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CAREER Assessment Inventories

Self-assessment is the process of gathering information about yourself in order to make informed career decisions. It is the first step of the Career Planning process and is often conducted with the help of a career counselor. If you are interested in assessment, e-mail, call or visit David Tejeda, Title V Career Counselor for assistance with the assessment process.

These are free assessment inventories for free that you can use. Students are recommended to print results of at least two assessments and schedule an appointment with the career counselor to discuss the results.

Other free assessments for exploring personality, interest, majors and careers:


Test Name






Additional Information

 O*Net Interest Profiler  

180 Items

60-90 minutes


Interest Career


The O*Net Interest Profiler helps you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.  It does this by asking you to respond to statements that represent important interest areas.  Your Interest Profiler scores will help you identify your strongest work-related interests.

 Holland Occupational Themes  

100 Items

60 minutes


Interest Career


The theory of John Holland, Ph.D., assumes that people with the same or similar interest are often found in the same work environments.  To link the work environments to your interests, abilities and personality consider the Holland categories/themes.

 Jung Typology  

72 Items

25 minutes





This assessment will give you a description of your personality type and how it relates to careers and educational programs.




Keirsey Temperament Sorter (KTS-II)



70 Items

30 minutes




This personality inventory organizes your answers into four personality types and provides information about temperament. 




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