Assessments can be helpful in making meaningful decisions such as choosing your major, planning your course of study, and determining your career path. Assessments will allow you to identify, learn, and explore your interests, skills, values, and preferences as they relate to choosing a major or career. While these inventories indicate how your answers relate to possible majors and career choices, they are not the final answer. Assessments won't tell you what you should "be" or what you should "do." They are simply tools to help you clarify your thinking and identify options that you may not have previously considered.
The Strong II focuses on interests and can help students uncover their career interests and identify which majors and areas of study are appropriate for a particular career field.
The MBTI focuses on personality type and has a wide range of applications. These include helping guide individuals on career choice, development, and management. It also applies to communication, leadership, and conflict and stress management.