You are on page 1of 3

University of San Francisco

Current User: Makayla Presgrave

Your Academic Strengths and Weaknesses
You indicated that you "Excel" in the following:
Physical Education
You indicated that you "Do Pretty Well" in the following:
Biology and Environmental Sciences
English
Language Arts
Math
Physical Sciences (eg Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy)
Social Sciences (eg Psychology, Philosophy, Religion)
Social Studies
You indicated that you "Do OK" in the following:
Art - Fine
Business (eg Management, Marketing, Economics)
Computers & Technology
You indicated that you "Get By With Help" in the following:
Foreign Languages
You indicated that you "Never Took A Class" in the following:
Art - Performing
Music

Work Interest Profile Summary
Your interests can be summarized as follows:
Your average score in each area is also shown below as a number ranging from 0 to 100 where:
0=Low 50=Moderate 100=High

Realistic

58.33

Investigative

33.33

Artistic

20.83

Conventional

16.67

Social

16.67

Enterprising

12.50
10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

Your top 3 work interests in the order you selected are:
Realistic
"the doers"

People in the realistic category often prefer to work with objects and things. They
are likely to enjoy creating things with their hands and using tools and machines.
Some prefer large, powerful machines like tractors, while others prefer precision
machinery such as X-ray or electronic equipment. People in this category generally
enjoy being physically active, repairing equipment, rebuilding cars, fixing electrical
things, solving mechanical problems, playing sports, working outdoors, and using
their hands.

Investigative
"the thinkers"

People in the investigative category often have a strong desire to understand cause
and effect, and solve puzzles and problems. They often work in jobs that are
scientific in nature. Their work often involves the analysis of data, using formulas,
graphs and numbers. Investigative types typically prefer to work independently, and
with minimum supervision. People in this category generally enjoy using computers,
solving math problems, interpreting formulas, and thinking abstractly.

Artistic
"the creators"

People in the artistic category prefer to be expressive. They like the opportunity to
create new things and be innovative. They typically do not like structure or
conformity. They prefer to use their imagination and be creative. People in this
category generally enjoy activities such as: writing, poetry, photography, designing,
singing, acting, dancing, painting, attending theaters and exhibits, and reading.

Leisure Interest Profile Summary
Your interests can be summarized as follows:
Your average score in each area is also shown below as a number ranging from 0 to 100 where:
0=Low 50=Moderate 100=High

Educational

50.00

Practical

45.83

Leading

20.83

Artistic

20.83

Social

16.67

Organizing

12.50
10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

Your top 3 leisure related interests are:
Educational
"the thinkers"

People with an educational orientation like to be involved in activities that have
to do with ideas and thinking; these are people who like to observe, learn,
investigate, analyze, evaluate, or solve problems. They like to search for facts
and figure out problems mentally. They prefer working with ideas rather than
with people or things. They are often described as being analytical, curious,
methodical, rational, cautious, independent, precise, reserved, complex,
intellectual, and modest.

100

Practical
"the doers"

People with a practical orientation generally prefer hands-on activities, and tend
to focus on things in the physical world. They typically enjoy working with tools
or machines, and often gravitate to toward careers that can be performed
outdoors. They are often described as being frank, genuine, humble, practical,
natural, and persistent.

Leading
"the persuaders"

People with a leading orientation like to influence others. They tend to enjoy
persuading others to see their point of view. They often like to work with people
and ideas, rather than things. They are often described as being adventurous,
energetic, optimistic, agreeable, extroverted, popular, sociable, self-confident,
and ambitious.

Skills Profile Summary
The Skills You Selected Are:
Decision Making
Weighing out the options in a situation or a problem and logically choosing the best course of action.
Listening
Paying attention to what other people are saying, and taking time to understand the points being made.
Managing Time
Allocating and budgeting your time for different tasks so that things get done when needed.

Personality Profile Summary
Your personality can be summarized as follows:
Your Personality Type:
Your approach to work is to be orderly, have a clear understanding of the objectives, and pay close
attention to the facts. You care about the well being of other people and when dealing with them you are
tactful, sympathetic and aim to provide them with practical help to support their needs. When working on a
project, you prefer to collect the facts and information necessary before making decisions. You like to have
things clearly stated and accurate and patiently look at details and procedures. You are committed to
meeting your obligations and take responsibility for them.
Choosing Your Career:
People with your personality type are attracted to occupations where you can combine your abilities to
make careful observations and use the facts accurately to provide help to other people. Examples of such
occupations can be found in fields such as health services, teaching, human resources management,
community services, counseling, and selected areas of business.

Values Profile Summary
The Values You Selected Are:
Creativity
Create new ideas, programs, things, or anything else not previously developed by another person.
Income
Having a level of income that will afford you with luxuries, and which will allow you to become financially
independent.
Working Outdoors
Having a job where you can spend a significant amount of time outside.
Focus™ 2
Copyright 2013 Career Dimensions®, Inc. All Rights Reserved