The self-assessments available through the Career and Counseling Department calculates the user's personality temperament, from input based on reactions and actions based on questions. It also provides a set of possible career choices the user will most likely be interested in.
ACT test as well as other assessments and services.
This is a free service. A test which is based on a series of questions and multiple question answers, calculates the user's personality temperament. Click here to start
This service does cost money, but is a sure way of of knowing exactly what fields you qualify for. Contact the Counseling Career Services Center to take this test. Click here to start
The CISS test includes interest scales that help assess and individual's attraction to specific occupational areas and provide a comparison to people who are happily and successfully employed in those fields. In addition, the CISS instrument goes beyond traditional inventories by adding parallel skill scales that present an estimate of the individual's confidence in his or her ability to perform various occupational activities. Together, the two types of scales provide more comprehensive, richer data than interest scores alone. This test is available by appointment at the Career and Counseling Department offices.
There is no further information available on this test at the moment. This test is available by appointment at the Career and Counseling Department offices.
This test lets you see how people see you and what they might think of you.
A test for identify key personal characteristics. You will need a pen/pencil and paper for this one.