Texas Tech University

Career Assessments

If you would like to take a career assessment, please call the University Career Center at (806) 742-2210 for more information.

Strong Interest Inventory®

  • The most scientifically sound, thoroughly researched, and widely used interest inventory
  • Compares your pattern of responses to a pattern of responses of people of different types in different occupations.
  • Your information is compared to others allowing us to make assumptions about how likely you are to find satisfaction in the work typically done in a given occupation.
  • This assessment requires interpretation by a professional.
  • To access the URL, you must be pre-approved by a career professional from University Career Center.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®

  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment will assist you in identifying your "type" of individual out of 16 identified "types".
  • This assessment will assist you in discovering your "personal environmental fit" in the workplace and assist you with information you may utilize in career selection.
  • This assessment requires interpretation by a professional.
  • To access the URL, you must be pre-approved by a career professional from University Career Center.

StrengthsQuest®

  • "StrengthsQuest is a revolutionary program from the Gallup Organization that focuses on students' strengths rather than weaknesses."
  • By taking this online assessment, individuals are able to discover their natural talents. This knowledge has the potential to help students strategically choose a successful career path, conquer job and internship interviews, and gain a better understanding of what they do best.
  • To take the assessment, go to www.strengthsquest.ttu.edu.
 

Login to your Hire Red Raiders account and schedule an appointment online. If you have any questions navigating the site, please call our office at (806) 742-2210.

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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The University Career Center encourages persons with disabilities to participate in our programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about accessibility, please call 806-742-2210 in advance of your participation or visit.

Are you starting a full-time job? Have you been accepted into graduate school? Are you still deciding? The University Career Center (UCC) wants to know your post-grad plans! Report your Outcome!