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Mock Psychological Evaluation Report: A Great Template for Students
Note: This evaluation is based solely on a fictional participant, with fictional biography information and test scores.
Psychological Evaluation Report
NAME OF THE EXAMINEE: Kyle Smith
DATE OF REPORT: November 28, 2005
EXAMINER: Kellie Fish
REFERRAL QUESTION/REASON FOR TESTING:
Kyle Smith came to me without being referred, because he is concerned about continuing his education. We met on several occasions to discuss his concerns and allow me a chance to interview Kyle about information I felt was pertinent to the issue at hand. Kyle has some doubts about whether he is qualified to attend the University of his choice, Duke University. He is also concerned with whether he will be successful at all in his future education and career. The purpose of testing Kyle is to provide him with guidance about his future college major and continuing education. Testing Kyle will help determine his strengths, weaknesses and interests to help him find the career and college major that best match his personality.
ASSESSMENT METHODS:
Examinee Biography
Otis-Lennon School Ability Tests (OLSAT)
California Psychological Inventory (CPI)
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI)
Strong Interest Inventory (Strong)|
Big 5 Personality Inventory
EXAMINEE BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Kyle Smith is a 17 year old senior at Erwin High School in the small town of Erwin. He is 5'8" and weighs about 143 lbs. Kyle lives with both of his parents and also has two older brothers who left the house when Kyle was around eight years old. Kyle's paternal grandfather was an alcoholic and abandoned his family when Kyle's dad was young. Kyle's dad only received a fifth grade education before he had to quit school to work in the mills. Now he works very hard and supports his family during the week, but is a weekend alcoholic. Kyle describes his dad…...

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