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Career, Major and Personality Assessments

  • Sokanu Career Exploration and Assessement Test

    University of Idaho has partnered with Sokanu to provide you with access to the world's most innovative career discovery & engagement platform. It is a free career assessment test to help you discover more about yourself.

    What you can do on Sokanu:

    Discover Careers - Sokanu's questions uncover your unique traits and match you to compatible careers.
    Explore Your Matches - Compare your compatibility with 700+ careers. Prioritize the best so you can decide which ones are worth considering.
    View Your Reports - You can track your progress and view reports on your dashboard!

    Click this link to get started: http://idaho.sokanu.com/

    "Not your usual career assessment tool. We highly recommend trying it." - Career Center Staff

  • Focus 2 Online Career and Educational Planning System

    FOCUS 2 is an assessment tool to help in your major and career decision-making process. Designed to help college students define their career and educational goals, these online assessments range from work interest to skills and help identify strengths to better match academic and career options.   

  • Idaho CIS (Career Information System)

    Sponsored by the Idaho Department of Labor, Idaho CIS is a great resource to help you gather information to help them in the career decision making process.

  • World of Work Map
    The ACT World-of-Work Map is an empirically-based system for summarizing and displaying basic similarities and differences between occupations. It is visual and interactive, designed to engage you in the process of career exploration.

  • Other Assessments

    Links to additional, free online assessments to explore personality, interests, skills, and work values. 

    University of Idaho Counseling and Testing Center (CTC) 

    In addition to the national testing provided, the CTC also provides individualized personal assessments for learning disabilities and for possible career directions.

    Personality  

    Interests 

    Work Values