RIASEC (combined)

Career preference test (personality + activity questions)

About this test

RIASEC (Holland Codes) is a set of personality types developed by psychologist John L. Holland in the 1970s. Dr. Holland. Widely used to discover ones career and occupation preferences.

This version of Holland test consists of questions about your personality and preferred activities. There are also other versions of the test you can find an Orrery. Personality version, Activities version. Combined version is the most precised, but it has more questions.

There are multiple versions of Holland test. Orrery uses the one developed at Wisconsin University. Link to Wisc Uni site.

RIASEC (Holland Codes) is a set of personality types developed by psychologist John L. Holland in the 1970s. Dr. Holland. Widely used to discover ones career and occupation preferences.

This version of Holland test consists of questions about your personality and preferred activities. There are also other versions of the test you can find an Orrery. Personality version, Activities version. Combined version is the most precised, but it has more questions.

There are multiple versions of Holland test. Orrery uses the one developed at Wisconsin University. Link to Wisc Uni site.

Scales6
Questions72
Avg. time4:48

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Auto-Next: OFF

If Auto-Next is on, test will switch to the next page as soon as all the questions on a page are answered. Otherwise you would need to click "Next" button.

Instructions

The test consists of statements that you will have to rate by how much each is true for you on a scale of (1) not true (2) mostly not true (3) neither true or not true (4) mostly true (5) true.

The test consists of statements that you will have to rate by how much each is true for you on a scale of (1) not true (2) mostly not true (3) neither true or not true (4) mostly true (5) true.

When you are happy please continue to the next step.