Career Development Services
Find out more about the Myers-Briggs test and how you can apply your results to your future career plans.
Main Career Development Services Website
Career Exploration: Learn about career exploration workshops and tests you can take
For information about this workshop and career development services, contact Cam Helkowski, associate director of Career Development Services
Get help with assignments and study skills at the following places:
Center for Tutoring and Academic Excellence
You can contact Loyola's Career Development Center to take the official Myers Briggs test. There are also free tests online that you can use to get a sense of your Myers Briggs type.
What is the Myers Briggs Type Indicator?
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, or MBTI, is a psychological assessment test that measures how you experience the world and how you make decisions. You can use the MBTI to identify personality traits that influence your learning style and work habits.
MBTI is adapted from the work of psychologist Carl Jung, who identified four ways we experience the world: sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking.
Myers-Briggs types can be broken down into the following categories:
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Resources and Further Reading
Learn more about Myers-Briggs with the following resources
Myers-Briggs Type at Wikipedia
You can learn more about your own MBTI and print out infographics describing your type at opp.com.
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You can use your MBTI to help you identify the ways you learn best. By being aware of your MBTI you can also adapt if you find yourself in a classroom or a group work environment differs from your own MBTI preferences.
A key thing MBTI does is tell you what your preferences are for processing information. Do you like to deal with big ideas or facts? Do you do better with visuals or auditory experiences? Think about your MBTI preferences and the ways in which you like to work.
Check out Drury University's Study Skills and Academic Success guide for links and resources.
Read this excellent LifeHacker post about taking notes
See Princeton's quick guide to taking great notes
Visit Hack College for posts on developing study skills, including this one on organization and time management
Wondering who your MBTI Harry Potter equivalent is or which state has the most INFJs? Check out these links for Myers-Briggs types in pop culture.
Blog post: Your Pop Culture Myers-Briggs Personality Type, including Star Wars, Harry Potter (pictured below), and Star Trek Next Generation
What's My Type? Blog, exploring MBTI in pop culture
16 Fiction Book Characters' Myers-Briggs Personality Types at Huff Post
16 Myers Briggs Personality Types and the Celebrities Who Have Them at Babble
The Myers Briggs States of America at The Atlantic
Adventure Time MBTI chart at Deviant Art (pictured below)