Today's generation of young people should be applauded. Why you may ask? With the advent of Internet and the access to information at their finger tips, youth and young adults these days are equipped with the know-how of everything and anything. On top of which, parents these days are also more liberal when it comes to life choices and decisions.
However, for various reasons there are a number of them that are still bound by their parents’ life choices and decisions. One common crossroad usually is between a career of their choice, a career of their parents’ choice or simply not knowing what they to pursue academically and what they want to be when they grow up.
For students or even a working adult of today that are interested in advancing themselves academically, there is an answer to that baffling question.
Thanks to easyuni.com, Malaysia’s first and only online comprehensive college and university applications that offers a career recommender test that will guide you towards the right decision. Just click on the Course Recommender tab on the website, and all you have to do is answer a series of questions and the test will match specific career details to your personality and interest. Once the test comes up with the results, it’ll also tell you which universities or colleges that offer that specific course, and how much it will cost. On top of it all, is also allow you to get your friends to vote to see if the chosen course is suitable for you too!
One might be apprehensive about relying on such test to make such a major decision of your life. Fret not, as the test is developed with credible experts. In collaboration with the faculty of psychology of a local university, the psychometric test is developed to help and guide individuals that have absolutely no idea which course to pursue based on your personality and interest.
And there you go, a virtual counsellor that is unbiased because it doesn’t have an opinion of its own. The result that is derived is based on the answers that you’ve provided and you can’t blame anyone for influencing your decision on your career, and most of all, your future.