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Model predict a counseling student’s academic achievement and a counselor’s

satisfaction or perceived efficacy in the profession.

Restatement of the Problem

Counselor education programs are faced with the responsibility of developing

admission criteria for the selection of students. Although numerous methods have been

attempted, they have been criticized for their ineffectiveness. Counselor education

programs may benefit from an admission screening methodology that will help predict an

applicant’s successful participation and satisfaction in the counseling profession.

Restatement of Research Questions

The primary research question guiding this study was: Do self-reported measures

of personality predict useful post-graduation markers of success in Master’s level

counselor education students? More specifically, this study examined the question of

how well both the MMPI-2 and the NEO PI-R predict the following outcomes:

Final GPA

Licensure Acquisition

Ongoing participation in counseling related professions

Work satisfaction

Perceived effectiveness

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