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Computer Based Assessment

The following websites offer free self-exploration and career possibilities.

    • Human Metrics – an assessment based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach to personality identification. This inventory is also known as the Jung Typology Personality Test.  www.humanmetrics.com
    • Kiersey Temperament Sorter – personality inventory with career suggestions. www.keirsey.com

    • Type Logic – offers more detail about the MBTI personality type and how to use it in planning your major, and potential career opportunities.  www.typelogic.com  

    • Career Values Assessment – this inventory helps with value clarification and how it would help to define the type of job that you may perform best.  www.pepjob.com 

    • O’Net Skills Assessment – Assessing your skills and suggestions how to use your skills and abilities in the workplace.  www.onetonline.org/skills  

    • Talent Today – Assessing skills, abilities and talents.  www.talentoday.com

    • Career One Stop -  Skills Profiler, Interest Profiler, Ability Profiler and Work Values Assessment. www.careeronestop.org  

    • Career InfoNet – Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library online.  www.careerinfonet.org 
    • MAPP Inventory – This inventory is a motivational assessment of personal potential. It gives ideas for career and job related ideas.  www.mapp.com

Student Development Office

  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator -  The MBTI is one of the most widely used personality inventories used in career identification.  The preferences suggested by the MBTI can help the students make career and personal decisions.  The scores highlight preferences on four dimensions.  The combinations of the preferences result in one of 16 personality types, that relate to career choices, communication modes and learning styles.

  • Strengths Quest – identifying students strengths and examining how this identification can enable the student to make decisions about their academic and career goals. This inventory is given to all freshmen and new in-coming students.