What do you think about that?
That's why I think the cognitive function test is much more helpful for people like me, who seem very balanced when it comes to the individual letters. When I take that test, it is clear that Ne, Fi and Te are the front runners, which probably would dump me more into the ENFP (or perhaps more accurately: WEIRD ENFP) category.
For example, he asked me the question, "What is the sense of life?" or something like that and I answered, "To help develop myself further, and to help others along their evolutionary path." He said that an SP would be more likely to say, "To experience lots of stuff." Although that is important, it's not the most important thing for me.
After I took the cognitive functions test, it was clear that Ne was the forerunner. However, the interesting thing is that there was only a 7 square spread between my highest and lowest cognitive function, meaning that I have an average use with almost every function, good use of Fi and Te and excellent use of Ne.
At the end of the day, though, if you look at other tests as well, like the cognitive functions test, you can see that Ni/Fe is quite a bit less (though not much) than my Ne/Fi/Te axis. This would indicate less of a likelihood that I am ENFJ and more of a likelihood that I am ENFP.
Interestingly enough, I think I wear an ENFJ 'hat' when I teach, which is like 80% of my waking hours during the week, which has probably really developed my personality and shaped it.
What do you think, though?