Cognitive function order, plox.
If they're out of whack, we can at least see what your dominant is to narrow it down quite a bit.
From there, we can figure out what your mannerisms and preferences are to figure out your actual type.
But, remember, the types are only Archetypes of extremes. It's my personal belief that all people contain certain aspects of every type; as all of the cognitive functions are used at one time or another.
Looks like you're an ISFP then?
You may just be very well balanced and very much in touch with all of your cognitive functions. You should count this as a blessing.
I have found that self-diagnosis is the best way to really pin down your type. Read up on the various functions and types and I think you will intuitively resonate with one type over the others.
I looked it over and ISFP sounds nothing like me. Other than the "strong set of values" part. I'm not quiet or reserved, as I will share my opinions and ideas with little hesitation to whether it's acceptable or not. "Kind, sensitive, and gentle" are attributes associated with an ISFP, but I qualify as the last person to meet any of those descriptions. Au contrare, I dislike trying to pander to peoples' emotional needs and hate emotional based decisions from both myself and others. I strive to live a life through logic and enjoy leading people when necessary.
This probably makes me sound like some sort of ridiculous MBTI hypochondriac. Really, though, it's displeasing to find that my choices on the test are not providing any matching result that reflects me.
Still, I think your idea is a good one. I'll skim around and see if any of the MBTI possibilites resonate with me. Thanks for the advice.
Let me save you some time, if you will.
I/E is pretty easy. Do you feel energized when you bring yourself to the world, or do you prefer to remained fixed and bring the world to yourself?
S/N. Do you think in details/specifics, or in theories? If you like details, do you rely upon what has worked in the past(si), or do you have a keen mind for specifics?(Se). If you see patterns and ideas behind detail, are you a passive observer pointing out constellations in the sky that everyone can see (Ne) or are your insights more personal and you generally feel that others should take heed of your intuitive insights? (Ni).
T/F. Do you think and make decisions with logic, facts, details and math, or do you weigh the emotional value of a situation to find the next best step? Sounds like you prefer the former. As a thinker, do you feel that your thoughts are uniquely yours (subjective logic) and that your logic sometimes doesn't get picked up all that well by others (Ti), or do you see logic as something as obvious as math written on a chalk board for everyone with half a mind to see (Te). If you're not an F, F still may be your shadow, so you'd need to understand what you try to avoid here. Do your feelings come from within and that they make you unique (Fi), or do you feel that your emotions bind you to the external world (Fe)?
Your P/J preference should be worked out from the above, but do you feel very strongly about the things you think and say as if the fact that they are your ideas makes them more meaningful to you, or do you just sortta sit back and notice things and then draw others' attention to them.
I hope this helps.
Going off your chart I came out:
And amazingly, that fits better than anything else I've read. Thank you! You've been an incredible help!
That (not so) coincidentally breaks down into the four cognitive functions of the ESTJ, Te primary, Si auxiliary Ne tertiary and Fi inferior/shadow. Read up on Fi and you should find it naturally alarming/revolting. If it does, I'd say you're an ESTJ for sure.