Part 6: Career Personality Tests use Subjective
All true career personality tests measure your personality using a subjective career questionnaire. This means that you choose an answer (usually one word) to describe an occupation, activity, or object. Then, rapidly interpret the meanings and select one of them based on your “gut” response. The Myers Briggs offers two options from which to choose from, whereas the Strong Interest Inventory offers either 3 or 5 choices on a continuum. The DISC is unusual in that it requires you to make a “least like” and a “most like” among four options.
If you are interested in these types of tests, you’ll find descriptions and samples at www.testets.com