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Using Type As A Professional

"If you don't know what an extravert thinks, you haven't been listening. If you don't know what an introvert thinks, you haven't asked them!"
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There are currently four distinct forms of the MBTI® questionnaire. Each one is different in its use and scoring.


Form M (93 items).The current standard form of the MBTI® assessment and is scored for four-letter type and the preference clarity indexes. Online administration and scoring is available through the publisher, CPP. Computer or template scoring is also available.


Form M self-scorable (93 items). The current standard self-scorable form and is scored for four-letter type. The preference clarity indexes may also be calculated. It is hand-scored by the individual taking the Indicator, or by the professional.


Step II™ Form Q (144 items).Used to generate a four-letter type and scores on twenty facet scales, with five facets in each of the four primary MBTI dichotomies. The facet results highlight individual differences within type. Used when in-depth individual feedback is needed (e.g., coaching, counseling, executive development, relationship counseling).


Step III™ (222 items). Designed for anyone who wants to increase awareness about the specific and unique ways they use their type in making life choices. In-depth sessions with a trained Step III professional help the client gain insight necessary for becoming more effective in the natural use of their type. The MBTI® Step III Interpretive Report is written directly to the client using "non-type" language. The counselor helps the client process the statements generated to address their current level of self-confidence, approach to difficulties, sources of enjoyment, and more. The Step III instrument and Interpretive Report are available for purchase and use only by professionals who have successfully completed the MBTI® Step III Certification Program.


Visit CAPT for information on the MBTI®Step III Certification Program .

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