I've known about MBTI now for almost a year, and I've always typed as INTJ in tests. I'm beginning to doubt the "J" part. However, I still get a pretty solid J when testing. Anyways..
I'm not the typical INTJ. I don't like being mean to people and am good at being nice/coming across as nice, though I'm not so much in touch with feelings and might accidentally say something insensitive. When dealing with my problems, I probably seem like an idiot because I try to rationalize the situation to the point where I obsess over it. I don't always fit into social groups (I prefer to remain a loner, but enjoy having many friends or people to talk to), but mostly because I'm sort of against them. Really formal situations make me incredibly uncomfortable.
Now for the J/P part. I might look like a J because I'm always on time for things, don't stay up late doing procrastinated work, and am mostly organized. There are times when I judge people quickly. I've been known to hold grudges, though if the person can redeem themselves then I will change my mind. If someone's arguing a position I will usually try to convince them to understand the OTHER side of the issue. Although I am somewhat arrogant about being "right", I can admit when I'm not.
I don't yet understand the extent to which I plan things. I don't enjoy planning things. I like a structured environment, but I would rather have other people do it. If it's not there, I won't create it. For example, my parents keep talking to me about what I'm going to do this summer. I decided I wanted to go to Japan again. My mother sat down with me and we went from website to website looking at possible programs. This bored me -- I really just wanted to either pick one quickly, or to have her pick one for me without wasting my time looking at them. I will get stressed out when I don't know exactly what I'm doing though. One pattern I definitely notice in myself is that I want to get decisions over with and as fast as possible. The same is with doing things. I didn't think to go buy equestrian equipment when the store came to my college (Laziness maybe, or I overlooked it). When I found out that I needed it, I stressed out A LOT because I wasn't prepared for the lesson. Luckily, we didn't ride that day. But the next day I knew that if I didn't go to that store, it would haunt me until I did.
I'm not the most responsible person either. I've never run for any sort of student government or house position because I know I'd get lazy and do a terrible job. When I know what I'm doing I'm good at leading. However, I usually don't know what I'm doing especially if it's related to the "real world". <-- I want to emphasize that.. when dealing with real world things, I usually don't know at all what I'm doing.
So... what do you think? Thanks for helping =D