Missouri Educator Profile
The Missouri Educator Profile (MEP) is an assessment of work style preferences and general personality inclinations. It is similar to a personality inventory, with no "right" or "wrong" answers, and similar tests are being adopted by many employers around the country to learn more about prospective candidates and their work styles. It is meant to be a tool for personal and professional development, and as such does not yield any sort of passing/failing grade nor do scores received have any sort of impact on program entry.
At Lincoln University, the MEP must be taken before entry into the Teacher Education Program (TEP). Although it is required that a candidate take the MEP before admission into the Lincoln Teacher Education Program, there is no "cut score" that must be achieved to be admitted.
The MEP is an internet-based assessment, and can be taken from any computer that has internet access. Results of the MEP are provided immediately upon completion and are presented along with a Development Report to share with your advisor.
To register for the assessment, click here.
If you have any questions, please contact Glenn Brown (email) for more information.