I recently took one of those personality type quizzes and it said I'm an ISTJ.  What type are you?

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INFP

INTP / INTJ.  I'm an "impossible" 50/50 split.

The system doesn't work that way, you are either one or the other, it's based on Jungian Typology, which defines a set of cognitive functions from which you have the primary, secondary, tertiary and auxiliary.  This combination is a representation of how you think.  With that said, I'm an INTJ.

I know basically how the test works, though I don't claim to be an expert.  Despite what you've said, though, the test results say it very consistently.

 

I have and display traits from both groups, though I identify more with INTJ in most situations.

INFJ

Ditto. 

Same here.

We are rare, apparently, lol.

We've had these posts before.  If I recall, INTJs were way overrepresented among AOM members.


JB

Yea yea yea, but how are you at parties?

If it was a landing party he would be okay since he would be a yellow shirt.  It's the red shirts that you have to look after.

Unless you're talking TNG, then your whole world is flipped. Best stay in the blue/green.

In TOS it's the red shirts that always die.  The only yellow shirt to die that I can remember is the guy from The Doomsday Machine.  I'm not counting Pike because he lived with the Telosians.  You're right about the blue shirts, though.  I don't remember a single one of them dying.  I would so be the science officer, so I guess I'm in the safety zone

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