College of Veterinary Medicine

Cougar Orientation and Leadership Experience

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® (MBTI)

The MBTI assessment produces 16 different personality types, each with its own characteristics and strengths. There is no "right or best" type for veterinary medicine. All types are welcome and equal and become excellent students and veterinarians. Please don't worry about hidden agendas or answering assessment questions incorrectly, as the results are for you, alone.

It should take approximately 20 minutes to complete the assessment online. You should complete the assessment privately. The MBTI should be answered as honestly as possible, with an "at-home, kick-your-shoes-off, this feels like me most of the time" response. Please complete the MBTI Assessment no later than 5pm on August 8, 2014.

The access process is very simple! Copy the URL below into your browser: It should take you right to the beginning of your assessment. (You must copy it and paste it in your browser. Attempting to load the hyperlink from this page will result in an error message.)

Fill out the background information form (note that all demographic information is optional except for First Name, Last Name & Gender) and click on the “Continue” button. Make sure you enter your correct e-mail address as this is the only way I can send your report results to you.

You must complete the MBTI by August 8.
Respond to the questions to complete the MBTI then click on the “Done” button. Your report results will be sent to you within 48 hours. Print off this report and keep it for future reference.
If you have questions or need assistance with the online assessment, please call our COLE coordinator, Rachel Jensen at 509-335-5862 or email her at

Dr. Chris Chapman
Licensed Psychologist
Director of Counseling and Wellness
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University

Last Edited: Jul 16, 2014 10:06 AM   

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