High School Students . . . Take the Jung-Myers Briggs Personality Typology Test!
09/28/2013 Published by: Suzanne
Interested in discovering how your personality reflects your life, school, college and future career possibilities and choices? Find out by taking the Jung-Myers Briggs Personality Typology Test. Military-connected high school students can find a FREE link to the test in the College Options Service’s “Student Planning Guide” - a FREE resource available to all military-connected high school students – at SchoolQuest.org™.
What is it?
The free Jung Typology Test™ is based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach to personality. After completing the “test”, students will:
- Have a 4-letter type formula according to the Jung-Myers Briggs typology along with the strengths of preferences and the description of personality type.
- Discover careers and occupations that best suit their personality type and the institutions where they can train for them.
- Learn about famous personalities with their same personality type.
- Gain access to free career development.
What does it mean to be “military-connected”?
If you or your parent/guardian is active-duty or retired from one of the branches of the U.S. military (Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines or Coast Guard), the National Guard or Reserves, OR if you are a member of your school’s Student 2 Student chapter, then you are a military-connected student and have access to not only our College Options Services resource, but also our Scholarship Finder and Method Test Prep resources which can all be found in our SchoolQuest College Planners section . . . brought to you FREE by the Military Child Education Coalition® (MCEC®) . . . for the sake of the child!
Where can I find it?
Find a link to College Options Services (COS) in the SchoolQuest College Planners section of the SchoolQuest.org™ home page. If this will be your first visit to our College Options Services resource, click on the “Create Account” link to get started. Once you’ve gained access to COS “Dashboard”, click on the “Student Planning Guide” link under the “Online Interactive Content” heading. You will find a link to the free Myers-Briggs test at the bottom of page 7 in the guide.
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