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  • This Web list collects free, online, career SDCS tests and interpretation tips. The Self-Directed Career Search and Assessment Test is a popular career counceling tool.Based on the Holland Codes, it divides working environments into six types, to help us identify and mix-and-match career choices with our styles of: Realistic (Doers), Investigative (Thinkers), Artistic (Creators), Social (Helpers), Enterprising (Persuaders), and Conventional (Organizers). 

    • Where can I find free, online, version of The Self-Directed Career Search and Assessment Test?
    • What is this tests, and what do the RIASEC abbreviations mean?
    • How can I make use of this test to help identify my career choices?
  Dishes  - Free Online Tests
  • Dish 2 : O*NET Interest Profiler at My Next Move | MyNextMove.org

  • The O*NET Interest Profiler has 60 questions about work activities that some people do on their jobs.

      Read each question carefully and decide how you would feel about doing each type of work.

    • The O*NET Interest Profiler has 60 questions about work activities that some people do on their jobs.

      Read each question carefully and decide how you would feel about doing each type of work:

    • Dish 4 : Career Counseling Guidebook | Georgia Southwestern State University

    • Page 16 contains a very simple and fast version of The Self Directed Search Personality Test.

    • Choosing a Career . Ten Steps to Planning Your Career . E-Discover Instructions . Holland’s Theory Introduction . Realistic Personality . Investigative Personality . Artistic Personality . Social Personality . Enterprising Personality . Conventional Personality . Identifying Your Skills . Job Cluster Table . ACT World-of-Work Map . The Self Directed Search Personality Test . Reviewing your SDS Code . SDS Code Review Continued . References

      Chops  - Interpretation of Career Types
    • Chop 4 : E - Enterprising Careers | fs.huntingdon.edu

    • An enterprising pattern of activities and interests creates a person who is predisposed to exhibit the following behavior:

      1. Prefer enterprising occupations in which one can avoid the activities demanded by investigative occupations. 
      2. Perceives self as aggressive, popular, self-confident, sociable, possessing leadership and speaking abilities, but lacking scientific ability.

      Prefer business situations involving persuasion, selling, or influence. Enthusiastic, ene

    • Chop 5 : S - Social Careers | fs.huntingdon.edu

    • Development of a Social pattern of activities and interests, creates a person who is predisposed to exhibit the following behavior:

      1. Prefers occupations in which one can avoid the activities demanded by realistic occupations and situations. 
      2. Perceives self as liking to help others, understanding others, having a teaching ability, but lacking mechanical and scientific ability.

      Prefer direct service or helping opportunities involving advising, counseling, coaching

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