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Career Assessments

Career assessments can help you explore your interests, skills, values, and preferences as they relate to choosing a major or career. While no assessment can perfectly describe who you are or what your career is to be, they are valuable in helping you narrow your search and consider options you may not have previously considered. We encourage you to make an appointment with your career counselor to discuss the results. 


Assessments -- free
Choices
An assessment that will help you learn more about your strengths and how they relate to careers. Identify your interests, values, and abilities and compare them to those recommended for a wide range of careers. 60-90 minutes.
                     
Jung Typology Test
An assessment based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator that measures personality preferences and provides the four-letter type associated with the MBTI. For a more in-depth evaluation of personality and career connections, make an appointment with the Counseling Center (see below) to take the MBTI. 10-20 minutes.

SIGI 3 
A comprehensive assessment where you will identify your career values, interests and preferences. Use this information to explore careers and jobs in a particular major.  Once you are registered, you can return at any time to continue.  Test time varies.            


Assessments -- small charge   
Career Key
A basic assessment of your skills, interests, and career values as these relate to your personality. It is a good place to start if you are exploring or need information on broad career interest areas. Cost is $9.95. 10-15 minutes.    

Campbell Interest & Skill Survey
A survey that examines your career interests and skills and compares them to the results of other people who are successfully employed in the fields you have selected. Receive a comprehensive report that includes strategies for next steps in pursuing and developing your career for $18.00. 20-25 minutes.

Keirsey Temperament Sorter II
A personality assessment based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The basic assessment provides a quick overview of your temperament (personality style). The in-depth report includes an evaluation where you can begin to see connections between personality preferences and career interests for $19.95.

NC State Counseling Center
A 50 minute counseling session designed to provide more intensive assistance to those who are having significant difficulties with career or major related concerns and who may have already tried other resources.  The following assessments are available for $10.00 each.  Call 919-515-2423 for an appointment. 

Myers Briggs Type Indicator       
Personality Research Form
Strong Interest Inventory

 

 
University Career Center
2100 Pullen Hall · Box 7303
Raleigh, NC 27695
919.515.2396
hours: M-F 8:00-5:00
drop in hours: M-F 11:00-2:00
career_center@ncsu.edu
919.515.4210 (fax)
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