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MINIMYERSBRIGGS_1 - [maybe 3 points and a 2 points You may...

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transferred to this score sheet. ach quadrant, one of the letters should have the highest number. adrant – you will have, when you are done, 4 letters which are your “type” DO THIS MINI-“MYERS-BRIGGS” TEST For each of the 32 pairs of questions [like 1a and 1 b; 2 a and 2b; etc… ] you have 5 points. You must give a and b for each pair a number to indicate how much you PREFER to be either like a or b. “a and b” in each pair must always add up to 5. If you completely preer to be like a, and not at all want to be like b, you would give a - 5 points, and b - 0 points. If you prefer to be just a bit more like b than a, then you’d give b
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Unformatted text preview: [maybe] 3 points, and a - 2 points. You may not use ½ marks – so no a -2 ½ and b - 2 ½ . Whenyou are done, you must transfer answers to the scoring guide which is after the test pages. A DESCRIPTION OF THE 16 LETTER COMBINATIONS INDICATING THE 16 “MYERS BRIGGS TYPES”-You need to know which one you are and what the 4 letter pairs mean-E vs I; S vs N; T vs F; J vs P-There are LOTS of internet and other sources explain these if you missed the discussion in class....
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course BUSINESS 446 taught by Professor Sherliy during the Spring '11 term at Seneca.

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