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Gain insight in your personality, work values and competences

Are you exploring your future career? Or do you want to be able to present yourself well on paper or in a job interview?

At the moment we have the following free tests for you which can help you start your orientation.We are working on a new online test platform and hope to be able to offer more tests as soon as possible.

  • 1. Personality Tests

    Big 5

    The test is based on the Big 5 personality theory. The Big 5 personality theory is the most widely used and best researched personality theory, in short, scientifically valid.

    The test gives you feedback on five basic dimensions of your personality: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, altruism and neuroticism (OCEAN). There are no bad scores. You can use the results, for example, to find a work environment that suits you and it can help you present yourself. Your personality traits remain relatively stable throughout your life, but some may change or shift over time.

    However, many companies also use more 'popular' tests, such as the DISC-test and the MBTI-test, whose scientific reliability and validity are less established.

    However, many companies also use more 'popular' tests, such as the DISC test and the MBTI test, whose scientific reliability and validity are less proven.

    DISC test

    The DISC test allows you to quickly determine your DISC type and your personal DISC profile. Find out how the DISC factors, Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance explain your behavior towards others and the daily things you do.

    Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

    Another regularly used personality test is the MBTI, which distinguishes between sixteen personality types and is based on theories of Carl Gustav Jung. The MBTI uses 4 dimensions: introvert/extravert, thinking/feeling, sensing/intuition and judging/perceiving.

    16personality test

    Another popular test is the 16personality test. This test is based on the Myers-Briggs and the BIG 5 personality dimensions.

  • 2. Values test

    Work Values Test

    What values in work do you find important? By looking at this values this could have links for your future job and the appropriate company culture.

    Personal Values

    This test is about your personal values, which ones are important to you. This is also important to see what drives you and motivates you.

  • 3. Competency Test

    This test measures the 16 most work-related competencies.