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Career advisors use the following assessment tests to help students expand and explore career options.
Advisors recommend these tests based on the students needs and afterward help them interpret their results.
To reserve a test or set up an appointment with an academic advisor, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Academic Discovery Center in 129 Manwaring Center.
The purpose of TypeFocus is to help you make wise choices by learning about your personality type and what it means to you. Discover your strengths, and as you understand yourself better, you'll clarify your values, skills and interests and become more focused. This report will help you discover deeply satisfying careers that work with your strengths and not against them, and work that will be more satisfying in the long run - where it counts.
For instructions for TypeFocus click here.
The Campbell Interest and Skill Survey (CISS) analyzes your self-reported interests and skills and shows how you compare with people in general and with happily employed people in a variety of occupations. The purpose of this report is to help find a career in which students will be happy and productive. The results can help students plan their next educational or career choices.
The Career Assessment Inventory (CAI) compares an individual's occupational interests to those of individuals in 111 specific careers that reflect a broad range of technical and professional positions in today's workforce. The inventory is used to advise individuals on career development. It assists students to identify career directions and major areas of study.