If you are undecided about a major or if you want to identify your strengths, the Center for Testing can provide valuable information. Tests and inventories, selected according to each student's particular needs, will match your primary career interests, abilities and personality style. A staff member will meet with you individually to help you devise an educational plan based on your test results. Services are free of charge for all Bradley students.
* National College Testing Association Standards Member
The Center for Testing offers guidance for Bradley University students, as well as high school students and those attending other colleges, who need assistance with their planning. Students meet individually with a professional who determines the most appropriate tests for their needs. They then complete a combination of ability and aptitude tests, personality and values measures, and career interest inventories. During their final appointment, they receive an interpretation of the results, along with suggestions for steps to take to achieve their goals. A similar process is followed for adults who are contemplating a career change.
In addition to serving as instructors for Bradley University's Academic Exploration Program and EHS 120: The University Experience course, the staff of the Center for Testing is available for a variety of presentations. Typical topics relate to the following:
-personality style identification and organizational implications
-career development and choice