Strong vocational interest test

Strong vo·ca·tion·al in·ter·est test

(strŏng),
a test that matches a subject's specific likes, dislikes, and interests with those characteristic of persons working in each of a number of vocations.

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Edward K., Jr., U.S. psychologist, 1884–.
Strong vocational interest test - matches an individual's specific likes, dislikes, and interests to those characteristic of persons working in each of a number of vocations.
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