Exam Preparation Inventory

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Comprehensiveness Basic
Administration Time - 30 min
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Scoring Options hand icon Internet icon
Language English
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Exam Preparation Inventory

Not everyone learns and retains information the same way. The Exam Preparation Inventory (EPI) is a measure of test preparation and study behaviours. Categorized into scales that parallel the 8 MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) preferences, the EPI will help your students/clients succeed by discovering a learning strategy that fits their personality. This is useful tool for learning styles/study skills programs.

Interpretation Guide - Cost effective and time efficient, the Exam Preparation Inventory (EPI) Scoring and Interpretation Guide provides an excellent option for those who need immediate results. This 16-page all-inclusive booklet walks clients through the simple process of self-scoring the inventory. It provides 12 pages of interpretive information that helps clients understand their scores for each of the 8 EPI preferences. Clients receive immediate interpretation of their scores and suggested action steps for implementing the results.

Binder - This essential binder includes technical and interpretive information to help trainers and counsellors gain a thorough understanding of Exam Preparation Inventory and its appropriate use. The Binder also offers interpretation tips, scripts and applications. Using this resource, professionals will be better able to assist clients in applying their EPI results to their work and study.

Available in both self-scorable paper and online formats. Used for individual development, it takes about 20 minutes to complete and contains 115 items.

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