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Know yourself, Know your options, Make a good decision.

Choosing a college major, training program, or a career that fits your personality is a vital step toward success — while in school then job satisfaction.


Please look at the following assessment quizzes, you are free to take as many and please answer questions to best of your ability. Your answers will be used to identify the career selection(s) that is most suited to your habits, thoughts and actions.

Remember that this is not a test but a simple quiz and it's best to follow your first instinct when answering the questions. You will not the first person to say some of the questions cannot be answered without our knowing the context of the situation. Do not over-analyze the quiz (this is not a test).

When Choosing a Career or Major it Should Fit Your Personality.

You will have a better chance of success in your new career or degree if you have a good idea of these three simple life principles:

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This quiz is provided for educational and entertainment uses only. This assessment quiz is not clinically administered and as such the results are not suitable for basing important decisions off of. This quiz is also not infallible, if the results say something about you that you don't think is true, you are right and it is wrong.

The Holland RIASEC hexagon Six Personality Profiles Types

Which personality type best describes you? Are you an R: Doers (Realistic), an I: Thinkers (Investigative), an A: Creators (Artistic), an S: Helpers (Social), an E: Persuaders (Enterprising) or an C: Organizers (Conventional)?

According to the Committee on Scientific Awards, Holland's "research shows that personalities seek out and flourish in career environments they fit and that jobs and career environments are classifiable by the personalities that flourish in them. Holland also wrote of his theory that "the choice of a vocation is an expression of personality. Furthermore, while Holland suggests that people can be "categorized as one of six types, he also argues that "a six-category scheme built on the assumption that there are only six kinds of people in the world is unacceptable on the strength of common sense alone. But a six category scheme that allows a simple ordering of a person's resemblance to each of the six models provides the possibility of 720 different personality patterns.

The Holland RIASEC hexagon

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Big Five Personality Test: The general consensus in academic psychology is that there are five fundamental personality traits. When it is said that there are five fundamental personality traits, it is meant that there are only five traits that are completely independent (knowing someones level of one trait gives you no information about their level on any of the others) and all other personality traits will be correlated with one or more of the big five. This test uses public domain scales from the International Personality Item Pool.

Spheres of Control Scale (SOC-3): The SOC measures an individuals perception of the control they have over various areas of their life. Those who study these beliefs, termed "locus of control", have argued that they strongly influence decision making and are highly relevant to mental health and academic achiement in particular.

Narcissistic Personality Inventory: The NPI is a measure of narcissism used in social psychological research. It is derived from the definition of narcissistic personality disorder, but measures subclinical levels of the trait and is not a diagnostic for NPD.

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