine>Sanguine>Phlegmatic>Choleric Signal Patterns
I tend to think this test is not so preference based, but measures trends in preferences, on a more personal basis. If you took the test carefully, I would typically try considering your result, however the concept it already has in of itself is very nice. The point along MBTI is not that you get a result and say "no, I'm not extroverted or ethical" for instance, but to realize that correlationally "I have a lot in common with this type thought process and stereotype" and that typology at this stage isn't necessarily about simple dichotomies, when there is something that tests your thought process much more analytically, it could easily be a safe bet to say you are that type, supposing that you have thought about it accurately, that type being a real personality, not just four dichotomies, but shown here: twenty or so?
The daily is sort of how you might tend to see yourself, and the tone I think is how you come across in other aspects, but might be unaware of, even if its the same type. Or in another sense, how you were brought up, and things that still might be lingering. Where as the result is supposed to be your actual type based on correlation, not necessarily how you act completely, but your mindset especially. One would expect to become more and more like this type as they develop. But as I said, taking the test carefully and thoughtfully would yield better results, if you really trust your thoughts.
Actually if you take it quickly, then sort of go back and tweak your answers a little bit to make sense, then you might get it to be more accurate. But sometimes completely retaking and overthinking yields horrible results. I guess it just depends on what kind of test taker you are. I tweaked my answers a bit via thinking deeper about myself and spent 35 minutes on it, but I still got the same result as I did when I breezed through using my instinct.