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Mary Smith


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Access code: KCPI-SAMPLE-MARY, completed 2017-05-26 , BOTS Concise Report v1.3


Your ReportMary Smith

Section 2:
Important Message for Mary's Parents

You have chosen to help Mary by working with him to take the BOTS DISC profile assessment. We want to commend you for this desire and for spending this time with Mary. Use this opportunity to learn new things about him and his personality.

Understanding is what he needs first from you. You have given Mary the freedom to make selections in the BOTS assessment, and now this report is providing some feedback for you to review.

We have endeavored to develop an assessment tool using pictures and stories that allows us to determine the personality blend of the children ages 4-12. Overall, we have found that the results are usually accurate, but we fully recognize that there is room for adjustments. Naturally, the younger a student is, the less objective and predictable responses may be.

We recommend that you view the results of this report as a 'snapshot' of Mary's personality. Realize that results can vary to some degree, so these results are not to be considered conclusive. We certainly believe that these results are fairly accurate and provide a good starting point for you to approach Mary in a more effective way.

The entire experience is a learning tool for both of you. We hope you benefit from spending time trying to understand Mary. Perhaps you will think more deeply about what motivates him to behave the way he does.

Mary's self-awareness is growing as he grows, so you want to encourage that growth while also allowing for his age and maturity level. If Mary happened to makes choices in the assessment that seem to indicate who he would LIKE to be rather than who you think he REALLY IS, then it could mean that Mary needs your encouragement to recognize, accept and appreciate how special he is. In that case, simply focus on affirming him as a special young person with value and worth to you and to others and himself. Just like you, we want Mary to grow to become all that he is meant to be. Use this opportunity to help your relationship be even more open and honest.

We hope you enjoy this great opportunity to learn to relate better with Mary!


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Words that Best Describe Mary Words that best describe you

*   Does not give up easily 
*   Likes to get involved rather than just watch 
*   Alert and ready 
*   Likes for things to be exactly right 
*   Likes to have fun 
*   Responsible 
*   Enthusiastic 
*   Willing to get involved 
*   Says things directly 
*   Does not get feelings hurt easily 
*   Enjoys being in charge 
*   Good thinker 
*   Likes to decide 
*   Able to get a lot of work done 
*   Can convince others to do something 
*   Is able to do many things very well 
*   Confident 
*   Likes to try new things 
*   Likes challenges 
*   Is not afraid to speak up 

ideaSomething to think about ...

Mary, you might like some of these words, because they sound just like you. If they sound right, please circle them. If the words don't sound quite right, then feel free to cross them out. This report is meant to help you DISCover more about your special personality!


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Good Things About MaryWhat you will learn

Likes Problem Solving

Mary has focus and determination when it comes to solving problems Mary tries hard to do the best job possible Mary is most effective when working with people who share the same interests


Ready for a Challenge

Mary is able to do things and follow through to the end  Mary usually is able to make decisions quickly  Mary likes to get things done and do them the right way


ideaSomething to think about ...

Mary, have you ever thought about what you are good at? Strengths are the part of your personality that help you to do certain things very well. When you know what your strengths are, it is easier for you to think of things to do and ways to help. It is a wonderful thing to have strengths, but it is even better to use your strengths to help someone else.


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Mary here is how to be your best! What you will learn


Consider Someone's Feelings

People are affected by their feelings. Emotions can affect how we do things, so take extra care when dealing with sensitive people.

Ask Others What They Are Thinking

Others may have ideas or suggestions that may work out good for you. Consider what others have to say. Together with your ideas, you can often do more or do a better job at something.

Slow Down for Others

You are always full of energy and are able to make quick decisions. Not everyone can act as quickly as you do. Slow down and have patience with those who need a little more time.

Always Practice Being Nice

Take time to be warm and friendly to people. It's nice to be important, but it is more important to be nice.


ideaSomething to think about ...

Remember, Mary, you have a wonderful personality! You are specially designed. No one is quite like you. That is what makes you so important. Keep up the good work as you try to be your best.


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Important Things to Know About Mary


Mary's Motivation for Doing Things:

Likes to think of and do things with others

Mary's Gifts and Abilities:

Likes to be given new things to do and has a lot of energy

Mary's Way of Helping Others:

Is creative and likes to do things with others

Mary's Best Environment:

Talking about new ideas and working with others

What Motivates and Encourages Mary:

Give them new things/problems to figure out; working with others in a friendly environment; is able to show new ways of doing something

Personality Styles that Tend to Work Well with Mary:

S, I/SC, S/D, I/S 


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What is DISC About? (Parent /Teacher Reference)

A diagram of the DISC personality model of human behavior is shown below. There are four main personality styles: D, I, S and C which are each represented as a quadrant in a circle. The four arrows in the diagram represent a person's preferences or orientation. Everyone has a combination of all four personality traits to a greater or lesser degree. Mary's personality blend appears on the chart below as a red circle.


Describing Mary Using DISC

The letters we use for Mary's personality are D/CI. Here is what those letters mean ...Determined and Doer (D), Careful and Curious (C ), and Interested in People (I). Quickly notices and thinks about what needs to be done, usually prefers to move around and speak up, sometimes notices and thinks about people, sometimes happy to sit and work quietly.

By having a DETERMINED and DOER / CAREFUL and CURIOUS / INTERESTED in PEOPLE personality style, Mary is a person who feels comfortable leading the way and being in charge of something. He likes finishing a job he has started. He likes to be on the go. Mary is good at looking at the little things that others often miss.


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Personality Graphs for Mary Words that best describe you

Your Environment Graph
How People See You
Your Basic Personality Graph
How You See Yourself

Very High


Avg. Above
-- Mid-line --
Avg. Below


Very Low

Understanding the Graphs

The graphs above show levels for Mary's D, I, S and C personality traits. The higher the level of the trait, the stronger it is. The graph on the left is called Your Environment Graph - How People See You. This is how Mary tends to act with other people (in the environment). The graph on the right is called Your Basic Personality Graph - How You See Yourself. This graph shows how Mary is most comfortable acting when feeling free and at ease. This is the graph that was used to determine Mary's personality blend as D/CI.

Keep in mind that children often "try on" different behaviors as they develop. This report can give you insights into the dynamics of Mary's personality style. You may observe that Mary exhibits very different personality traits in different situations. That is normal. As you learn to see the patterns in the behavior, you will be able to interact more effectively. We hope that you have enjoyed reading Mary's report and that this will be a handy tool to help you learn and grow in your relationship!