Some of the best personality tests and inventories of aptitudes are found at Johnson O'Connor labs (the tests require an appointment). Interests vs. Aptitutdes
I was lucky. I was given these tests by my parents ($500 each
back in 1975). The inventory of aptitudes helps the student.
Let Mr. Chapman know how much you appreciate his website BusinessBalls.com
Look for BusinessBalls.com. Alan Chapman's work in assembling these many pages of summaries is admirable.
More Free Tests by Integrating IT
Here are some links that I've used in my classes
For Adults and near-adults:
A lot of reading but useful guidance.
Simple Myers-Briggs test (4 questions)
Helpful to some teenagers (who are persistent readers)
I'm not pleased with some of the questions, which I thought were vague and difficult to understand.
Reluctant readers (people who need more visual content)
(I'm looking for a good short-answer, short question test with images)