When I took the Brigg's test for the first time, my results had very low percentages (except for N - I was at 34%). I don't truly know what this means, but I'm assuming that it means that it's means that I'm not a true INFP. It makes sense, though. I consider myself an ambivert, not exactly an introvert or an extrovert but more of a balance of both. I also view intelligence as a perceptive topic, where emotional maturity and rational thinking compliment each other to achieve healthy decisions. Lastly, I can easily just relax and enjoy life or get extremely focused and down to business. Can someone help explain? I'm not concerned or insecure about my personality type, but I am extremely curious to read different perspectives on this topic.