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    Anyone have any idea where this guy took his test? It has a detailed summary.

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    Hi there.. Thanks or the responses so far!

    I haven't taken any statistical data, yet, but what I notice is that there is a strong relationship pattern between:

    INFJ's being "Social"/"Conventional"
    ENFPs somewhere along the lines of "Social/Enterprising/Artistic"
    INFPs either Realistic/Investigative/Artistic or Social/Investigative/Artistic.

    I'm thinking those who fall within the RCE are strongly "sensors" who have a bit of "J" in them.

    Based on a class I took called Clinical Counseling Theories, my instructor says that the Holland Code test is more accurate/reliable compared to the MBTI, in terms of finding occupations. She vehemently despises MBTI. According to her: it's not peer-reviewed, scientifically valid, and the scaling system is too flawed.. In her own words, "They are ONLY offered at community colleges/universities because they are cheaper to give as career aptitude tests." Anyway, I still think it's interesting how well the MBTI scores relate to Holland Codes. =)

    Based on the Holland Code theory, most people score highest in 2 to 3 areas (sometimes more). The ideal career match for a person would align their Holland codes with at least the first 2 codes of each profession. For instance, people who have a strong interest in SIA would be ideally matched with careers that offer lots of interaction (Social), down time for research (Investigative), and creative approaches to teaching styles/class projects (Artistic). These people highly suit the academic setting (colleges/universities).

    The top three scores, according to this theory, should also touch each one another along this chart (in other words- rarely do the codes not touch):



    Please note, it's uncommon that a person has opposing codes (I.e. "Conventional/Artistic"- since artistic interests usually don't match with conventional ideals or "Social/Realistic"- realistic being hands on, working with machines, not much with people, social- high interest in interpersonal relationships). It's not to say that it can't/doesn't exist, but not as often (from what I read). For those who are strong in more than 3 codes, it's more likely due to experiences in the work force (nothing wrong with being 'well-rounded,' right?). Ideally, if one cannot find work that matches all 3 codes, it's advisable to balance the unmatched ones with hobbies that reflect those interests. Sorry, this is my quick/dirty explanation.

    For those who are want to learn more about these Codes for Career Exploration:
    Career Center Website
    (I'm guessing this is probably where that guy found his test results).

    PDF Version of the Test, Along with Longer List of Occupations

    Another Useful PDF

    Much luck!

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    Results:

    * Investigative: 10
    * Artistic: 10
    * Social: 7
    * Realistic: 4
    * Conventional: 3
    * Enterprising: 1

    Holland Code(s):

    * ISA
    * ASI
    01001001010011100100011001010000

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    I've seen other NTs report their results, so I believe this thread has already lost the exclusivity to NFs.

    Congratulations!

    You have finished the quiz and your Holland Code results are as follows:
    Results:

    * Investigative: 15
    * Social: 11
    * Conventional: 11
    * Artistic: 10
    * Realistic: 10
    * Enterprising: 5

    Holland Code(s):

    * ISC
    * ICS

    Browse the related careers and find out what career paths RCC offers that match with your Holland Code quiz results. If you have questions about your results, please contact the Counseling Department. If you would like to make changes to your quiz and resubmit your responses, close the results window and return to the quiz. Adjust your answers and resubmit the quiz.
    I might be feeling more "social" today than normal however.

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    Results:

    * Social: 9
    * Investigative: 6
    * Artistic: 5
    * Realistic: 3
    * Conventional: 3

    Holland Code(s):

    * SIA
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    * Investigative: 14
    * Social: 11
    * Artistic: 6
    * Enterprising: 5
    * Conventional: 5
    * Realistic: 1

    ISA

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    Results:
    Investigative: 12
    Social: 11
    Conventional: 9
    Artistic: 8
    Enterprising: 2
    Realistic: 2

    Holland Code(s): ISC

    Pretty accurate results since I am a Forensic Scientist, which is all about Investigation.
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    Results:

    * Social: 13
    * Investigative: 13
    * Enterprising: 11
    * Artistic: 10
    * Realistic: 6
    * Conventional: 2

    Holland Code(s):

    * SEI
    * IES

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    Congratulations!

    You have finished the quiz and your Holland Code results are as follows:
    Results:

    * Enterprising: 17
    * Social: 15
    * Investigative: 15
    * Conventional: 14
    * Artistic: 10
    * Realistic: 8

    Holland Code(s):

    * ESI
    * EIS

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    Congratulations!

    You have finished the quiz and your Holland Code results are as follows:
    Results:

    * Social: 16
    * Investigative: 13
    * Enterprising: 12
    * Artistic: 11
    * Conventional: 8
    * Realistic: 5

    Holland Code(s):

    * SIE


    SIE Dietician AAOT
    SIE Insurance Claims Examiner Associate of Science Oregon Transfer in Business Degree
    SIE Medical Record Administrator AAS/Business Technology/OST Certificate
    SIE Physical Therapist AAOT
    SIE Probation and Parole Officer AS (articulated with Southern Oregon University)


    I, i guess that works. I agree with the Holland Code, but probably not these career choices.

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