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Which subjects do you like?

English - eg, English, English Extension
Agriculture - eg, Agricultural Science
Art
Business Education - eg, Accounting, Secretarial Studies
Computer Studies - eg, Information Processing and Technology
Dance
Drama
Film & Television
Health & Physical Education - eg Health Education, Physical Education
Home Economics - eg, Home Economics, Hospitality Studies
Industrial Technology - eg, Graphics, Technology Studies
Languages other than English - eg, French, Japanese
Mathematics - eg, A, B, C, Logic
Music
Physical Sciences - eg, Chemistry, Physics
Other Sciences - eg, Biology, Multi-Strand, Marine Studies
Religious & Ethical Studies - eg, study of Religion
Social Sciences - eg, Modern History, Geography, Economics, Legal Studies

Which subjects are you good at?

English - eg, English, English Extension
Agriculture - eg, Agricultural Science
Art
Business Education - eg, Accounting, Secretarial Studies
Computer Studies - eg, Information Processing & Technology
Dance
Drama
Film & Television
Health & Physical Education - eg, Health Education, Physical Education
Home Economics - eg, Home Economics, Hospitality Studies
Industrial Technology - eg, Graphics, Technology Studies
Languages other than English - eg, French, Japanese
Mathematics - eg, A, B, C, Logic
Music
Physical Sciences - eg, Chemistry, Physics
Other Sciences - eg, Biology, Multi-Strand, Marine Studies
Religious & Ethical Studies - eg, Study of Religion
Social Sciences - eg, Modern History, Geography, Economics, Legal Studies

Which activities are you interested in?

Artistic / Creative - You like to express yourself in a creative way or through design, decoration, art, writing, acting, entertainment or music.
Business / Entrepreneur - You like to be involved in business relations with people and projects, particularly buying, selling, leading, influencing or analysing.
Clerical / Organising - You like to be involved in tasks requiring accuracy, planning, controlling or organising.
Outdoor You like to work outdoors and be fairly flexible and mobile.
People Contact - You like to work mainly with people in the capacity of teaching, helping, advising, caring for or supporting.
Practical / Mechanical - You like to work mainly with tools, equipment or machinery.
Scientific - You like to explore, investigate, analyse, experiment and/or observe.

Which field would you like to work in?

Built Environment - Constructing, building, surveying, planning buildings and/or reshaping the environment.
Business - Finance, accounting, banking, economics, e-commerce, management, human resource management, and international business.
Communication - Organisational, public relations, marketing, advertising.
Creative Arts - Expressive, creative, visual, writing, and/or film and TV.
Cultural / Historical - History, linguistics, languages, heritage, sociology, gender, indigenous, political, regional and government.
Design - Visual arts, graphics, interior, industrial, landscape, town planning, computer, clothing and photography.
Education - Teaching - pre-school, primary, secondary, disabilities, learning support, technical, vocational, workplace and training.
Engineering - Aerospace, mechanical, electrical, civil, computer, medical, environmental, surveying, property valuation and construction.
Environment - Scientific, animals, plants, water, planning and health.
Health - Nursing, nutrition and dietetics, optometry, podiatry, public health and health management.
Information Technology - Computer science, software development, information systems, information management, and data communications.
Law - Legal, justice, police, lawyers, solicitors and barristers.
Media - Film & TV, journalism, creative writing and multimedia.
Performing Arts - Dance, drama and music.
Recreation And Sport - Human movement, exercise science, sports, coaching and fitness management.
Sciences - Biology, microbiology, biomedical, biotechnical, physical sciences, radiography, earth sciences, mathematics and statistics.
Social Services - Psychology, counselling, human services, ethics, social welfare and community work.

What's important to you?

Achievement - Seek to accomplish tasks and get important things done.
Belonging - Seek to develop friendships and feel included in or accepted by groups.
Challenge - Seek to overcome challenges, difficult problems or situations.
Concern For The Environment - Seek to protect or preserve the environment.
Concern For Others - seek to look after the well-being of others.
Creativity - Seek to innovate or create new ideas and be identified with original input.
Expertise - Seek to attain a high level of expertise in specialist areas.
Independence - Seek to be independent and make key decisions or do things your way.
Leading / Managing - Seek to be responsible for leading or managing people, projects and/or resources.
Lifestyle - Seek to integrate and ensure a strong balance between work, home and leisure.
Material Rewards - seek property or wealth and/or a high standard of living.
Security - Seek a solid, secure or predictable future.
Status - Seek to be recognised, admired, and respected by others in the community.
Responsibility - Seek to be responsible for people and resources, and be dependable and trustworthy.

How would you describe your working style?

Enthusiastic - You tend to get totally involved and are prepared to take risks in order to get things done as quickly as possible.
Imaginative - You tend to think things through before jumping in and you can use your imagination to see alternatives and situations.
Structured - You tend to get on and get things done but in a structured, sensible and responsible way.
Logical - You tend to want to understand tasks and plan well in advance before you work on them.

So, how do you usually think about things?

Decide Emotionally - You like to decide things with people's feelings in mind and value harmony and praise.
Decide Logically - You like to make decisions logically, without a great deal of emotion.
Factual - You like to use your experience, try proven ways, follow instructions and/or use your senses to tackle or solve problems.
Inner Strength - You like to work on one or two projects or tasks at a quality level and have one or a few really close friends.
Intuitive - You like to explore new ideas and possibilities and take short cuts to repetitive tasks.
Organised - You like to have decided well ahead of time, be organised, stick to schedules and be somewhat settled.
Outgoing - You like to do many things at once, can work easily with medium to large groups of people and like action and variety.
Spontaneous - You like to stay flexible, avoid fixed plans, and do things unexpectedly or spontaneously.

The verdict

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