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Assessments

Major / Career Exploration
Career Assessments are the recommended first step in major selection and career decision-making process. Explore your interests, skills, values, and preferences and how they relate to choosing a major or career.

FOCUS2 – Free

 Evaluates interests, values, and skills to identify possible occupations that match your personal characteristics. The assessment will take approximately 30 – 45 minutes to complete.

New Users: To take the FOCUS2 assessment, new users visit – bit.ly/focuscareer. To obtain the keycode, please contact the Office of Career and Professional Development at 912-478-5197.

Returning Users: If you have already taken the FOCUS2 assessment and would like to access your information or retake the assessment visit http://www.focus2career.com/.


The following assessments are available to students for a fee.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) – $16

The MBTI assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.

Self-Directed Search – $15

 An assessment test given to students to direct them toward occupations that may be of interest. In the Assessment Link component of CIS, a list of occupations of interest to a student can be generated from that student’s SDS scores.

StrengthsQuest

 StrengthsQuest is an a dynamic assessment tool that provides students with the opportunity to identify and develop their strengths by building on what they do best. This test assesses the way a student most naturally thinks, feels, and behaves as a unique individual.

EQ-i 2.0

 The EQ-i 2.0 is a comprehensive assessment used to measure Emotional Intelligence and can assist students in developing highly desired “soft skills.” Understanding how emotions can impact performance in the workplace is essential for increasing professionalism, success, and satisfaction in one’s career.


Please go to the OCPD Marketplace to process credit and debit card payments for your assessments.

Last updated: 7/31/2019