How funny, we both have INTP 5w4! Well, ish, I may be borderline INTP/INFP depending on the test I do, and my 9w1 is also pretty high up there. That’s one thing that bothers me about these kinds of tests, is that people oversimplify them – taking their most dominant type and ignoring all else, or rather, forgetting that each type is not a box, but a scale, each person falling somewhere along the spectrum. MBTI believers suffer from this, and Enneagram users suffer from this a LOT.
According to various Enneagram sites, your ONE dominant type is what matters above all else and whatever you scored on any of the other aspects, unless directly related to your dominant aspect, fades into the background. In reality, if you want to gain a proper understanding of your results you need to read up on all of the aspects and understand how each correlates with your understanding of yourself.
I mean, these kinds of tests are reductive overgeneralized things anyway, but people make them even more so. I mean, who cares if it’s just some fun thing to do that you don’t take all that seriously, but there are plenty of people who DO take it seriously, and still they look at it so narrowly.
(Another thing: funny that the MBTI-enneagram correlations also correlate pretty closely to my own results, both in the INTP category and the INFP that’s close behind.)