Career paths are a process not the product of a single thought or act. You must first find out who you are, and what is right for you.
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There are various assessments and information to help you find out who are and what is right for you. Many schools and employers look at aptitude tests as as a structured way to evaluate how people perform on tasks or react to different situations. Here is your chance to see how you are doing.

  • Interests
    • Fun
    • Work-related. Remember, your job right now is to be a good student.
  • Skills
    • Mental
    • Interpersonal
      • Skills Inventory of both mental and interpersonal skills by the University of Minnesota
    • Physical
  • Personality Traits
  • Values
  • Aptitude
    • Verbal
    • Numerical
    • Abstract Reasoning
      • Test your ability to quickly identify patterns, logical rules and trends in new data, integrate the information and apply it to solve problems. Employers us this test to see how you think strategicallyand understand the big picture to solve problems.
    • Clerical speed and accuracy
    • Mechanical
      • Most tests are about mechanical tools and equipment. Many employers uses these type of tests to select people for a career as a mechanic, firefighter, and so on.
    • Spatial
      • Used to check your understanding of 2D and 3D figures. Engineers, architects and chemists are some of the careers that may see this type of test.
    • Spelling
    • Language
  • Energy/Focus Patterns
    • Sprinters
    • Plodders
  • Life Skills
    • How you act is sometimes measured by a test although many interviewers will just observe your actions
  • School
  • Habits
    • What is optimal and how do we measure up?
  • Grade History

Want to get an idea of what you need to do for different jobs and how much you get paid?