Career Management - Objective 1.00 Exam Questions (Form 501) 1. Those that learn best by pursuing interests through an individual pace have which learning preference? A Kinesthetic B Intrapersonal C Logical D Musical 2. If an individual learns best by sharing, comparing, and likes having a lot of friends, his/her dominate learning preference is: A Linguistic. B Intrapersonal. C Spatial. D Interpersonal. 3. Learning by doing experiments, working with numbers and participating in problem solving identifies which kind of learner? A Interpersonal B Logical/mathematical C Natural D Spatial 4. Which reason would an artist, musician, or dancer most likely give for working? A Earn money. B Social satisfaction. C Prestige. D Self-expression. 5. Which reason would a carpenter, farmer, or brick mason most likely give for working? A Compassion. B Prestige. C Sense of achievement. D Personal development. 6. Working to gain appreciation and reward from others shows value for: A Responsibility. B Recognition. C Creativity. D Prestige. 7. Someone who likes to draw or build things probably has a: A Musical Learning Preference. B Spatial Learning Preference. C Linguistic Learning Preference. DLogical Learning Preference. 8. A test that identifies interests and likes that can lead to possible career choices is a/an: A Interpersonal inventory. B Learning style inventory. C Interest inventory. D Intrapersonal inventory. 9. Responsibility, compassion, and security are all examples of: A Talents/aptitudes. B SCANS Skills C Interests/preferences. D Work values/needs. 10. One of the three broad categories of career interests is: A People. B Computers. C Automobiles. D Agriculture. 11. An interest inventory may indicate that the student: A Can play basketball well. B Has good handwriting. C Likes to work with people. D Would be a good bricklayer. 12. Natural or acquired skills or talents describe a person’ s: A Goals. B Values. C Standards. D Abilities. 13. Learned abilities to perform tasks or duties of various occupations are: A Workplace ethics. B SCANS skills. C Postsecondary training. D Lifelong learning. 14. Learning through the use of language in reading and writing is which learning preference? A Kinesthetic B Logical C Spatial D Linguistic 15. SCANS Basic Skills include: A Recording B Reading. C Thinking. D Interpreting. 16. A person who wants to be successful values: A Achievement. B Compassion. C Responsibility. D Relationships. 17. Which is an aptitude? A Humor B Dexterity C Loyalty D Kindness 18. SCANS Thinking Skills include: A Problem-solving. B Reading. C Sociability. D Speaking. 19. SCANS Interpersonal qualities include: A Creativity. B Knowing how to learn. C Listening. D Social skills. 20. A positive self-concept is characterized by: A Always being happy. B Easily overcoming self-doubt. C Frequent periods of depression. D Always making good grades in school. 21. A person with a poor self-concept would: A Like him/herself. B Be afraid of failure. C Take responsibility for his/her actions. D Value his/her own ability. 22. What would likely be the result if a person who values variety took a job as an assembly line worker? A The person will be fulfilled with his/her career selection. B The person will be unhappy performing the same tasks daily. C The person will advance easily in his/her position. D The person’ s values will compliment his/her career choice. 23. If an individual has a Holland code suggesting Social strengths, a career in which field might be most satisfying? A Writing B Finance C Teaching D Mathematics 24.Having excellent grades in math and science means that a person may be successful in the career field of: A Communications. B Engineering. C Business. D Travel/Tourism. 25. Having strong ability in English and Theatre Arts means that a person may be successful in the career field of: A Travel/Tourism B Engineering. C Business. D Communications. 26. Having awareness of strengths and weaknesses in skill level helps an individual to: A Avoid further education to strengthen skills. B Steer clear of opportunities to develop areas of weakness. C Setappropriategoals. D Focus narrowly on potential careers. 27. What might an IQ score suggest about an individual’s career goal? A An IQ can give a good indication of success in occupational groups. B A person should only choose careers as suggested by his/her IQ test results. C A person should not consider IQ in choosing a career. D A person with a 130 IQ can perform well in any career. 28. If an individual has a Holland code suggesting Enterprising strengths, a career in which field might be most satisfying? A Hospitality B Teaching C Finance D Science 29. If an individual has a Holland code suggesting Conventional strengths, a career in which field might be most satisfying? A Teaching B Finance C Foodservice D Medicine 30. Which characteristic might be an area of strength for an individual with a Thinker work type personality? A Effective conflict management skills B Great administrative & operational skills C Uncomfortable with risk-taking D Systematic problem solving 31. Someone who aspires to become a teacher or guidance counselor probably prefers to work with: A Things. B Data. C People. D Values. 32. According to Keirsey, a Thinking (T) individual prefers to make decisions based on: A Thought and facts. B Intuition. C Perception. D Feeling and judging. 33. Which personality type might be best suited for a career in clothing design? A Artisan B Guardian C Idealist D Rational 34. An individual who values variety will find satisfaction pursuing a career as a/an: A Assembly line worker. B Toll booth attendant. C Cashier. D Animal Control Officer. 35. Because abilities are learned, they will: A Change with experience. B Always stay the same. C Depend on choice of friends. D Become less important with age.