One of the principal goals in creating the Myers and Briggs Foundation website is to give Internet users a convenient guide to accurate and ethically correct information and services about psychological type and the use of and applications of the MBTI® instrument.
Here is a checklist of helpful tips for choosing a website that will provide you with current, accurate, and ethical information about the MBTI instrument. You may also want to refer to information about how the MBTI instrument is different from other personality questionnaires.
Naomi L. Quenk, Ph.D., one of the co-authors of the MBTI® Manual, created the "Be Wary" list as a way to identify a Web site that may not be using the MBTI instrument accurately or ethically.
You can also read the ethical guidelines for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument or find certified administrators and providers through the Association for Psychological Type International or the MBTI® Master Practitioner Referral Network.