I think finding your type just based on type descriptions alone is misleading. The most important thing is to understand how the quadras work, how the functions are connected in each of them, what functions are valued and disvalued in each quadra etc... I believe that only full understanding of quadras can really help you to find your real type.
The best way to type yourself isn't through tests where you pick something that seems like what you'd be like, those result in a lot of ambiguous results. The best test I've tried is a, answer questions, tally your results then quantify the degree to what your functional order is. I will create a thread highlighting one that works very well.