JAMB Choice Of Course Test For Social Science Students
JAMB Choice of Course of Study Test For Social Sciences
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This JAMB Choice of Course of Study Test is a simple test for Social Science 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 a social science (commercial) 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 10 to 15 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:
- Social Science
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 Administration, 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 Administration, then the test suggests that you are most likely to perform best in courses and fields of study that fall under that category.
Economics (the social science that seeks to describe the factors which determine the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services.)
Geography (the study of places and the relationships between people and their environments.)
Philosophy (the study of the nature, causes, or principles of reality, knowledge, or values, based on logical reasoning.)
Political Science (a social science discipline that deals with systems of government and the analysis of political activity and political behavior.)
Psychology (the study of mind and behavior. It is an academic discipline and an applied science which seeks to understand individuals and groups by establishing general principles and researching specific cases.)
Public Administration and Local Government (an academic discipline that studies this implementation and prepares civil servants for working in the public service.)
Religious Studies (academic field of multi-disciplinary, secular study of religious beliefs, behaviors, and institutions.)
Social Work (a professional and academic discipline that seeks to improve the quality of life and enhance wellbeing of individuals, families, couples, groups, and communities through research, policy planning, community development, direct practice, and crisis intervention.)
Sociology / Anthropology (Anthropology is the study of what it means to be human through the lens of cultural diversity. Sociology examines how human actions in modern societies are shaped by social groups and by wider social, economic and political pressures.)
Accountancy (or accounting is the profession of communicating financial information about a business to shareholders and managers.)
Actuarial Science (the discipline that applies mathematical and statistical methods to assess risk in insurance, finance and other industries and professions.)
Business Administration / Management (concerned with the organization and the market environment of businesses.)
Banking and Finance (the study of how the banking system works as well as financial institutions)
Hospitality and Tourism (the study of the entire hospitality industry ranging from hotel management to tourism management to a host of others.)
Insurance & Risk Management (similar to Actuarial Science and is another name for the field.)
Industrial Relations and Personnel Management (related concepts that deal with various aspects of the relationship between the management of organizations and their employees as well as the relationship between other parties with a vested interest, such as labor unions.)
Marketing (a field that explores multiple forms of communication within a business environment.)
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- Questions For Review
Do you consider yourself to be someone that likes to help people solve their problems a lot, the kind that makes people wonder if you’re crazy?
Did you write Economics 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 seem to always study people?
Do you prefer the idea of working in teams to one-man tasks?
How much does working outdoors appeal to you?
Do you like to have discussions about issues like politics or current events?
Do you like to influence or persuade people?
The young man above is analyzing the data gotten from a conducted research. Do you consider that to be interesting?
Attending to a disabled or socially unstable person. Does sound like what you can do?
The young woman is trying to help a depressed teenager. Do you like the idea of studying people?
Do you often dream about starting your own business?
Would you consider yourself to be the leader-type?
Do you usually like to have your day structured with clear instructions to follow?
Did you write Commerce 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 like the idea of working in an office?
Do like to work with numbers or charts?
Do you like to organize things like files and keep records?
The man above is counting money. Do you consider that to be interesting?
The man above is explaining some business forecasts at a board meeting. Off course, most people would like that kind of executive position. But, honestly, do you often find yourself expressing your ideas with such confidence?
The screen above is populated with lots of numbers and charts. If you were to work with all that everyday, do you think you can cope?