Last week’s articles took a sneak peak into the personality test of RIASEC. John Holland, a psychologist, narrowed down 6 forms of personality aspects that he believes each of us have, but with different degree of strengths. We explored three of the codes last week (Realistic, Investigative, and Artistic) and will continue with the remaining three codes this week – Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.
Personality test is a common measurement used by universities and workplace to understand different personalities. By understanding it, one can further explore their own and others’ strength. How do you take advantage of this useful tool for your university and career journey?
You applied for a scholarship.
You hope to be awarded one.
You made as much preparations for the interview and assessments.
You did not get the scholarship you wanted.
You feel disappointed and upset.
What do you do now?
The shift in economy adds an additional stressor on parents and their children alike – how do I financially afford to support my child throughout the expensive semesters and education in university?