In this article the researchers describe the adjusted procedures that were developed in a study that focused on administering the Rorschach Comprehensive System (RCS) to young South African learners. Multiple case studies with non-patients were used within a pre-test/post-test design. During pre-testing the standard procedures for conducting the RCS were used. Half of the participants failed to provide the required number of responses that would allow interpretation in terms of the Rorschach system. Subsequently an adjusted procedure was developed, which was based on the observations of the researchers, a review of the literature, and consideration of possible inhibiting factors, such as participant variables, researcher variables, and procedural variables. During post-testing, 10 months later, the Adjusted Rorschach Comprehensive Procedures for conducting the test were used. The response rates of participants increased significantly, with most of the participants providing more than the required number of responses.