Explanation of the Results:
This type of personality test uses four indexes of personality and the combination of the four is your personality type. The first index relates to how you interact with other people and can be Extroverted (E), meaning you're more outgoing or Introverted (I), meaning you keep more to yourself. The second relates to how you make decisions; whether you're Intuitive (N), getting answers from within, or you rely on Sensing (S) information from your surroundings, using your five senses. The third relates to whether you're more emotional and Feeling (F) or rational and Thinking (T). The fourth relates to whether you prefer things to be organized, meaning you're Judging (J), or you prefer things to be more unbound, meaning you're Perceiving (P).
Way back when I first started college I did the full Myers-Briggs type indicator as part of a class. I was 16 and scored as INTP. I find it a bit interesting that I'm ending up more as a J now, but as I recall I was pretty close to borderline on the J/P aspect (and so far over into the T there was no F component at all, but that's another story.)