I'm currently a college student, and I remember taking this test in high school. I came out as ISFJ, although the J was about equal to the P. My S was much higher, but I'm not sure about it. I'm 100% sure I'm introverted and prefer feeling over thinking. Can you guys help me figure out my type?
I'm pretty sure I'm J. I always procrastinate, but I would prefer doing things well in advance. However, I find that I don't put in as much effort if I start early because I think I have a lot of time. I'm also very inefficient in doing my work if I start early, but very efficient if I'm pressed for time. I keep my belongings well-organized. I also feel less burdened whenever I have my work done because it's not on my mind.
For the S/N preference, I've read through some of the topics, and I'm still a bit unclear if I personally use S or N. I tried taking a test, but I know which questions will make me an S or N. I'm not sure which one I am. I've been told by friends that I'm completely oblivious to my surroundings. Twice in the same day, I walked by my roommate, he brushed my shoulder, said hi, and I asked him when that happened because he thought I was ignoring him. Another time, my classmate was walking right behind me trying to get my attention. He kept saying my name (it was noisy, right after classes ended) and had to stand in front of me to get my attention. I told him I was just thinking about the lecture. I ask a lot of questions; when I go to a professor's office hours, it seems like they don't understand my questions a lot of time and I have to clarify them multiple times. When they answer it's common for me to misunderstand them or for them to misunderstand my question. I ask for my friends' views on various subjects a lot since I value their opinion.
A few more things about me: I'm majoring in Electrical Engineering, although I don't really like it. I signed up for it because I'm good at math, but I find it boring so far. In high school, they placed me in the honors class with the students 1 grade above, but I'm really bad at physics. When I ask for help, I pinpoint what the problem is. For example, I ask the professor to explain why when I use the right hand rule, I sometimes get the opposite direction. To this day, I still haven't figured it out. I always have trouble understanding concepts that other people usually breeze through, and the professors don't seem to know how to help me because they've never encountered a student quite like me. With other people, I'm pretty quiet. I only open up to people with whom I'm comfortable with. Even still, I don't share everything unless I can sense he/she won't think any less of me for my choices. To other people who don't know me, I'm often mistaken for being gay (my posture contributes to this but that's a different story), well-mannered, innocent, and hard-working.
Sorry for the long post. I appreciate any comments.