The MMTIC is an abbreviated, cost-effective version of the MBTI assessment. For middle and high school students, the MMTIC identifies “strengths and stretches”, rather than specific preferences. Insight into a younger person’s preferences and tendencies helps to explain why some tasks and school subjects are more interesting than others and learning comes more naturally. In the Journal of Psychological Type (vol. 73, 2013) researchers McPeek and Breiner reported that results from the MMTIC and MBTI are “highly compatible for an age group where both instruments are appropriate”. A preliminary understanding of type has benefits that last a lifetime.