MBTI® Interpretive Report
Take your MBTI test to the next level with a complete and succinct interpretation of your personality type.
The MBTI® Interpretive report depicts your personality type in a five-page analysis that allows a complete interpretation of the inner-workings of what makes up your type. With the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Interpretive Report, you can expect everything that comes with a MBTI Profile as well as an extensive clarification of your results.
The MBTI® Interpretive Report goes one step further from just providing you with your MBTI personality type—you’ll learn what mental processes you choose over others, how you make decisions, when in your life you utilize different mental processes over others, and how situations affect how you use these mental processes.
Your four-letter MBTI type is created from your personality’s tendencies to lean toward one side of four different dichotomies. These pairings are as follows:
- Introverted and Extroverted: prefer to work and be by yourself or work and spend time with others
- Intuitive and Sensing: prefer to view things on a long-term scale or to worry about each moment as it happens
- Feeling or Thinking: prefer to make decisions along the lines of how you’re feeling at the moment or through applying reason to the choices
- Perceiving or Judging: prefer to live spontaneously or live within a scheduled, organized world
Along with a breakdown of your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® personality type, the MBTI Interpretive Report offers you various tools to further understand how you received the type that you did. Clarity indexes break down the degrees to which you correspond with each of your personality’s processes in a user-friendly way, with the help of descriptions that describe how your responses led to your personality type. Furthermore, the end of your report gives you options for reassessing your answers should you have any doubts about your type.