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Why a profile choice examination?

The choice of a profile strongly determines a subsequent study. Therefore, it is important that the chosen profile is matched with interests, abilities and future professional opportunities, so that students can start an appropriate study after the final exam year.

What does the profile choice examination look like?

After registration, an intake form sent. This contains questions related to the person to be tested. These include relevant information about the home situation, school (behavior), leisure activities, social contacts, possible limiting circumstances (e.g. dyslexia and concentration problems), et cetera.

The examination begins at 9 a. m. and concludes at approximately 4:30 p.m. with a final interview. During the testing day, several ability tests are administered, which provide insight into the level and structure of various intelligence factors. Also offered areinterest and personality questionnaires, which give a picture of a large number of characteristics, and several interviews with a psychologist take place.

Based on the examination results, at the end of the test day, a recommendation issued on the choice of profile and possible subsequent studies. At this interview with the attending psychologist, one or both parent(s) will be present.

Within two weeks of the completion of the study, the written report takes place. The report includes the results from the intelligence-, personality- and interest researchwhich together formed part of the profile selection examination and, of course, all recommendations, which were explained in the follow-up discussion.

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