I was wondering how one *really* deciphers the score measure between T/F ...
If one is truly a T, by definition of T... then one would need to almost score 100% T, as by definition T should objectively override F in every situation.
So for those say, not scoring over say 90% or so in T, to rule out a few anomalous answers, especially males who might be in the borderline range on this scoring slightly 60-70% T or so...they are probably actually an F. And will still be able to use T when absolutely necessary, thus the percentage, but primarily function as an F in the real world given they don't have to make a decision on something.
I think a lot of the people in the INTP forum are actually probably F's, especially some of the males.
Anyway, that was my deduction that I am actually an INFP, and not the INTP. Either that or I am an INTP with extremely developed F, and even if I know the logic extremely clear, I choose F over it, but from what I understand, that is the basis for deciding F or T.
Watching some of the people I view to be true INTP's are far too rigid in logic, almost irrationally so at times to void their authenticity or sense of self. Of course no offense to any INTP's...