Here are a couple of tests I like.
This one is harder to skew because there's 3 choices for each question. Discordia Inc.
This is a longer test which I think provides greater opportunity for accuracy. Humanmetrics
Thanks for the advice. I actually took both of those tests before I started the thread. Both tests said I was an S (Actually, the discordia test said that I was ISTP, which is the only MBTI test that I've ever taken to type me as a P. J is usually my strongest trait. I'll just assume that it was an anomaly.).
Thanks for the responses. Like most of the tests, all of you typed me as an ISTJ. I think that's probably my correct type. Based on researching some more, I've realized that I can identify with everything that is used to describe ISTJs (more or less), but, while I strongly identify with some parts of descriptions for INTJs, I also strongly disagree with other parts.
I guess I'm an ISTJ with a strong/well developed N, which seems to put me in good company.
A really good way to figure out your type is to look through these descriptions and find out which suits you most in terms of content and style. ISTJ INTJ ISTP (Keep in mind that 'J' does not necessarily mean what you think it means.)
What's so weird about being amazingly competent in the things you don't prefer? For instance, I am really good at identifying things that I perceive through my 5 senses. Also, I laugh or smile when I'm amused or happy and cry when I'm really sad...and sometimes I make decisions quickly but other times I don't. I guess you just can't understand those of us who are great at everything. That's ok.
I think you're an ISTJ.
The things you use to describe the INTJ are also ISTJ traits.
ISTJ's don't simply follow tradition for the sake of tradition.
I don't think even Keirsey (the guy who coined the "Guardians") believed that.
Another thing to keep in mind is that all these type descriptors are (genearally) written by xNxx types, which means xSxx types get slightly shafted in descriptions sometimes. There are books out there with better theory and insights than the online stuff.
(And the humanmetrics test online is very skewed to make people get N results, so if people get S, I am very inclined to think that's accurate.)
ISTJs are pretty cool. It's a good type.
*You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
*Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.