I find this test very sketchy. About half the people who have taken this temperament sorter was misdiagnosed with the wrong personality type. Also people who are S-types seem to come up as N-types on this test.
very expressed introvert
moderately expressed intuitive personality
very expressed thinking personality
distinctively expressed judging personality
I had taken this test before, and got different results. I paid more attention to what the questions were really asking this time, and saw that my N and J went up. Sometimes it's easy to try and answer to get what you want to get, but I think it is an accurate representation of myself (others may disagree).
I'm NEVER late for appointments! Does that really give me J points? To me, that's not J. That's just being smart and responsible and a few other things.
Do I know how to put every minute of my time to good purpose? Yes, I do. If the question is asking me if I'm always busy and always working on the most important things to me, then yes, I know how to do that. It's not hard. If that was my goal, it would just be a matter of using my brain in various different ways to accomplish that goal. It doesn't mean that's always what I do, though. And if that's not the question, then every single moment of my life is put towards good purpose. That's just how I view life.
Anyway, even while trying to analyze these questions and what they are supposed to mean, no matter how hard I try, on this test I always end up as a J, usually with a number around 33. (I even got a 33 on J the first time I took this test, before I knew anything about MBTI.) I see many people with lower J scores than that and they consider themselves Js. (Not talking about Fe.) So I'm sort of like, huh? More to learn...
Are the P/J questions on this test as bad as I think they are, or is this just a personal problem? I am totally a P.