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MajorsPTI Self-Scorable Assessments

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Why Majors? Because it is more accurate and less costly than our competition! The Majors Personality Type Inventory is a 51-item instrument available in both an on-line and self-scorable version that provides a basic 4-letter type code and scores for each preference. This assessment is designed to help facilitate your learning valuable information about how you direct your energy, take in information, make decisions, and how you orient to your environment.
 
If you are MBTI® qualified, you are eligible to purchase the assessment now!  Sold in packs of 10. 

To purchase the online version of the PTI, set up your account now or call 800-456-6284.  After you sign up, we will email you log in information to purchase the assessment.
 
If you are not MBTI® qualified, attend one of our certification programs so you may begin using this assessment.

Mark Majors, Ph.D., designed the Majors Assessments from decades of experience with instrument design. At CPP, he was a data analyst for the MBTI® Form M, and he directed the development of the MBTI® Form Q. Majors was also director of research at CAPT where he led research on MBTI® Step III and contributed to the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator (PMAI) and the Klein Group Indicator (KGI). In addition, he was the central data analyst and scoring developer for the 1994 Strong Interest Inventory.

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"I knew very little about personality type prior to this course... At first it seemed overwhelming, but as the class continued, the instructor Bob McAlpine, made it all make sense. He is wonderful at what he does and this class is well worth the investment. I am looking forward to using type instruments to better understand people and assist them in communicating with others, either on a professional level or in a group setting. It appears to be a wonderful instrument with so many possibilities."

Kevin Kilday