You're not the only one. If the function test is correct, Fi is, like, my third highest function, and my Ne is a hair stronger than my Ti.
This is a blanket statement.Because the test isn't accurate
It isn't accurate. I have not seen a single person get the correct results from the test. The questions on the test are not good at differentiating the extraverted from introverted functions, nor measuring how much of each you use propery.You're not the only one. If the function test is correct, Fi is, like, my third highest function, and my Ne is a hair stronger than my Ti.
The latter is quite easily explained by me having a strong ENTP leaning, but the strong Fi is a bit harder to explain even though I sort of lean towards INFP. Fi is the eighth (and IIRC the least developed) function of a textbook INTP so it's quite weird since the said INFP tendency is not strong at all.
This is a blanket statement.
My functions order changes from test to test so you can never be very sure with these kinds of things. The last I took was Fe>Fi though.
yes!Is it possible that the tests are poorly designed and will reflect the skewing that happens as a result of its author's biases? Some things the author might project on to other kinds of people might not be accurately representative of the possessors of the type systems described by Jung.