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WHAT IS THE SDS?

The SDS is a career assessment and exploration tool that matches an individual’s aspirations and talents to career choices and educational opportunities.

  • Offers quick, online administration with immediate and interactive results
  • Helps students find courses of study and careers that match their personality
  • Based on John Holland’s RIASEC theory

WHAT MAKES THE SDS DIFFERENT?

The SDS is the gold-standard career assessment and exploration tool.

  • Trusted for 50 years
  • Administered more than 40 million times
  • Translated into more than 30 languages
  • Supported by more than 1,500 published research studies and 2,000 unique published references
  • No special training needed to administer and score

WHAT’S YOUR TYPE?

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Realistic
Realistic types generally like to work with things more than with people. They are often described as genuine, sensible, practical, natural, thrifty, modest, persistent, and honest.
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Investigative
Investigative types typically like to work with ideas more than with people or things. They are usually described as logical, curious, exact, intellectual, cautious, independent, quiet, and modest.
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Artistic
Artistic types usually like to work with ideas more than with things. They are usually described as open, creative, independent, emotional, impulsive, and original.
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Social
Social types typically like to work with people more than with things. They are often described as helpful, understanding, responsible, warm, cooperative, convincing, friendly, kind, generous, and patient.
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Enterprising
Enterprising types generally like to work with people and ideas more than with things. They are usually described as outgoing, adventurous, energetic, optimistic, sociable, and self-confident.
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Conventional
Conventional types generally like to work with papers and numbers. They are typically described as practical, careful, thrifty, efficient, orderly, and persistent.
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