Extraverts, especially the analytical and organized ones, lead the way in income, leadership and satisfaction. Introversion is a sure-fire way to be left behind. If you are an ISFP, is there no hope?
The MBTI measures how you interact with the world, process information, organize yourself and make decisions. While your basic nature contributes to this, it is not the final word.
The things that make an ENTJ successful are all behaviors you can learn. You can become more confident and assertive. You can improve your information gathering or work habits. You can quiet your emotional side when making decisions.
Yet the things that make an ISFP special are harder to teach. How does an outgoing, data-based leader on an executive track learn how to interpret and consider the feelings of individuals? How can they relinquish control of their routine to adapt to the unpredictable?
If a personality test says you aren't cut out for the major or career you want, take it as a learning opportunity and not a rejection.
Want to learn how your natural strengths and interests translate to college majors? Try this College Major test, based on the Myers Briggs personality types.