I did the Introvert/Extrovert test about ten years ago, and the result came out that I'm an extrovert person. I felt really proud of myself, to me it meant that I'm an outgoing and fun person.
But deep down I knew that I hadn't answered the test honestly...
I did the test again years later, and the result showed that I'm scoring very high on the introvert, and it really made sense! I know that I love being in my own space, on my own, to think and create, to recoup. I also know that I love being around other people, talking, creating things together.
But where I recharge my battery is when I'm on my own. It's not better to be extrovert, nor worse to be introvert, both have a role to play, but being introvert is widely misunderstood.
I found this TED talk again on the subject. It's very well worth watching, whatever part of the spectrum you are on!
Susan Cain talks about 'The Power of Introverts' An inspiring and moving talk by Susan Cain about being an Introvert and how important it is to include us in the world.