I know I'm an Introvert. I'm not a naturally outgoing person.
I know I'm an Intuitive. I'm more conceptual than detailed.
I also know I'm a Judger, due to my scheduled mindset.
I don't know whether I prefer T or F.
If I retake the test again, I'm afraid that my knowledge of MBTI and my personal bias will get in the way of knowing my preference.
The reason that I believe I'm an F is because I can be at least somewhat subjective when making decisions. For example, I looked up some specs for a camera, it was 10.1 megapixel with a Lithium Ion battery. The only ones that the shops said they had in stock were in this ugly green color. I decided, instead of buying the exact camera at the shop, I went to a shop and browsed for other cameras. Luckily, the floor model of the previous camera was in my favorite color, blue, so I bought that camera. I also have a tendency to succumb to peer pressure.
The reason I believe I'm a T is that I like to debate ideas with friends up to a certain point. It can be fun, until A) someone gets offended or B) no one likes to reason. I usually call a truce then. When that happens, it's not a debate anymore, it's an argument. I also like to hide my negative emotions. I can be very expressive with positive emotions, but if I feel really down, I often try to hide it. There are times when I can't help it, but I never fully express it until I'm sure that no one is in the vicinity. But there are a tiny fraction of cases, like when I was incredibly frustrated over an online photography class.
My brother said he thinks I "changed" type from an INFJ to an INTJ, but seeing as he thinks everything is malleable (He's an INTP now...), I tend to mistrust him. There is the distinct possibility I took the test when my T and F weren't fully developed, though.
My type might be obvious to the rest of you, but I'm one of those people who over-analyzes everything to death, so you can see why I constantly question it. I am 17 now, so I think my Auxiliary is fully developed.
Please tell me if it is too wordy to maneuver through.