Career Assessment Tests & Quizzes

A career assessment test helps to determine the best career option for an individual based on skills, aptitude, interest, personality, intelligence, and other such factors. It helps a person choose a job that interest and motivate him or her, suggesting other career options. In this way, the person can find a job that uses his or her skills to the maximum.

These tests have questions about a person’s interest, style of working, attitude, skill level in various subjects, personality, and interaction with other people. With these responses, a basic personality of the person is drawn with a list of strength and weaknesses. This is then matched with a database of career options. Based on the responses, a career choice is given. It is important to be honest while answering the questions to get the best answer.

Assessment tests differ depending on the person, website or institution administrating it. Skills tests, interest tests, personality tests, and intelligence tests are some of the tests used in career assessment. Each test has its own set of questions, weighing each aspect of an individual to arrive at career choice.

These assessment tests are merely a guideline for an individual and they are not to be used as the absolute answer. It may not always be accurate so people should trust their instinct and make their decision over an assessment. These tests can be used as tools to help people to choose a job that they will love and excel in. Let’s take a look at a few of the common tests available.

Interest Test

The interest test is the strongest among the tests to help assess which career is best suited for a person. This test suggests the type of job that will interest and motivate people to be successful in their career. An interest test will contain questions about choices in various fields to determine the person’s interest level accordingly. The person’s orientation towards certain jobs is determined, helping to decide if he or she is on the right track or a career switch is required. People can choose a job that fits their interest to narrow down the search.

Aptitude/Skills Test

Aptitude tests help to determine skill levels as well as strengths and weaknesses. These tests consist of verbal reasoning, analytical ability, numeric reasoning, technical skills, language skills, speed, and visual skills. Accordingly, a person may be suited for architecture, designing, science, finance, law or other careers. The inherent aptitude for a particular subject is tested. It highlights areas where the person is strong, average or weak so that the person can build on his or her strengths to perfect those skills.

Personality Tests

These tests are used to check if a person’s personality fits with the job and the working environment. The tests take into account the person’s reaction to the outside world and the basic characteristics that are specific to the person. A personality test is useful in determining whether a job would be satisfactory in the long run based on a person’s personality. A person may be outgoing, introverted, thinker, leader, and so on. With the help of these tests, people can identify which personality type defines them and choose a career which would use their personality well. The Myers Briggs test and Keirsey Temperament sorter are the common tests used.

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