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October 15, 2020 - 9:49am
by Jennifer
I am very pleased with this. I was looking to get in-depth results to help me decide a major for college and I believe that this is exactly what I was looking for.
October 13, 2020 - 10:01pm
by Fiona
The test results were so accurate and beneficial to me in my search for the correct career for me.
October 13, 2020 - 11:25am
by Jocelyn
It was very accurate and gave me a good idea of what I should pursue.
October 13, 2020 - 12:00am
by Brittany
This was way more detailed and helpful than I expected from the free version. It went into deeper specifics like the pitfalls you may encounter (given your personality type) when evaluating a possible career, not just when you're in the career, which they also get into. They give you signs something is right or wrong for you, leadership types, multiple charts of data. I felt it was based on dependable information used by professionals and that it was thorough. I always advocate fact checking of course, but I saw this as very telling and useful. I feel this information could be important for somebody wanting to know more about themselves in the workplace and what they're capable of. Sometimes, it takes years to see the value in these facts, but, luckily, the value statements prefacing the data add this dimension to the report also. Thank you for the great product! Excited to utilize this information more.
October 12, 2020 - 4:46pm
by Tia Irizarry
I think this was a great run down of my personality! It was very in depth yet simplistic. Thank you for this. I’m trying to focus on my career at the moment so this gives me a good idea of where to go from here.
October 12, 2020 - 12:10pm
by Chloe
This is excellent. Exactly what I was looking for I was confused on how I could feel fulfilled at my jobs some days and others want to move to mexico and change my name. But my values differ slightly from those of the company and I can see that clearly now rather than feeling like an outsider I realize they are just fundamental differences. I think a helpful category could be how to connect with the different “types”, what “type” of superiors do you connect most with, what personality type works best for yours with teams. Also maybe consider adding a section of potential benefits to look for like additional vacation since introverts can get burnt out or to look for remote work. I am a few years out of college but I think if I were still in it a list of majors to consider, clubs curricular that could align with values, and jobs that a college/high school student could do if they are not quite at a career level like nannying, lifeguard, cashier, etc. or for college being a research assistant nannying etc. Even looking at that list now as a post college grad I’m like ah I couldn’t do biology unless I went back to school.
October 12, 2020 - 5:03am
by Ellie T
Really helpful - a detailed analysis in the report

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