Why Take Self-Assessments?

It is much easier to make confident academic and career-related decisions when you know who you are and what is important to you. Self-assessments are a fun and helpful way to get to know yourself better. Through these questionnaires, you may gain a clearer idea of your strengths, skills, personality, values, and interests. This self-awareness is important in making decisions related to majors and careers.

Interested in Taking Self-Assessments?

To take these formal assessments, which are free and available to all Butler students, you need to meet with a trained professional who can administer the assessment and interpret the results. Ask an Exploratory advisor about the steps needed in order to take one or more of the assessments listed below. There are staff members in the Center for Academic Success and Exploration and Career and Professional Success who are trained in these assessments. Email or for more information.

Assessments Offered by Butler

Strong Interest Inventory: An assessment that provides general information about your career interests and how they compare to those of people in various occupations.

StrengthsQuest: An assessment that evaluates your talents and what you do best, providing you with your top five strengths.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI): A personality assessment that examines your preferences and explores various career options based on natural tendencies and preferences.

Values Card Sort: An activity that allows you to clarify your priorities and what is important to you in your work.