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Aptitude Test
It is a standardized test designed to determine an individual's ability to learn certain skills or field of knowledge. This test may include verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning and logical reasoning. https://www.kent.ac.uk/careers/psychotests.htm We do not endorse any particular test or a website. These are resources that are freely available. We have preferred those links which are hosted by academic institutions.
Attitude Test
Attitude of an individual can make a lot of difference in how successful you are. Intellectually, two people can be of similar educational background, skills and intelligence. However, one climbs the ladders of achievement and success faster than the other. A person's positive attitude as opposed to an abrasive, pessimist! https://www.psychologies.co.uk/tests/whats-your-attitude-to-life.html
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Personality Test
A personality test is designed to reveal aspects of an individual's character or psychological makeup. Check out the tests: http://personality-testing.info/
Based on the personality type theory by Isabel Briggs Myers and Carl Jung. Fast, free and accurate. http://www.personalityperfect.com/?gclid=CMOes_jUstMCFcIXaAodDfoLPg
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Skills Inventory
A skills inventory is a compilation of the skills, education and experience. This exercise allows individuals to identify  gaps in skills which then can be filled with training or upgraded depending on the skills.
https://www.kent.ac.uk/careers/sk/skillsinventory.html
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Employability Skills
Employability skills are a set of skills and behaviors that are necessary for every job. Employability skillsare sometimes called soft skills, foundational skills, work-readiness skills, or job-readiness skills. Employability skills map
https://www.kent.ac.uk/careers/sk/skillsmap.htm Employability Skills Game
https://www.kent.ac.uk/careers/sk/cards5.html
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Interest Inventory
Interest Inventory is psychometric assessment that measures a person's interests in different occupational areas. The Interest Inventories are typically used in career advising, to assist in finding areas where an individual has strong interests. It is advised that students make their career in areas where they are strong as they are more likely to succeed and enjoy the work. Check out these links: http://www.ucango2.org/publications/student/Career_Interest_Survey.pdf https://dlr.sd.gov/lmic/publications/career_wonders/cwonders_interest_survey.pdf https://printables.scholastic.com/shop/prcontent/Student-Interest-Survey/9780439303026-028 We do not endorse any particular test or a website. These are resources that are freely available. We have preferred those links which are hosted by academic institutions.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
This test is a personality inventory which may be used by career counsellors to help students choose the right career. Based on Carl Jung's theory of personality type, it was developed by the mother-daughter team of Katharine Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers.
It is the opinion of many career  counsellors that those who invest time and effort in understanding their personality type,  they end up making better decisions about careers and jobs.
The MBTI is also available online, for a fee, from the Center for Applications of Psychological Type (CAPT), which was co-founded by Isabel Briggs Myers. This mode of administration also includes a one hour feedback session.
Check out the link for more information:
http://www.myersbriggs.org/home.htm?bhcp=1
How to choose a career using the Holland Code
Psychologist Dr. John Holland developed a theory called a Holland Code, which is a three letter code that is made up of an individual's three dominant personality types out of six possible choices.
The six types of personalities are collectively referred to as RIASEC -- Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. This code can be one of the keys to find a career that matches your personality.
The Theory Behind the Code
According to Dr. Holland, an individual's interests and how he or she approaches life situations determines his or her type. Since human beings are multi-faceted, Holland realized that one wouldn't only fall into a single category. Most people would fall into multiple categories. Each letter of your Holland Code represents the top three types into which you could be categorized.
Dr. Holland's also thought that occupations could be classified in the same way. Once we classify both, then we can match the personalities and the occupations. Please note that a lot of research and intense effort is required to match both.