The Strong Interest Inventory College Edition: How This Report Can Point College Students in the Right Direction

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  • 1. The Strong Interest Inventory College Edition: How ThisReport Can Point College Students in the Right DirectionThe Strong Interest Inventory College Edition contains important information for High Schooljuniors, seniors and College Students. This information includes college majors that coincidewith each individual’s test results. Lists of college majors are listed for each test taker, which coincide with their interests. The Interest Inventoryareas of which college majors are based on include:Artistic Students who score high in this area tend to prefer to be self-expressive and enjoy music, art, design, and writing. Artistic students are known as “creative communicators” (CPP, 2004).Investigative Students who score high in this area tend to prefer to take an analytical approach involving research, experimentation, or diagnosis. Investigative students are known as “scientific problem solvers” (CPP, 2004).Social Students who score high in this area tend to prefer to take a helping approach by teaching, developing or taking care of others. Social students are known as “empathetic helpers” (CPP, 2004). 1/4
  • 2. Enterprising Students who score high in this area tend to prefer to influence or lead others through selling the merits of ideas or products. Enterprising students are known as “active persuaders” (CPP, 2004).Conventional Students who score high in this area tend to prefer to approach managing finances, procedures and data in an organized and orderly way. Conventional students are known as “careful organizers” (CPP, 2004).Realistic Students who score high in this area prefer to take an active hands-on approach involving construction, mechanical, or outdoor activities. Realistic students are referred to as “practical doers” (CPP, 2004).Your college majors are chosen from your top three areas of interest. A few examples ofcollege majors from the six interest areas listed above are:Artistic College Majors Include But Are Not Limited To: Advertising Architecture English Foreign Languages Journalism Mass CommunicationInvestigative College Majors Include But Are Not Limited To: Biochemistry Computer Science Mathematics Pre-Medicine 2/4
  • 3. Psychology EconomicsSocial College Majors Include But Are Not Limited To: Counseling Nursing Religious Studies Dietetics/Education Criminology Occupational TherapyEnterprising College Majors Include But Are Not Limited To: Government History Human Resources Marketing Political Science Real EstateConventional College Majors Include But Are Not Limited To: Accounting Business Computer Programming Medical Administration Information Systems and Technology Paralegal StudiesRealistic College Majors Include But Are Not Limited To: Civil Engineering Computer Technology Electronics Law Enforcement Medical Technology Physical Fitness and Training 3/4
  • 4. Getting a head start in choosing your college major can be a great asset. Don’t waste time with classes that do not accrue towards your major. Take The Strong Interest Inventory College Edition, figure out what college major would best suit you, and make a decision early and be prepared. If you have children in college, encourage them to take advantage of this great asset and determine their major, and eventually their best-fit career. This Interest Inventory not only lists college majors, but also lists your top 10 most relevant careers that best suit you according to your Strong test results. The Strong Interest Inventory is one of the most valuable tests in determining careers. To be taken to The Strong Interest Inventory College Edition, Click Here, or visit our Strong Tests Page where you can find numerous Strong Assessments to choose from. The Strong Interest Inventory College Edition: How This Report Can Point College Students in the Right Direction 4/4Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)