Developed in 2012 and introduced in 2014, the Thrively Strength Assessment has been completed by over 130,000 students as the starting point for a journey to build self awareness, define purpose, develop skills, and experience personal impact within the context of the strengths and interests that are unique to each child. The assessment was developed, tested and refined over a period of 2 years by two board-certified pediatric neuropsychologists with decades of clinical experience who worked directly with Thrively founders and management and a group of students and their parents to overcome the shortcomings of existing tools. It was built from the ground up for children to find their passion and develop their own personal genius, and as the starting point for a personalized learning system that inspires increased engagement and growth for all kids.

Note:  In order for students to complete the Thrively assessment in Otus, all students must have already joined a class that has been created in Otus.

Teacher Setup 

First, teachers should go to and select "Join" in the top right corner to create your teacher account.

Once you have created your account, click on the button called My Class. Next, choose the Add Students button. From there, you will see an Invite Code that you can share with your students to enter from their account.

Students Take Thrively Assessment

Step 1:  Students log into their Otus accounts

Step 2:  Students click Learning Profile

Step 3: Students click Thrively and select 'Take Student Strength Assessment'

Step 4:  Students Create Thrively accounts to access assessment

Step 5:  Students complete assessment


Viewing the Results

Step 1: Select Classes

Step 2: Select the student

Step 3: Scroll down to the bottom of the first page of their student profile. There is where you will see the results!

Note: Students can complete the Thrively Assessment once per year. If the teacher would like to reset their access to the assessment, reach out to us using the chat bubble and we can reset by individual student or the entire class. 

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