I hear you
I'm an INTJ, which I believe is about that percentage of the population. There are also far fewer female than male NTs, which also contributes to the
All models are just models, but for me, Myers-Briggs is one of about 4 that I find helpful ... the others being astrology, a book called "The Instruction," aka (per me) Myers-Briggs for the soul (though it is rather challenging to analyze on your own), and the Enneagram. I'm not very into the Enneagram, but I have this book that has a chart that correlates Myers-Briggs & the Enneagram, and I found that quite interesting ...
Btw. One of the things that's most interesting/helpful about the Instruction model is that it allows for internal conflicts/paradoxes. So according to that model I have both a mission of Connection (extrovert) and a mission of Isolation (introvert). (Hopefully I'm remembering the terminology correctly.) It also allows for both sides of the T/F continuum in the same person. When I take the M-B test, I'm straight down the middle on that one.
If you get involved with academia at all, those folks will do their best to make a Thinker out of you, regardless of how you come in ... so what Myers-Briggs shows you is kind of your current status in some ways, but it may not show your true nature in all its complexity.
I guess we should start another thread about personality theory so we can discuss why you feel it's flawed