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Originally Posted by Clockwork Orange[/quote
I scored as an INFJ.
I've been interested in Jungian psychology for many years, so this test always fascinates me.
I first took the Myers-Briggs test about 18 years ago. I was an INTP then, but now I'm an INFJ.
This sort of change in one's test results isn't unusual as people tend to exhaust the development/maximization of their superior function (insofar as people tend to stick to those things they're good at and avoid those things they're not good at or the least good at) and move toward assimilation of their auxillary functions and inferior function as they get older. Note: By "functions" I mean the four operations measured by the test, viz., thinking, feeling, sensation, and intuition.
For a more in-depth look at the theories upon which the test is based, see "Psychotherapy" (Ch: The Inferior Function) by Marie-Louise Von Franz and "Psychological Types" by C.G. Jung.