This assessment can help you identify and explore your dominant values and how these values affect your career development. It contains 60 activity statements directly related to potential values in your life and career. Read each statement, and then select the ones that best describes how important the activity is to you.

This is not a test. Since there are no right or wrong answers, do not spend too much time on each item. Be sure to respond to every statement.

1.Read and/or write poetry
2.Create beautiful things
3.Brainstorm new ideas
4.Imagine and design how things will work
5.Draw or paint
6.Develop new skills working with your hands
7.Make music
8.Invent new products
9.Attend theater performances
10.Visit museums or art galleries
11.Analyze numerical data
12.Use computers to solve problems
13.Use statistics in your daily life
14.Understand complex mathematical problems
15.Use deductive reasoning
16.Be an expert at learning and remembering numbers
17.Calculate and compute numbers easily
18.Manage your money effectively
19.Be able to follow complex instructions
20.Be detail oriented
21.Do volunteer work
22.Be understanding of others’ problems
23.Give to worthwhile charities
24.Share your time and money with others
25.Do social service work
26.Counsel other people
27.Teach
28.Ensure the safety and well-being of the public
29.Be a positive role model
30.Help people in need
31.How important is it for you to… Make important decisions
32.Be a leader
33.Be the boss rather than an employee
34.Manage group projects
35.Plan long-term goals
36.Be considered a business expert
37.Be financially successful
38.Manage others’ work
39.Be admired by other business leaders
40.Be in a position of authority
41.Display good hand-eye coordination
42.Be outdoors
43.Be engaged in sporting events
44.Have good motor skills
45.Work at mechanical activities
46.Make things with your hands
47.Grow plants
48.Use hand tools like hammers and screwdrivers
49.Operate large machines and equipment
50.Be able to repair things in your home
51.Learn all you can about science
52.Construct or interpret maps and graphs
53.Study and test hypotheses
54.Collect biological data
55.Understand all you can about plants or animals
56.Conduct scientific experiments
57.Read about scientific or medical discoveries
58.Read about technical developments
59.Work with the knowledge and processes of the sciences
60.Solve complex problems