I could see it being used for good or for bad. I can see teachers or parents using it as a way to help understand and foster their childrens learning styles or behavior patterns. And I can see it being abused for tracking and stereotyping. I suppose children themselves could use and abuse it similar ways. I kind of wish I had known about it when I was younger because It may have helped me understand a little bit better why I felt so profoundly different. I am certain I would have loved to know about this when I was younger, if I could have learned about it on my own. But I can also understand how it can be hurtful to children. I have told the story here before how it was administered to me in high school in a way that I think was inappropriate where immediately following the scoring the instructor would call out a type and everyone who tested as that would have to stand in front of everyone and then walk en masse to form a group. It was really unpleasant for me to be singled out that way and I still remember feeling the dread and exposure which was unfair.