JAMB Choice Of Course Test For Arts Students
JAMB Choice of Course of Study Test For Arts
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This JAMB Choice of Course of Study Test is a simple test for Arts students that helps you discover the best career opportunities that relate to your personality based on Holland Code personality types, interests and performance in secondary school as an Arts student.
1. This JAMB Course Assessment test is a test of 20 questions and you are expected to select only one option that suits your true feelings as your answer to each question.
2. The test should take you about 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Try not to give too much thought to each question before answering as you would then be more likely to be selecting an answer based on what you feel is ideal or what you want to be the truth rather than what really is the truth.
3. You will have to supply an answer to each question before you will be allowed to submit the test for your results.
At the end of the test, you will have access to your results in the following pattern that categorizes all the possible courses you can study in Nigerian institutions into two major groups:
Your score for each group will be represented as percentages and the implication is pretty simple. Wherever you score highest for instance if the highest is 90% in Law, then the test suggests that you are most likely to perform best in courses and fields of study that fall under that category.
Once you are done with the test, click on “Finish Quiz” to see your results.
Please Note: Don’t panic if this assessment test lists careers or courses that don’t interest you. Always take more than one test before you make a decision and more importantly, talk with a career counselor if you have access to one or family and friends before making your choice. Remember that this is a decision that will greatly affect you for life, so choose wisely.
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Your score for each group are represented as percentages and the implication is pretty simple. Wherever you scored highest for instance if the highest is 90% in Law, then the test suggests that you are most likely to perform best in courses and fields of study that fall under that category.
Archeology and Tourism (scientific study of past human culture and behavior, from the origins of humans to the present.)
Arabic and Islamic Studies (the historical study of Islam and Arabic language: Islamic civilization, Islamic history and historiography, Islamic law, Islamic theology and Islamic philosophy.)
Christian Religious Studies (the study of the Christian Religion, history, theology and philosophy)
English and Literary Studies (the study of English language and a wide range of literary traditions, critical approaches and theoretical debates.)
Fine and Applied Arts (the study of visual art. It educates and prepares students to become artists and to follow other practices that are aligned to the making of art.)
Foreign Languages and Literature (the study of foreign languages, their histories and literature.)
History and International Studies (the study of history on an international level expected to acquaint the students with the past and current events which have impacted and are impacting significantly on mankind.)
Linguistics and Nigerian Languages (the scientific study of language: language form, language meaning, and language in context with particular emphasis on Nigerian languages)
Mass Communication (the study of how people and entities relay information through mass media to large segments of the population at the same time.)
Music (the study of music; music performance, music education (training music teachers), musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory and composition.)
Theatre and Film Studies (a study concerned with acting out stories in front of an audience using combinations of speech, gesture, music, dance, sound and spectacle — indeed any one or more elements of the other performing arts)
Public and Private Law / Civil Law (the study of law as it deals with issues that affect the general public or state – society as a whole and as it affects the rights and obligations of individuals, families, businesses and small groups and exists to assist citizens in disputes that involve private matters.)
Commercial and Property Law(the study of law that applies to the rights, relations, and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade, property and sales.)
International Law and Jurisprudence (the study of international law particularly the principles behind law that make the law with a hope to obtain a deeper understanding of the nature of law, of legal reasoning, legal systems and of legal institutions.)
Islamic / Sharia Law (the study of the legal framework within which the public and some private aspects of life are regulated for those living in a legal system based on Islam.)
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Did you write Literature in WAEC or any other O’level Examination and what was your performance?
Note: If you are awaiting your results, select the grade you expect.
Would you rather draw than solve Mathematics?
How often do you attend concerts, art exhibitions or movie theaters / cinemas?
Do you like to read novels and literary pieces?
Do you like to write stories or articles that involve such creativity? Or Maybe a better way to judge would be to ask: Do you have have a diary or journal where you keep stock of your experiences?
Do you find it very interesting to be able to speak other languages different from your mother tongue or English Language?
Do you love to sing and can you play any musical instrument?
The man above is reporting news. Do you consider that to be interesting? Do you have a flair for collecting and reporting trending news?
The environment above is a record studio. Do you consider working in that environment to be appealing?
Off course, you can guess what’s happening in the image above. It involves a lot of outdoor activities, working with people, drama and playing roles. Can you cope in such working environment.
Would you say you are the type that likes to influence or persuade people, always wanting to win an argument?
Do you like to give speeches, talks or participate in debates?
Did you write Government in WAEC or any other O’level Examination and what was your performance?
Note: If you are awaiting your results, select the grade you expect.
Do you consider yourself to be someone that likes to help people solve their problems?
Do you seem to investigate and try to figure things out a lot?
Do you ever get worried about all the injustice in the world?
Do you consider yourself to be the assertive or leader-type?
The young woman above is trying to figure out a case she has been on for months now. You can see her library in the background. She’s actually reading a lot to gather all the information she needs. Do you consider that to be interesting?
The man above is trying to communicate some facts in a formal environment. Do you consider yourself to be that outspoken?
Do you think you can work in the environment above with all the costumes and formality?