Career Counseling Tests
Career Counseling Tests for Self-Assessment
Online Career Counseling Tests
Once you have a feel for what a career counseling professional will be doing with you, and have looked at the various credentials which a career counselor may have, and perhaps you have picked one, the process of assessment begins.
Your Career Counselor may advise you to try any of these self-assessment instruments to begin the process of choosing a match between your talents and aptitudes and a position.
You can certainly feel free to try them here.
Free Self Assessment Tools Online Use one of these free self assessment tools to help you discover the careers for which you are best suited.
The Career Interests Game
From the University of Missouri Career Center, this game is based on Dr. John Holland's theory that people and work environment can be loosely classified into six groups.
The Princeton Review Career Quiz
After you complete this 24 question quiz which asks you questions about yourself, your answers will be analyzed. You will be given details about your interests and work style and then, after you register for free, a list of careers that match.
What Is Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type?
Take this informal personality test to find out what your Myers-Briggs personality type is. From there go on to find out what careers may be most suitable for you based on this information. The formal version of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator can only be administered by a qualified professional and is much more comprehensive. This one is quite good though and definitely worth your time.
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