Develop insights into yourself and the world around you through these scientifically tested questionnaires, surveys, and scales. Click on "Questionnaires" on the top tab to see a range of assessments. The VIA Survey of Character Strengths is particularly relevant to self-assessment for the purposes of career planning and/or the job search.
Published annually since 1992, The Career Directory is Canada's longest-running and best-loved career guide for new graduates. Each year, our editorial team reviews thousands of employers to determine the academic qualifications they actively seek in younger job-seekers. The result is a wonderful resource that helps new graduates find student jobs that make the most of their university degree or college diploma.
Online quizzes and other exercises to assess your skills, interests, work values and preference. Website also provides suggestions on careers relating to your field of study.
Advice and links to self-assessment tools focused on Interests, Skills, and Values.
Self-assessment tools provided by the Government of Cananda. Note: You have to create an account (quick)
This site is a supplement to Dick Bolles' 2007 edition of What Color is Your Parachute? Use the Net Guide for help during your internet job search or read articles in the site's extensive Parachute Library.
A wide variety of quick quizzes covering personality type, working styles, entrepreneurship and more.
This site from the Southeastern Wisconsin Association for Psychological Type features excellent links related to personality assessment, including FREE online tools.
This site has a wide variety of career planning information for both undergraduate and graduate students, including a searchable database of websites.
Search over 1000 listings of extracurricular, volunteer, and research opportunities on campus at U of T. Includes profiles of current students.
A comprehensive quiz focusing on skills, personality traits, career interests and values.