Below is a simple interests assessment that may help you learn more about your preferences and to help you in planning for post-secondary careers.
Interests Assessment – High School Students
Below is a simple interests assessment that may help you learn more about your preferences. It is based on John Holland’s Theory of Vocational Choice. This theory maintains that people can be loosely classified into six categories: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.
College majors and careers can also be sorted into these same categories. This assessment will help you learn about which of the six areas tend to relate to your interests. Next, you can look at college majors and careers that may match your preferences. You are more likely to be satisfied with career choices that are consistent with your skills, interests, and values.