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    There is a correlation between GPA and the personality profiles of students of a seminary counselor education program as assessed by the MMPI-2 clinical and validity scales and the NEO PI-R domain scales.

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    There is a correlation between satisfaction in the counseling profession and the personality profiles of students of a seminary counselor education program as assessed by the MMPI-2 clinical and validity scales and the NEO PI-R domain scales.

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    There is a correlation between self-perceived effectiveness in the counseling profession and the personality profiles of students of a seminary counselor education program as assessed by the MMPI-2 clinical and validity scales and the NEO PI-R domain scales.

Summary of the Findings

The first hypothesis was tested by a correlation analysis of the MMPI-2 clinical

and validity scale scores, NEO PI-R domain scale scores, and the questionnaire

respondents’ GPA. In this study, GPA was delineated by two categories, High Honors

and Not High Honors. The High Honors category was a GPA of 3.9 and above. The

correlations in this study that are .002 or lower are considered statistically significant and

the correlations that are between .05 and .003 are reported as noteworthy trends.

Results showed no statistically significant correlation between GPA and the

personality profiles of students, but there was a noteworthy trend for students to achieve a

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