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Interest tests and self-assessment

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When finding a suitable study programme, you should always have your own interests and skills in mind, too. Interest tests and self-assessment can be helpful tools when exploring your personality. After answering (online) questionnaires, you are usually given feedback on those fields of study which might be suitable for you. However, a number of online tools can also be ideal for comparing your expectations on one side and the requirements of specific subjects on the other side.

Despite these options, you should also consider other information and use advisory services to help you make your decision at the end of your search for the right study programme.

University of Jena online study check Show content

Irrespective of whether you already have specific ideas about your choice of study programme or are still looking for bundled brief outlines, photo tours and interviews: Using the study check de, you can quickly gain a picture of your studies, university and town.

Compare your expectations with the information provided by the students and teachers of our university and find out which field of study suits you the best. Simply select your field of specialization and study programme and off we go.

Self-assessments and online tests of other providers Show content
  • Study Interest Test (SIT) of the German Rectors’ Conference and ZEIT ONLINE
  • Your path to studying, a self-exploratory tool of the German Federal Employment Agency
  • was-studiere-ich.de, a test from the state of Baden-Württemberg with an interest test and three aptitude tests
  • Self-assessmenttool of the Association of North German Universities for the subject groups: Social sciences and social theory, natural sciences, law, economics and business administration, languages and the liberal arts
  • Self-Assessmenttool for different study fields of the RWTH Aachen University
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