ASVAB_Interpretation (Package File)
ASVAB_Interpretation.xps (2.086 Mb)
Please use either of the above links to view a presentation on how to interpret your ASVAB results.
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Career Key - The College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) will help you find occupations that relate to your interests. For many people, the best job is the one that matches their interests.
Bridges - Create your own portfolio and enter Choices Planner. This online career information delivery system helps students build powerful plans as they compare, connect and choose from a vast network of work and education options.
Education Planner - One-stop career and college planning site. The information you need to research careers, choose a postsecondary school, apply on-line, and find ways to finance your education.
The Princeton Review Career Quiz - A free 24-question quiz that determines your most likely interests and work style.
Holland Occupational Themes - Self Assessment - People with the same or similar interests are often found in the same work environments.
ASVAB Career Exploration Program - Designed to help students learn more about themselves and the world of work, identify and explore potentially satisfying occupations, and develop an effective strategy to realize their goals.
Learning-styles-online.com has a free online learning styles assessment that can help determine your learning style so you can adjust your education to fit your learning style.
Jung Typology Test
An assessment based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator that measures personality preferences and provides the four-letter type associated with the MBTI.