Career assessments are a great step for career explorers, job-seekers and students at all stages of the career exploration process. You can take a number of free assessments to help you discover yourself and your career options.
Our free assessment inventories help you identify your strengths, interests and more to determine the careers that might interest you. Please note, these independent tests have not been fully evaluated for reliability and validity. We strongly encourage you to make a counseling appointment to discuss your assessment results.
Focus2 – Our newest online assessment helps you discover where you are in the career decision-making process. Other assessments then build on this knowledge, addressing your interests, skills, values, personality and leisure time.
Your responses generate specific career possibilities, which you can research more fully within the site’s impressive database of occupational information.
Get started by clicking here and create your profile using the access code “bobcats”. Returning users can log in here, or by clicking the "Log in to Focus2" button.
Career Decision-Making Difficulties Questionnaire (CDDQ) – This independent online assessment locates career decision-making difficulties and recommends ways to overcome them. Take it at http://CDDQ.org.
Other Independent Assessments
|Test Name||Questions/Time||Measures||Additional Info|
|Reality Check||Varies||Salaries, Standards of Living||Online quizzes help you start exploring lifestyle and salary requirements and discover occupations that enable you to meet them.|
|Holland Occupational Themes (PDF)||100 questions; about 60 minutes||Interest, Career||According to the theory of John Holland, PhD, people with similar interests often seek out similar work environments. This paper-based test helps you discover the work environments suited to your interests, abilities and personality.|
|Jung Typology Test||72 questions; about 25 minutes||Personality||Based on the Jung-Myers-Briggs typological approach to personality and similar to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, this test categorizes personality using four criteria categories.|