62. Not sure if it's an accurate test then; I know I'm an introvert, but I think if I had grown up in an environment in which socializing came easily (after age 7) I would have become a slight to moderate extrovert. I get stressed out when I have to socialize a lot, but mostly it's wondering if I did it right, so more social anxiety and shyness than introversion. I think I am technically introverted though, or naturally ambiverted, because I don't find a lot of conversations interesting and like to have some alone time to research and think and process my thoughts. I like to talk about issues and interesting things, not just to talk. One on one though if I'm around introverts I'm usually doing more of the talking when we're getting to know each other.
the bf got 42 which totally makes sense too. i think he is actually just sort of ambiverted with social anxiety. he does the extroverted thing of not thinking before he speaks and sort of being blunt, odd or inappropriate for shock value.
Yeah, I'm kinda like that too. When I'm comfortable I seem like an ENFP, and I think out loud, go on tangents, and say off-kilter, blunt things (in a good-natured way, of course). Usually people find it amusing, but some don't. That being said, I am rarely at ease socially, so I tend to clam up in unfamiliar social situations, and then people label me as a quiet, nerdy guy who is "probably good at computers or something".
Acquaintances I'm comfortable around think I am definitely an extravert, while new people think I'm definitely introverted. The people who know me best think I'm an amibvert leaning towards introversion.