Your average across tests is coming out more "N" than "S"? But are you coming out 53% or 52% one way or the other on each of the tests? If so, that could just indicate that you are a flexible thinker who can get along easily with both N's and S's...which would benefit you in any career.I have taken 6 different MB tests the last day, and 4 say Im a INTJ while two say ISTJ.
So, how do I know what I am? It seems more to be of wording type of thing. Since English is my second language how the question is asked may affect how I answer the question.
Its the N or S question I get the different readings on. The other three are very stable.
I guess the INTJ are supposed to be very smart ( in serious test Ive always landed somewhere around 120, not that high, most IQ test can be thought with repitition ) but never been really good at School. Atleast not in our school system where boundries where never set. No homework needed etc..
I love to think about efficient use of materials and time. How to calculate making capital investments and depreciacion. Ive never studied it, but I would love to read about it. How to make a businesses more efficient and competetive. Im studying Social Economics, but I find it to teoretical, so its very boring to me. That and with a full time job, I get very low grades. So I should not be a INTJ?
Could anybody direct me somewhere I could find out if Im more inclined to N or S?
I also find that my surroundings and job tends to influence how I test. I'm usually borderline J/P but tend to be very "NT" when I work in a high-powered scientific environment but less pronouncedly so when I work in humanities or a less achievement oriented scientific group.
So, it may not be superimportant to pin it down per se, but more important to see how your results can work for you as you choose your next stage career.