SELF INTERPRETATION OF YOUR PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS AND REPORTS
Worth: 5 points (Note: Full credit will be given, as long as you take this exercise seriously.)
Do not write your name on the report. Instead, write only the last 4
digits of your ID number. To respect your confidentiality, your name
will not be matched with your 4 digits (I will not know the identity of
the report writer), except to give you credit.
Write a 2 - 5 page report of your own interpretation of your own psychological
testing materials. You may approach this task however you wish, but below
are a few suggestions:
|According to your test results, what do you think are your personal strengths?|
On what areas of self-development would you like to work?
|What test results, if any, surprised you? Why?|
|What test results, if any, do you think were simply inaccurate?|
|Did the psychological report written about you by a classmate have|
any useful insights? If so, what?
|If you were to talk to a counselor about your test results, on what topics would|
you like to focus?
|Overall, what implications might your test results have for you in terms of (a) your|
educational and career direction, (b) your personal relationships with your
(future) mate and your friends/family, (c) your self-understanding and personal
See some sample reports written by previous students: