There is an inherent problem when it comes to typing and MBTI..that problem is that, it is very subjective and honestly, only you will know where you fit (it's hard.. I've been to 3 different types so far and believed I was each.. I'm fairly sure I am an ENTP because I can relate to it the best!
Leads me to my next point.. Your type is not an absolute, so if you have well developed F then it doesn't mean you have no T. Personally my Fe is quite well developed, by my Ti is definitely my dominate function. I am also pretty even split between the E and the I (I've spent the whole of today recovering after from last night watching docos in my room (still am lol don't think I'll go out tonight either) But I still love being around people and don't get drained at all! If anything, get bored if I am around the same people too often.. I like variety and I love packed out venues were incan interact with others.) mood can also affect what you get.. It has been shown and is the basis for a lot of psychological research, that different mood states have a direct effect on how you will interporate words and sentences. For instances, when I am stressed and depressed, I will test as an INFP.. This is definitely worth consideration.
So my advise is to get rid of the absolute mindset and just start being honest with yourself.. Another good method is to try taking a MBTI test and choosing the opposite answers (I found this personally removed a lot of my biases and confirmed I was an ENTP).