I think that this pretty much cancels out the possibility of ESTJ for him. This seems ENTJ.I really am not sure where my boyfriend fits. He took a free test (the one on HumanMetrics) and ended up with ENTJ, but I'm a bit skeptical if he's really an intuitive type.
It's really hard to tell with him. In many ways, he understands what I'm trying to say, but he will completely misunderstand me in other ways. There is a slight difference when I compare our conversations to those with my INTJ friend, who more easily picks up on the meaning of what I'm trying to put into words. My boyfriend requires more explanation from me when I'm trying to express an abstract thought, as he will often take it the wrong way.
It's also hard to pinpoint just how introspective he is. He is not (entirely) self-oblivious and he can answer questions about himself fairly well. He will immediately talk about his feelings with me if something's up. He is aware of his own actions and takes pride in them, though he rarely considers how those actions may affect those around him. He has never been one to care what others think of him. If he finds something about himself that he doesn't like, he will tirelessly work to change it.
He does not see much inherent value in tradition. It deeply annoys him when people stick to methods that are outdated and/or inefficient, and moreso when they are closed-minded about learning new things. For example, he hates it when old people say stuff like "When I was your age, we didn't have this and that" and frown on progressive technology. He has expressed that he never wants to stop learning, even when he gets old and comfortable. But although he isn't big on the concept of tradition, he DOES have a strong set of moral values. He holds this standard to both himself and others.
He's definitely an assertive and take-charge kind of guy. He does not tolerate BS. He's honest, a fast learner, and highly well-spoken. He's also extremely quick on his feet and a VERY good arguer. He's a huge jokester as well, and can be loud and boisterous.
I heard that ESTJs value efficiency, whereas ENTJs value mastery. I asked my boyfriend if he's more likely to do things in the most efficient way, or work extra to do them the "right" way; he said that he'd do it the efficient way if he could, but will not neglect the need to do something perfectly if the situation demands it. He seems to value both depending on the situation.
As for other information, his main interests include gaming (he's a game development major, it's his passion), anime, some sciences, stand-up comedy, computers and technology.
Sorry for the long post. Any insight about these two types is greatly appreciated.