never stop dreaming Posted October 6, 2021 Share Posted October 6, 2021 On 9/28/2021 at 9:37 AM, carlrogersfan98 said: I have an SOI question. I want to discuss my practical experience, which includes my background in assessment. I want to provide examples of some particularly well-known tests that I know how to administer, particularly the MMPI and WAIS. Because the full names of them are so long, when I type them out they look so clunky and take up so much room. Do y'all think it would be safe to assume the people reading my statement would know what those tests are as they're quite well-recognized amongst clinicians? I know the answer is to not assume this but I'm just wondering for the sake of keeping things brief if that would be okay. Hey there! I have the same kind of issue in mentioning some disorders in my SOI - honestly I knew what you were talking about .... so I feel like they would too. My personal recommendation is keep it fully written out, but if you end up with word count issues, then make it the short form. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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