In my opinion, your "It depends how I am in that moment" approach seems so incredibly subjective. Yes, the tests are unstable, but it's not like we should expect them to be flawless/definite anyway. We have to work with this. Basically, my point is that that YOU have to be stable in how you view yourself. To truly look at yourself from the 'outside' means to be able to recognise something consistent, I guess. Perhaps my choice of the word "rely" was inaccurate. But nevertheless, you're redoing those cognitive tests and posting your results for us to consider when typing you. In a sense, you're still using them and asking us to. It seems you're actually being quite dependent on the things you read online - one reason I think you have a lot of Te.
I noticed that when you shared your result in the other test (the one where we were required to choose/rank enneagram-based montages), you basically said, "I got la-di-da but meh, it could easily have been da-li-di or li-da-di."
Then when you do settle on a type, you come across a result or description that too easily makes you doubt your type again.
You're always doubting, but to me, it looks like aimless doubting - not very constructive. You keep going around in the same circles and unashamedly () repeating yourself so often...that I'm doubtful you're an INTP. Aside from self-understanding, what do you really want from typology?
In the "What have you learned about yourself?" thread, (damn, it must sound like I'm stalking you!) you expressed having learnt barely anything about yourself through all this MBTI-ing...and you feel like you know less about yourself than at the beginning.
You probably started out your MBTI journey with a good-enough idea of who you are. You do a test and get a result. Good. Better get a second opinion. You do another, and get a different result. Damn. This happens several times and you eventually decide on a type that sounds good-enough. But good-enough isn't good-enough. It doesn't explain all that you are. In fact, other types' descriptions also resonate with you. That can't be right. Only one should fit! You do a test you've done before, and it gives you a different result this time. Now what? Is it the test or is it you? Doesn't matter, you keep doing tests and reading descriptions. Yesterday, this paragraph sounded right. Next time, it doesn't. In about a month's time, it'll probably be something else.
I don't get exhausted from too much thinking or researching, but THAT, whatever it is, makes me exhausted. lol
Someone asked "What type do you want to be?" and you answered "The right type".
When it comes to typology, how is rightness or accuracy measured? Your MBTI type can only be as right as the theory allows anyway. Like I mentioned before, just treat it as such. No one type can or will explain everything about you. Therefore, if you're going to play the game, then play it - choose the one that most suits you. Maybe, at the end of the day, you're just taking this way too seriously...or you have a serious case of 9's lack of a sense of identity, or you need time away from MBTI to learn more about yourself...or all of the above.
As you know, I had trouble figuring out my type too so perhaps I shouldn't speak so matter-of-factly about all this.
And of course, feel free to tell me if you think I've been reading you wrong.