The Myers-Briggs Personality Test is an interesting bit of self-revelation. Based on your (honest) answers to a group of questions, the Myers-Briggs Personality Test lumps you into one of several personality stereotypes.
The test divides personality types into four primary categories:
(I) Introvert vs (E) Extrovert
(N) Intuitive vs (S) Sensing
(T) Thinking vs (F) Feeling
(J) Judging vs (P) Perceiving
I’ve taken many styles of this test (including the official version, which was scored by an actual testing company) many times over the years and the results for me have been very repeatable. My results proclaimed me to be an INTX – The “X” meaning a rough balance between the type INTJ and INTP, but always leaning slightly toward the INTJ or Introverted iNtuitive Thinking Judging.
The stereotype of the INTJ personality is the “absent-minded professor” I guess I put more stock in this assessment of my personality than my Zodiac sign. (Taurus)