Personality tests are all about putting yourself into a nice little box. They are designed to sort everyone into a small set of groups, so you can describe them, describe yourself and get an idea of how those two types might interact.
The most valuable piece of advice I can give you is to only take what’s valuable from these tests, don’t let them define you. They might show you a preference, or behaviours that you lean towards in certain situations, but they don’t outline your whole being.
Meyers-Briggs is a very famous example of the type. It can be very helpful to put labels of Thinking or Feeling to your general preference, but it’s almost certainly unhelpful to state “I’m an INFP, so I can’t do that well”.
If you do feel boxed in, try breaking out. Think about a time or situation where you’ve done the opposite of what a personality test suggests. What was the scenario? How did it feel? When might you do it again? Did this let you round off a weakness or maybe balance out an overuse of a strength?
Taking the valuable parts lets you continue to grow and drive towards your goals. Pushing past the box means you aren’t limited by the strictures of the test but are able to achieve powerful outcomes that matter to you.