I've taken a bunch of MBTI tests the past year or so, and have never come to a solid conclusion on my type.
I've tested as an ESTP, ENFP, ENTP, INFJ, INFP, ESFP, ENFJ, ISFP and INTP.
The range of these results seems fucking ridiculous, but I think it has something to do with me being depressed off-and-on my entire life. I am 16. I started seeing the shrink last December when I thought I had ADD because I couldn't pay attention to anything in school, even outside of school. I was consistently tired and disorganized, irritable and had mood swings.
After 3 - 4 months I was diagnosed with depression by a psychiatrist, and now am on Prozac, and have been since late March I believe. I didn't know how shitty it was until I started feeling better, I'm still not 100%, I dono, stable? But I feel better than I did. So I've pretty much given up on taking these little tests because it's fucked with my head too much and my results are always inconsistent and only match with what I feel at the time.
I really think the only way to get some accurate conclusions is by asking questions instead of this broad bullshit that I always over think, mostly because every single question always depends on the circumstances.
For example, "Analyze and critique what doesn't fit with a well-defined principle." No. That depends what the hell it is. I don't do this shit all of the time, only when I'm involved in something in which it is required. Sometimes I don't care, other times I'm very involved. I don't feel comfortable rating myself one out of five, because it's more than likely at times I'll rate it a one and other times a five. Then when I put it in the middle I end up with some bullshit result which doesn't fit me at all.
Yeah. Questions? Thanks, haha.