Self Assessments

Self-Assessments

University Career Services no longer uses the Sigi3 assessment.

Not quite sure what type of career path you want to follow? Utilize these simple surveys that will help you get a better understanding of who you are and what careers might fit you the best.

  • Focus 2 is a career and education planning system that offers insight on work interests, personality, skills, values and leisure activities. The assessments lead to self-discovery to make the decision-making process easier.
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) can be taken in-person with a career counselor. Please contact University Career Services (UCS) at 404-413-1820 to schedule an appointment. For information about the assessment, read more on the CPP products website.
  • Strong Interest Inventory is a career-planning tool that explores six career themes. The empirically based assessment can assist in major exploration, career development, employee engagement and more. To take the assessment, please contact UCS at 404-413-1820 to schedule an appointment with a career counselor. You can learn more about the assessment on CPP products website.

Of course, career advisors and counselors are available within the Career Resource Center to assist you with interpreting your assessments and focusing on career options.

Please visit us in Student Center West, Room 270.

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