Wow. So you relate to Ni and Se? Do you have a link for your exact results?
I do not. I just put down my results, but I remember scoring 0% on Se. I did relate to Ni the way that he described it and I do care about a group consensus more than my own, which is presumably said to be Fe. I'm actually getting quite lost in function analysis. I'm not sure if I am actually using these functions, or the function position in being an INTP is balanced. It's a blur right now.
I answered the same way I did the first time here are the results:
Good point about the quiz:
-The options were substantial and well worded.
-It accurately typed me in only 7 short questions.
-Compared to most other tests this one seemed a lot better in quality (case in point, asking me whether I judge situations depending on either ethical means of how it affects other people or rational means based on what should be done objectively, is far better than taking other quizzes that ask if I'm more emotional or logical.
Bad points about the quiz:
-Had I answered the first question differently (I was torn on which option to choose) I would have come up as ENFP.
The other day when I took it, got INFJ, with Te rather than Ti. Now I got INTJ. I think my Fe and Fi judgments switched today. I like how this asks questions based on the cognitive functions. Just, in order to break a tie, I think it would be most effective and accurate if there were more questions. Realistically, some people can make decisions based on both empirical evidence and ethical issues. I think in order to push the test taker a bit, there should be more questions.
Your result for The Jungian Typology by Aleksei Test ...
You scored 100% on Te, higher than 89% of your peers.
You scored 0% on Ti, higher than 11% of your peers.
You scored 0% on Fe, higher than 28% of your peers.
You scored 100% on Fi, higher than 72% of your peers.
You scored 0% on Se, higher than 25% of your peers.
You scored 100% on Si, higher than 76% of your peers.
You scored 0% on Ne, higher than 32% of your peers.
You scored 100% on Ni, higher than 68% of your peers.
You scored 0% on Thinking, higher than 32% of your peers.
You scored 100% on Feeling, higher than 69% of your peers.
You scored 0% on Sensing, higher than 41% of your peers.
You scored 100% on Intuitive, higher than 60% of your peers.
You scored 0% on Judging, higher than 23% of your peers.
You scored 100% on Perceiving, higher than 78% of your peers.
Weird how I scored 100% Feeling, yet have higher Te. Might take into account the catalyst temperament, vs. theorist temperament.
“Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings -- always darker, emptier and simpler.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
Well, the whole 0-100% bit is somewhat inconsequential. It's just that I attached each variable to one question, so it toggle-switches between them. Scoring 100% Feeling just means you picked the Feeling response rather than the Thinking response.