How to Find Free Career Aptitude Tests That Require No Sign Up


For the new graduate or career-changer, knowing what to focus on as far as a career can easily be determined by taking a free career aptitude test. A number of free career aptitude tests require no sign-up or commitment that can help anyone start a plan for beginning a successful career journey. Free aptitude tests can be found locally and online and often require less than an hour to complete.

 

Step 1

Check with your school guidance department or student services. Many schools and colleges offer free aptitude tests that do not require any type of sign-up. You can take the aptitude tests at your convenience and then compare the results with occupational outlook resources to find a career that matches your abilities and interests. Consider taking a career aptitude test before signing up for additional coursework or settling on a specific career for the best long-term results.

Step 2

Review main career websites and job boards as a source for free career aptitude tests. You can use a great many online resources to find aptitude tests that will help select the best career for your aptitude and skills. By doing a search online for "career aptitude test," you should find several that do not require any type of sign up process, which protects your personal information and prevents email spam.

Step 3

Look for free career aptitude tests on industry association websites. If you are interested in a particular field or industry, consider taking a career aptitude assessment with an industry association that prepares students to take on work within that field. By searching for industry associations, you will not only gain access to free aptitude tests that require no sign-up, you will also learn a little more about the type of work you may be doing in the future

Step 4

Take career assessments for free with area job service or work force training agencies. Due to the increase in unemployment numbers from 5 percent to 10 percent of Americans in the years 2007 to 2009, many area employment agencies and work force training centers provide free career aptitude assessments to better help adults find careers that will enable them to enjoy stable work. Check with your area unemployment division or staffing companies for more information.

Step 5

Employers often offer free no-sign-up career aptitude tests as part of the employee development process. If you are currently employed or going through the process of getting hired with a company that offers career advancement opportunities, you can often take free career tests to determine your work skills and talents so that you can be placed into more advanced roles. Get information about this from the human resources department for best results.

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