Determine the meaning of your temperament profile code (a four-letter code):

The grading criteria are as follows:
To earn any points, you must complete each of the five assessments and reflections. Not completing all 5, will earn a zero for the entire Exercise.
The paper was double spaced, 1 inch margins all around, Times-New Roman 12pt font, use of APA headings (not headers). No cover page required.
The paper was free of spelling and grammatical errors.
Assessments and reflections were placed in chronological order with reflections clearly numbered. The order of the items in the assessment packet were as follows:The assessment packet was submitted on time.
Assessment & Reflection #1 (Ability)
Assessment & Reflection #2 (Interests)
Assessment & Reflection #3 (Personality)
Assessment & Reflection #4 (Values)
Assessment & Reflection #5 (Autobiography)
All 5 assessments and reflections must be included. NOT including each assessment results in a zero for the entire project. There is no partial credit.
Guidelines for Organizing Reflection Papers:
When reflecting on assessments 1-4, answer the three questions below for each assessment reflection.
1) do the results of the assessment make sense to me? (i.e., are they face valid?);
2) how has my ability, personality, interests, or values affected my success or caused me difficulty in past jobs; and
3) how has my ability, personality, interests, or values shaped my future career plans.
Use the above guide to structure assessments 1-4 of your reflection papers (assessment 5 will have different instructions).YOU MUST CLEARLY integrate your assessment results into your papers. The above provides you with structure and a format for preparing organized reflection papers.
As far as APA headings, your would have 3 headings in each of your respective papers. Your headings will correspond to the three questions above.
Directions for completing each assessment
Follow these instructions to complete the third assessment to be included in your assessment packet:
Print a hard copy of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter II & Score Sheet.
Answer all 70 questions and record your answers.
Calculate your temperament code by following the directions on the Score Sheet. Refer to the example for scoring.
Determine the meaning of your temperament profile code (a four-letter code):
Go to the Overview of the Temperaments() page at the Keirsey Temperament Sorter II website.
In the middle of the page, there are for headings “Overview, Overview, Artisan, Guardian, Idealist, Rational” scroll over each and locate your 4 letter temperate profile code under the one of the subheadings: Guardian, Artisan, Idealist, or Rational.
Click on the link that matches your code.
scroll down to see the full descriptions for the code
For any section with tied scores, print out all pages corresponding all possible temperaments. For example, if your first dichotomy was tied, that is, you had the same scores for both ā€œEā€ and ā€œIā€ and the remaining scores were well differentiated. For example, your next letters were SFJ, you would print out two separate temperament profiles, ESFJ and ISFJ.
Print out the page or pages that explain your temperament.
Review your profile or profiles and write a one to two page reflection paper answering the questions under the Guidelines for Organizing Reflection Papers
Submit your completed score sheet, the printout or printouts of your temperament profile with your reflection paper.

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