When I had taken this test in the past, I always came out as an INTJ, but the last time I took it I came out as an INFJ, which is interesting.
Buried several years and pages back, there's a link to a larger site with many different personality tests, and one of them is the Jung Explorer Test, which gives you scores both for what you are, and what you would prefer to be:
Actualized type: INFJ
(who you are)
Introverted (I) 67.74% Extroverted (E) 32.26%
Intuitive (N) 58.82% Sensing (S) 41.18%
Feeling (F) 51.11% Thinking (T) 48.89%
Judging (J) 60.61% Perceiving (P) 39.39%
INFJ - "Author". Strong drive and enjoyment to help others. Complex personality. 1.5% of total population.
Preferred type: INTJ
(who you prefer to be)
Introverted (I) 55.56% Extroverted (E) 44.44%
Intuitive (N) 55.26% Sensing (S) 44.74%
Thinking (T) 52.27% Feeling (F) 47.73%
Judging (J) 69.7% Perceiving (P) 30.3%
INTJ - "Mastermind". Introverted intellectual with a preference for finding certainty. A builder of systems and the applier of theoretical models. 2.1% of total population.
According to this, I'm an INFJ who tries to be more of an INTJ. It's interesting, in that the balance/struggle between thinking and feeling is something I'm keenly aware of. The test also says I'm attracted to extroverts, which makes sense - my ex-wife and my current girlfriend are both very social and extroverted people.
Reading through everyone else's old results, one thing that struck me is that the INTJ description is a great description of how I behave at work or when I'm engaged in some sort of project, while the INFJ is more descriptive of my personal relationships and attitudes towards social issues. I still think that really the balance swings more towards T than F, since I'm incredibly detail-oriented and won't give credence to intuitive "knowledge" unless I have data/research/experience to back it up. But it makes sense that I straddle that line.
Anyone else take this particular version?