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    Default MBTI Certification

    Has anyone here done it? Does anyone on this thread actually work with and distribute meyers brigg type indicator for a living?
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    nobody obviously

    hell we may actually know more than them

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    I've wondered this myself. I also wonder if becoming an MBTI certified tester could bring in some good money. Anyone?
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    It would be awesome to get paid to work with groups doing MBTI seminars! You could probably make a living doing a couple of seminars or work shops a month. I recently looked in to having someone come to my old job to administer the test and talk about our results. It was pretty expensive, ranged from $1000 to $5000!
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    well, i've been thinking about doing this for a while now. at some point in my life at least. i just can't decide if i would need an actual degree alongside it or not. degree first? than certification? or skip the degree, just get certified? or skip the certification altogether, not worth while?
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    I thought you had to have a degree before being able to get certified, like a masters in Human Resouces, or Psychology or sumthin like that. I could be wrong though.
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    I was curious of that also, as when I was researching online, I didn't come across anything noting that.
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    I looked into it, and there did seem to be that requirement, but I got the impression it could be got round. I'm not sure if the requirements are different in the states.
    I'm going to hold off, because It's my intention to start studying Psych part time next year anyway(as well as start a business, LOL). I must say I was a little surprised though.
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    I would expect the real money to be in getting corporations to consult with you for their entire employee base....
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    If we were to do a degree in Psychology, with Psychometrics as our major, at a reputable University, we would discover that MBTI is a fake personality test used by the military/industrial complex to manipulate recruits and employees.

    We would discover MBTI has the same truth value as astrology, phrenology, tarot, homeopathy and alchemy.

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