Do What You Are (DWYA) is a Personality assessment based on Jungian
typology. It identifies these dimensions of personality:
Introvert, Extravert, Sensing, Intuitive, Thinking, Feeling, Judging and
Perceptive. It helps students to identify their natural
preferences, gifts and talents. This information helps students
increase self-understanding and enhances personal development.
Personality type is a
key theme in the Student Success Program. It is integrated into
CollegeScope and available through an online access code in
all of my printed textbooks. It is
used to help students:
communication and relationships
appreciation for diversity
The format is unique
in that it is based on college scenarios rather than choosing between
word pairs. Different college student scenarios are described and
students and asked to choose which scenario is most like them.
There is a strong
link between personality type and careers. The DWYA assessment
connects students to careers matching their personality types and
interests. Students can research these careers using the O'Net
career database which is integrated into the program.
Take the Do What You Are
Click on Register.
Create an account. Use a fake email address, not the one you use
at home or work. Make a note of the email address you used.
For the ID number, use the first three letters of your name and your
phone number or just invent any number.
Click on Log In. Use the email address and password you created.
Start the assessments.
Note that this is a temporary demo site for faculty use only.
Tips for Administering DWYA
Classroom Exercises on
Log in: CollegeScope (and Do What You Are)
Using Your Access
Code: College and Career Success
Information for Students: Accessing CollegeScope (and Do What You
Sales Information: Contact Carla Lundman at
Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm (EST)