I found this personality test online and here is my result.
Then I googled how ISFJ is described more detail. Based on the same website, ISFJs direct their energy inward. They are energized by spending time alone. They are private and deliberate. ISFJs usually have a small circle of close friends. As Sensors, ISFJs process information through their senses. They are concrete, realistic, practical and live in the moment. ISFJs give attention to details.
ISFJs are Feelers and make decisions with their heart. They are gentle and empathetic. They are warm and caring. ISFJs strongly dislike conflict. ISFJs are organized and plan ahead. Their lives are scheduled and structured. ISFJs are responsible when it comes to finishing tasks. They get satisfaction from closure.
ISFJ can be often described using these words; selfless, observant, service-oriented, kind, sensitive, traditional, loyal, concrete, private, quiet, realistic, disciplined, empathetic, warm, organized, consistent, gentle, considerate, practical, affirming, responsible, deliberate, humorous, and trustworthy.
In relationship, ISFJs define love in terms of caring and support. They are utterly committed and dedicated in their relationships. They are often trustworthy and can be counted upon through thick and thin. They cherish deep connections and seek lifelong friendships. They sometimes have a hard time standing up for themselves. ISFJs have a great sense of humor and love to laugh.
In work, ISFJs are dependable and trustworthy. They feel a great sense of responsibility for the job assigned to them. They work well when they know what is expected of them. They often enjoy working alone and do best without distractions. ISFJs have a hard time stopping until the job is done. They are committed to treating others with respect.
In school or learning, ISFJs are concrete learners. They are drawn to subjects that are practical. They learn best with caring and organized teachers. They need clear and detailed directions. Teachers appreciate their willingness to work hard and turn in assignments on time. ISFJs often pursue training for service-oriented careers.
Typical ISFJ strengths are good at listening, eager to serve, good at handling money, warm and affirming, and great organizational skills.
Typical ISFJ weakness are can neglect their own needs, dislikes changes, takes criticism personally, and has trouble with conflict.
ISFJ Defenders are agreeable and kind. They are deeply caring and conscientious. They are excellent helpmates and need appreciation from those closest to them. Their greatest contribution is their ability to identify the needs of others and meeting them selflessly.
I couldn’t agree more.