Alright, I'll throw in my two cents as someone who's certain about her identity as INTP. Perhaps you'll find 'em to be of use...
One thing that really stands out to me from your results is that you prefer Fi to Fe. While Fe IS the INTP's inferior function, Fi is supposedly one of INTP's "shadow functions," meaning it belongs among the INTP's bottom four functions (among all the eight functions, at least according to MBTI). To rephrase that, the INTP's top four preferred function are Ti, Ne, Si, Fe, and the other four (Te, Ni, Se, and Fi) must be less pronounced, at least according to the ze theories. The catch is that:
1) from my understanding of Fe and Fi, they are mutually exclusive processes, and
2) if you really do prefer Fi over Fe, chances are you aren't INTP.
My guess is that you don't have an accurate understanding of Fi and/or Fe... which I can sympathize with, because I had the same problem a few years back. But after reading a number of LONG threads on Fe VS Fi, it became crystal clear to me that I prefer Fe over Fi. While I do have an understanding of how Fi operates, I often have trouble relating to the whole process. With Fe, however, relating is a lot easier.
Making the distinction between Fe and Fi may be difficult, especially when both processes lead to the same "conclusions." But the underlying assumptions and mental "workings" in action are very, very different. I'm too not confident in my ability to articulate the difference between the two, and strongly recommend you to read (many) threads on Fe VS Fi.