Welcome To Class 8th to Class 10th School Students!
If you're a 8th, 9th, or 10th student already thinking ahead to [...]
IntroductionMaximize your potential!
If you're a 8th, 9th, and 10th student already thinking ahead to college and career, then bravo! Good for you! Outstanding! You're well on your way to success already. Most students wait too long and never adequately plan out their educational and career goals.
You can take control of future success today by simply deciding to make it your plan.
A Time for ExploringGreat Time!
The 8th, 9th and 10th class are a great time to begin exploring. Start by learning about what interests you. Make it a point to start taking lots of different courses so that you can explore the various subjects that might one day lead to a career.
Finally, this is a great time for you to begin taking career assessment tests. These assessments help you understand what careers best match based on your interests and aptitude.
Course-Stream PlanningCourse-Stream Selector
can be taken in class X to know the students preference for subjects after class X. However, it should be taken only as an indicator or a facilitator.
Intellectual preparedness and truthful responses are the prerequisites for this test. Assessment scores may depend upon student's environmental stimulus and motivation level.
Course-Stream Assessment is a battery of Aptitude Tests which also combines Interest profile of a student. This coincides with the onset of adolescence and beginning of career concepts. It is therefore crucial to give a road map to the child which is realistic and favorable. Course-Stream assessment is aimed to empower a child with "self knowledge" in terms of the Aptitude and Interest, to enable the child in making informed subjects choices.
Students cant take this test either online or using paper and pencil , which requires approximately 1 - 1/2 hours. The assessment broadly indicates:
- Strength & Weekness in the subjects
- Priority based subject/stream selection after 10th class
Problem Solving Assessment (PSA)
can be taken in class IX.
Technical/ Industrial TrainingGet hands-on on skills
If college is not in your interest and you would like to hands-on on technical or industrial training institute, get understanding their admissions requirements will help give you technical direction and practical goals for the next few years.
Career PlanningPlan your future with self-assessment and career discovery tests
It's never too early to start thinking about a career. At the very least, you should begin exploring different occupations so that you get a sense for what interests you. This will allow you to plan out your coursework according or simply give you ideas for classes you might want to take just to explore potential interests. Below, you will find an introduction to just some of the career-related resources available to you on our site.
Linking core subjects to career exploration. Acquire a basic understanding of the importance of English, math, and science skills to an array of careers.
Read through career profiles. Each career in our database has a detailed, multiple-page profile that includes a job description, job requirements, college/training center and forums for user discussion. Most career profiles even have brief videos that provide quick introductions to each career! We have a database of over 900 different careers that you can search or browse through.