This is as close as I can get to hugging you right now nya! Thanks for the link and we wish you good health and recovery >.<
Aha, I see what you mean. The thing though, is it's exactly as you imply: "not all INFJs are the same".
MBTI type on itself should be static, but each type, person, develops in their own way.
MBTI type also says a lot about someone, but still has its limits, so, as it is not supposed to tell everything about a person, naturally that also means "not every INFJ is the same". Type descriptions also tend to say more about someone's personality than MBTI can actually tell, which means, more inaccuracies and assumptions.
I hope you don't mind I'm telling you things you didn't even ask for. XD But if you're interested, I'd be willing to elaborate; specifically more on "type development". Any answer is fine
Ahh, I may have seen a test like that before (going by % of a type), but this is the first time I've heard of an MBTI test making claims like that. It certainly does not fit with my comprehension of how the system works. I'd like to have a look at this test if you'd want to provide me with the link?
Mmm well, there we go! Can I ask how you got the idea of "My dominant personality type is INFJ, with a tie betwen INFP and INTJ for my secondary." then? oo
(As far as I know btw, there is no such thing as a "dominant/secondary/multiple" MBTI type... you're probably an INFJ :P )