Hi all,I think I am an ISFP for a long time, but I also think myself as an ISTP sometimes. I took tests for 2 or 3 times and had something like 54% - 66% F and 46% - 33% T. I usually tested as an ISFP but sometimes an ISTP. I like logical thinking and analyzing, but I also care about my and others' feeling, and I am a sensitive person who takes a lot of things personally. I base my decision both on feeling and logic, about half and half of the time. I am an 5w4, sometimes tested as 5w6, in Enneagram, which is why I enjoy analyzing things and rational thinking, but I can't tell for sure if my thinking is all that strictly logical.
I like to learn new things and skills and gather knowledge and information about different things. I also enjoy troubleshooting and solving my friends' problem if I have the solution. My computer broke down earlier and I read some books on the related issue and fixed it on my own. I had an incredible sense of success. The whole instruction and repairing process is quite hard and boring but I managed to go through the whole thing without spending a penny.
I guess I was an ISTJ as a child, and I almost became a science major in college. I was good at math and chemistry, okay at physics, before college (I had only one math class in college and I was good at it as well). But I chose an art major because I'm interested in visual art for a very long time and I am glad that I'm in it.I've seen people on different forums saying that ISFP is incapable of thinking, which further confuses me. It's actually pretty sad and absurd, if I'm an ISFP.
Also, what are some fundamental differences between ISFP and ISTP? ISTP sounds like a very rational man who doesn't care much about feeling, while ISFP is not rational at all and seems to care more about people and put people and relationship at priority. I don't mean to offend either type. That's just my stupid general impression of the two types. I feel like being something in between. I think I'm neither that rational as an ISTP nor that kind and warm-hearted as an ISFP