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Sample Report




Careers Guidance Report
Private and Confidential



30th April, 2001      


Mrs Alberta Anderson

The following assessment has been produced by whichCAREER.com. It uses a combination of validated psychometric measures and has been written to assist you in your choice of career and occupation.

You should find that this report is a valuable aid, as are all psychometric measures, when used in conjunction with other sources of data. It is not intended to be used in isolation. One of its greatest benefits is to pinpoint areas of strengths which you should follow up.

The report is divided into four sections. The first is your personality profile, summarising your personality in relation to your workplace. The second section summarises of your occupational preferences, based on your reported interests. The third section reports your aptitudes as measured by the questionnaires. Finally, the report makes recommendations on the fields of endeavour that you should investigate. These should be pursued at the levels indicated in the career preferences section of the report.

The report shows remarkable accuracy if the questionnaires have been answered honestly. Even if one or two errors have occurred, the measures have been designed to minimise their effect. The report however will be invalid if there has been a deliberate attempt to deceive.

Good luck with your career!


PERSONALITY PROFILE

You are direct and decisive, confident and friendly. You are an individualist who likes to get results through an independent approach.

You are good at creating and maintaining enthusiasm in others providing the job carries the authority to act without precedent. You have little time for detail and may not tie up all loose ends except when a result depends on it.

You are assertive and you react quickly to a challenge. You are restless and strive to succeed and you can become impatient when things do not go according to plan. You are not particularly compliant, but you can be opinionated and defiant. You dislike being beaten or losing at most things, and you are always anxious to try new ideas. You are a self starter, you can be impetuous at times and you are normally aggressive in both your work and social environment.

You want freedom from controls, supervision and detail. You prefer a wide scope of operation involving new and varied activities. You seeks power, prestige, position and authority, you want an opportunity for advancement. You require freedom of speech and preferably a democratic relationship.


CAREER PREFERENCES

Your aspirations are high. You are interested in preparing yourself for occupations that require post-secondary or academic education, but you would be willing to settle for a lower level of training.

Your first preference is to work in occupations connected with communications and culture. Your second preference is to work in the civil service or in a large organization. In addition, you are interested in working in occupations with a business orientation.


APTITUDE

Your ability to grasp two-dimensional figures, to understand diagrams and to see the whole picture on the basis of the diagram is excellent. You can immediately visualize the whole structure without the need for hints or additional explanations. Your ability is similar with regard to three-dimensional figures.

Your analytical skills are average in comparison to the overall adult population. With a certain degree of effort, you are able to dissect a problem into its component parts. In addition, you are sometimes able to analyse and understand the steps required to achieve a solution.

Your intellectual abilities are rated as high in comparison to the overall adult population. You have good problem-solving skills, and can deal with most problems that are presented to you.

SUMMARY & SUGGESTIONS

You work best and are motivated by situations which allow you to have power, authority, freedom and recognition for the work that you are doing. You want to do things in a systematic, logical manner. Security and clear objectives are important to you.

Your choice of occupation or field of interest is only partially crystalised, and it is likely that you will still find it somewhat difficult to work towards completing the necessary training in order to realize your aspirations.

In view of the above we suggest that you concentrate on the following areas:

  • Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, etc)
  • Ecology
  • Public Administration
  • Political Science




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