Firstly, my MBTI is categorised as ENTJ and, after much deduction, I am pleased to say I do belong to the small number of ENTJs there are. I am proud of my uniqueness.
But, also, I would not describe myself as being a full extroverted person. An Extrovert has many people they consider friends whereas I have few I consider real friends.
The Extrovert will always always be talking yet I favour speaking when it is really only required or in some way valuable. I do not like those whom speak because they must but rather prefer people who speak when they have something to say.
With my friends in our group, I am almost always the pivotal member - people always speak to me and I notice I get a disproportionate amount of eye contact from my friends when we speak in our group but, when it comes to new groups of complete strangers, I prefer to hold back and assess before going in whereas the Extrovert traditionally just gets in there at the earliest possible opportunity.
Though I should note that, given my socioeconomic status, I more often than not find myself with groups of people who are not considered intellectual and thus they talk about complete nonsense (celebrities, football, soap dramas etc) and I am sorry, but I would rather kill myself than sit through a Coronation Street omnibus.
Despite holding off from group discussions at the first moment and despite not being the first to engage with a large group, I do however love to lead groups of people and love to give presentations to large groups. The most I've given to at once was around 30-40 and loved it. Some of my 75%+ E Friends however hate that idea.
Therefore I consider myself an Ambivert and thus feel that my MBTI type of ENTJ is somewhat wrong - that rather I should be an ANTJ.
I would describe myself as 55% E.
Why is A not considered for in MBTI? What would be its implications? I personally feel the difference between an ENTJ like myself at 55% E would be enormously different between a 80%+ E.