Career Test - get the career of your dreams!
Online Career Test
What should you study to get the career of your dreams?
educations.com has developed this popular online career test to help students to identify courses that suit their skills and preferences. This short career aptitude test will help you find the right career and study courses for you.
To get started simply:
1. Answer questions on your preferences, passions and interests
2. Receive a tailored profile that suggests areas of study that suit your skills
Last update: 06 Sep 2018
Question 1 of 35
Do you like to work with numbers?
Question 2 of 35
Do you like planning, organising and creating structure?
Question 3 of 35
Do you think it is important to follow laws and rules?
Question 4 of 35
Do you want to work with staff and organisational related matters?
Question 5 of 35
Are you service minded with a high stress threshold and want to work with people?
Question 6 of 35
Do you enjoy building things and working with your hands?
Question 7 of 35
Do you enjoy cooking for others?
Question 8 of 35
Do you like hosting parties and fancy dinners?
Question 9 of 35
Are you creative, artistic and/or musical?
Question 10 of 35
Do you enjoy reading, going to the theatre and museums etc?
Question 11 of 35
Are trends, beauty and fashion important to you?
Question 12 of 35
Are you passionate about information and communication?
Question 13 of 35
Do you like commercials/advertising?
Question 14 of 35
Do you enjoy languages and have a gift for learning them?
Question 15 of 35
Are you good at teaching others?
Question 16 of 35
Do your friends regularly ask you for advice and help regarding their private lives?
Question 17 of 35
Do you like to hold presentations and to inform others?
Question 18 of 35
Do you like history, religion or questions related to society and politics?
Question 19 of 35
Do you find it interesting to study social tendencies in other people?
Question 20 of 35
Do you want to work internationally?
Question 21 of 35
Do you find it interesting to study nature and urbanisation?
Question 22 of 35
Do you want to work with kids and teenagers?
Question 23 of 35
Do you like to help others, for example the elderly or the sick?
Question 24 of 35
Do you want to help reduce the impact of stress on modern day life?
Question 25 of 35
Are fitness and health important to you?
Question 26 of 35
Do you like to understand how things work, and be involved in creating things?
Question 27 of 35
Would you like to get a drivers licence and drive a vehicle at your workplace?
Question 28 of 35
Are you interested in electronics and up-to-date with the latest technological developments?
Question 29 of 35
Are you environmentally conscious?
Question 30 of 35
Would you like to work with animals and nature?
Question 31 of 35
Do you enjoy working with computers?
Question 32 of 35
Are you a "handy-man" and enjoy fixing technical things at home?
Question 33 of 35
Are you interested in natural phenomenon and global warming?
Question 34 of 35
Would you like to live in the countryside?
Question 35 of 35
Can you picture yourself working late nights and weekend shifts?
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