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Thursday 5.13.2021

National Application Center :: self assessment

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Self Assessment


Most experts suggest that you should review your interests, skills, values, and personality when searching for a career.

Go to the Interest Assessment Survey (Career Key)

There are numerous assessment surveys that can help you identify your interests, skills, values, and personality. The career counselor's office at your school or institution is an excellent resource for such surveys. The Internet is replete with many good surveys that are available to you at no cost. As you work through these surveys, keep a copy of the results for each survey that you complete. You should then use these results to explore careers on this site. Keep in mind that the results from surveys vary greatly and are meant to be rough guidelines. For interest assessment, we offer the Career Key by Dr. Lawrence K. Jones, PhD. We also provide additional links to free self-assessment surveys.

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