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Customer Reviews

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999 customer reviews


May 27, 2020 - 3:05pm
by Chris
It is neat how accurate this test is. It reveals a lot that I know about myself with only a few questions in a short time. There are great descriptions and I think this is a nice product.
May 27, 2020 - 2:30pm
by Steve
Awesome report - so detailed and has given me some great insight!
May 27, 2020 - 1:04pm
by Jessica
Found the insights to be spot on. It was a helpful to reflect on what I really enjoy and how I find fulfillment in work, was also a great reminder of the areas I haven't liked and potential blind spots. Some of the job titles were a bit antiquated and broad, however, they did provide a useful starting point to guide further research. Overall, I'd definitely recommend to anyone especially those starting out or considering a career pivot.
May 27, 2020 - 10:43am
by Jemal
Great Review! Would recommend to help your career search.
May 27, 2020 - 2:05am
by Lynda
No comment at the moment
May 25, 2020 - 8:52am
by Laura Davis
I believe that the attributes that the test came up with were accurate, however the test does not take into account your current life's work and how you may have adapted (well or not well) to some of your innate attributes. For example, I went to art school. (I am highly creative and not so organized) but I am 56 and have sent close to 25 years in education first as an art teacher then as an assistant principal. I had to adapt to become more organized and to fit into a more routine schedule, but I still love my basic job..just not the people in charge of me...So I will be retiring and am looking for a second career now. I am thinking mindfulness instructor which seems to fit in well with my profile and with the current state of our country needed some calm. I can be self- employed this was, going into schools and working with students. I also like academic advisor.. a little more structured and possibly need some different classes to qualify. I can also substitute for principals /assistant principals when they are out. I feel this test is not quite as revealing as the Benzinger Thinking Style Assessment that I took years ago because it shows you how your type adapts over time. That part is missing in this test. I feel the career choices were not accurate for me at this point in my life because I would not be able to physically perform the tasks, even though I enjoy building.
May 25, 2020 - 3:29am
by Amanda
Found it useful as a beginning stage and to spark ideas to look into further. It would be useful to better understand what aspects of those careers were chosen because of my answers

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