Mi7 Survey: FAQs
What is the Mi7 Survey?
The Mi7 Survey is a student wellbeing measurement instrument, which captures the key elements of a flourishing life for young people and reports it as seven related areas of wellbeing:
- Positive Relationships
- Positive Emotions
- Positive Health
- Positive Engagement
- Positive Accomplishment
- Positive Purpose
- Character Strengths
The Mi7 Survey puts in your hands up-to-the-minute data on the wellbeing of your (non-identified) students.
Who is the Mi7 Survey for?
The Mi7 Survey is for any school that is committed to the wellbeing of their students. Having relevant, actionable wellbeing data at your fingertips supports strategic direction, implementation plans, evidence-informed practice, and continuous improvement of wellbeing initiatives. We believe this survey will assist your school with harnessing the opportunities and addressing the challenges faced in the implementation of a sustainable, whole-school approach to wellbeing.
Who can do the Mi7 Survey?
The survey is suitable for ages 8-18+.
Can I review the survey questions?
Yes! To test-drive the survey, go to:
Enter the 6-digit access code: 56 56 56
How long does the Mi7 Survey take to complete?
The approximately 65-item survey takes about 30 minutes to complete, age depending.
When can we do the Mi7 Survey?
Whenever suits your schedule.
What does the Mi7 Survey cost?
AUD$5 +GST per student survey each year
What happens after the Mi7 Survey?
Go to your Reporting Portal! Your interactive data will be ready, and your reports available for immediate download.
Please contact us if you need us to re-send your portal login details.
Can I review the Reporting Portal?
Yes, you can test drive our exclusive interactive online portal by going to:
How do we get started?
Contact us via phone: +61 3 5227 6222
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have other surveys?
At the moment, the Student Survey is our only available wellbeing survey.
How was the Mi7 Survey developed?
Our survey has been co-developed with Resilient Youth Australia and the Department of Justice and Society (Psychology) at the University of South Australia.
Do you have a Data Policy?
Yes, click here for more information.