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returned by the post office for inadequate addresses. Seventy-four (63.8 %) completed

questionnaires were returned.

Findings

Demographics

The majority of the respondents to the questionnaire were above the age of 30

(60.8 %; n=45), White (89.2%; n=66), and female (74.3%; n=55). The seminary gives

notation at graduation to students who have achieved high honors (GPA 3.9) and one of

the foci of this study was to examine how well the MMPI-2 and the NEO PI-R predict

final GPA. Twenty-two (29.7 %) graduates who completed the questionnaire had

achieved high honors. Students of the Midwest Pastoral Counseling Program graduate

from either a clinical track or non-clinical track. Only those who have completed the

clinical track may be eligible for licensure. Sixty-eight (91.9 %) of the respondents to the

questionnaire indicated that they had completed the clinical track of the degree program

and the majority of them (n = 64; 94.1%) were presently licensed. Sixty-three (85.1%) of

the respondents indicated that they were actively using their counselor education at

present.

Data Analysis

Correlation analyses of archival data and the data received from respondents via

the questionnaire were performed to determine the relationship between the MMPI-2

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