I test as ENTJ and individually I seem to be E -N- T- J but for some reason none of the ENTJ type profiles resonate much at all. I'm wondering could being a very strong N be throwing everything else off?
E/I. At first I thought I was I since I need a lot of time to myself and I can be a bit oblivious to my surroundings. But the giveaway that I'm an E is that I care about how others perceive me - I really can't see an I being image conscious at all. I find that I feel more alive around others as well, so long as I'm in the mood.
N/S. I'm N no doubt about that, my strongest function.
T/F. This is the one I'm least certain of.
T traits: - When I'm debating something, I'll very much argue from a systematic/analytical point of view and leave out the human element. I find arguing with Feelers can be like talking in circles for me because they always have to bring value judgements into everything, they seemingly can't seperate values from objective reality. Meanwhile, they think I'm 'amoral'.
-I'm much more interested in learning about how things are and how things work rather than how I think things should be and what is 'good' and 'evil'.
-whenever anyone tries to talk to me about their relationship problems my eyes glaze over
F-traits: - Although I'm quite thick skinned when I'm happy when I'm under a lot of stress I can become very sensitive and start taking everything personally. Aren't T's usually 'water off a ducks back'?
-Most T's I know seem to have that very reductionist 'this is nothing but that' mindset. I enjoy looking for underlying similarities where none exist on the surface. I'd describe my though patterns as holistic, yet impersonal and systematic. Theoretical physics and evolutionary development interest me.
-I gesticulate a lot and I've got an expressive face - an F trait?
I'm leaning towards T, I just don't think I'm enough of an idealist or interested in interpersonal relationships to be an F. Then again, maybe I could be an F that tends to be self centered, lol.
J/P. Quite sure I'm J. When I'm working on a project, I have to be able to know more or less what I'm going to write from start to finish before I begin writing. I've noticed P's just tend to jump in and make a start. I do procrastinate a lot, but I feel uncomfortable with that but much better when I've completed the goal I set out to do. My surroundings tend to look messy and P-like, but I actually much prefer things orderly, I'm just too N to get down to the practicality of cleaning/organizing often enough for that to happen.
The ENTJ profiles though just seem entirely too active, forceful and utilitarian to describe me however, even though I do tend to take charge of things. ENTJ's seem almost like sensors to me the way they are described. Do I sound like ENTJ, just more intuitive than most?