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In order for us to estimate your personal Interests and Usual Style, you will first need to answer a series of questions. Read each pair of phrases below and decide which one of the two most describes you, then select the radio button next to that phrase.

As you make your choices, assume that all jobs are of equal pay and prestige. When you have answered each of the questions, click "Continue" to go on. There are 24 total questions.

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Quiz Results

After you complete The Princeton Review Career Quiz we will show you careers that match the "style" and "interest" colors you created. The colors have particular meanings:

  • Red: Expediting
  • Green: Communicating
  • Blue: Planning
  • Yellow: Administrating

Your Interest

"Interests" describe the types of activities that you are drawn to; these will need to be present in a job or career that you are considering if you are to stay motivated. It is important to note that interest in an activity does not necessarily indicate skill.

Your Style

"Style" describes the strengths that you could bring to a work environment when you are at your best. This is the way you like to get results. A work environment in which your strengths are appreciated is a big part of career satisfaction.

Recommended Careers

"Interests" describe the types of activities that you are drawn to; these will need to be present in a job or career that you are considering if you are to stay motivated. It is important to note that interest in an activity does not necessarily indicate skill.



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