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This detailed report contains vital information that could significantly affect your life.
We recommend that you take your time and review the different listings and data to realize the report's importance.

  • Clicking on a specific profession will show your suitability for it in terms of skill and personality.
  • Clicking on a different tab , such as "Characteristics" or "Tests" will show you more detailed information.
There are also additional features: a help section, PDF export, personal traits, and further explanations regarding how the different elements affect the chosen professions.
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Your interests


51%

People who like to work with "things". They tend to be "assertive and competitive, and are interested in activities requiring motor coordination, skill and strength". They approach problem solving "by doing something, rather than talking about it, or sitting and thinking about it". They also prefer "concrete approaches to problem solving, rather than abstract theory". Finally, their interests tend to focus on "scientific or mechanical rather than cultural and aesthetic areas". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the performative field exam ❯❯

45%

People who prefer to work with "data" and who "like rules and regulations and emphasize self-control ... they like structure and order, and dislike unstructured or unclear work and interpersonal situations". They also "place value on reputation, power, or status". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the administrative field exam ❯❯

45%

People who prefer to work with "ideas" They like to "think and observe rather than act, to organize and understand information rather than to persuade". They also prefer "individual rather than people oriented activities". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the investigative field exam ❯❯

40%

People who like to work with "ideas and things". They tend to be "creative, open, inventive, original, perceptive, sensitive, independent and emotional". They rebel against "structure and rules", but enjoy "tasks involving people or physical skills". They tend to be more emotional than the other types. (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the artistic field exam ❯❯

31%

People who like to work with "people" and who "seem to satisfy their needs in teaching or helping situations". They tend to be "drawn more to seek close relationships with other people and are less apt to want to be really intellectual or physical". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the social field exam ❯❯

28%

People who like to work with "people and data". They tend to be "good talkers, and use this skill to lead or persuade others". They "also value reputation, power, money and status". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the entrepreneurial field exam ❯❯

Preferences and Interests

The three professions that rated highest according to your questionnaire results.

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The first three professions represent your top preferences and interests. The rate you received reflects the level of your suitability for each profession according to your skills and personality scores as of today. In other words, this simulates a report that would have been presented to an employer if you had applied for such a position in the real world.

preference recommendation
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Practical control systems engineer
88%
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Archeologist
87%
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Practical electronics engineer
74%
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Neuroscientist
85%
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Physicist
96%
6
Radiographer
84%
7
Interpreter
92%
8
Practical civil engineer
77%
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Pratical hardware engineer
89%
10
Data scientist
96%
11
Practical mechanical engineer
82%
12
Chemist
0%
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Philosopher
0%

Professions of your choice

Four professions by your choice.

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At the end of the interest questionnaire phase, you will be given the option to choose 5 additional professions you wish to test your suitability for based on your skills and personality, for those who are accompanied by an occupational consultant, involving him at this stage is advised.

preference recommendation
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Practical mechanical engineer
82%
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Chemical engineering
95%
29
Payroll accountant
84%
81
Training development
85%

Logipass's recommendations

A weigh of your skills, personality type, and preferences for professions relevant to you.

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preference recommendation
5
Physicist
96%
10
Data scientist
96%
7
Interpreter
92%
9
Pratical hardware engineer
89%
4
Neuroscientist
85%
6
Radiographer
84%
8
Practical civil engineer
77%
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Preferences and Interests

The first three professions represent your top preferences and interests. The rate you received reflects the level of your suitability for each profession according to your skills and personality scores as of today. In other words, this simulates a report that would have been presented to an employer if you had applied for such a position in the real world.

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85%
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96%
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84%
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77%
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Professions of your choice

At the end of the interest questionnaire phase, you will be given the option to choose 5 additional professions you wish to test your suitability for based on your skills and personality, for those who are accompanied by an occupational consultant, involving him at this stage is advised.

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82%
18
95%
41
84%
43
85%
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Logipass's recommendations

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96%
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96%
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92%
11
89%
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85%
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84%
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77%
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Your interests


51%

People who like to work with "things". They tend to be "assertive and competitive, and are interested in activities requiring motor coordination, skill and strength". They approach problem solving "by doing something, rather than talking about it, or sitting and thinking about it". They also prefer "concrete approaches to problem solving, rather than abstract theory". Finally, their interests tend to focus on "scientific or mechanical rather than cultural and aesthetic areas". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the performative field exam ❯❯

45%

People who prefer to work with "data" and who "like rules and regulations and emphasize self-control ... they like structure and order, and dislike unstructured or unclear work and interpersonal situations". They also "place value on reputation, power, or status". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the administrative field exam ❯❯

45%

People who prefer to work with "ideas" They like to "think and observe rather than act, to organize and understand information rather than to persuade". They also prefer "individual rather than people oriented activities". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the investigative field exam ❯❯

40%

People who like to work with "ideas and things". They tend to be "creative, open, inventive, original, perceptive, sensitive, independent and emotional". They rebel against "structure and rules", but enjoy "tasks involving people or physical skills". They tend to be more emotional than the other types. (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the artistic field exam ❯❯

31%

People who like to work with "people" and who "seem to satisfy their needs in teaching or helping situations". They tend to be "drawn more to seek close relationships with other people and are less apt to want to be really intellectual or physical". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the social field exam ❯❯

28%

People who like to work with "people and data". They tend to be "good talkers, and use this skill to lead or persuade others". They "also value reputation, power, money and status". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the entrepreneurial field exam ❯❯

Your interests


51%

People who like to work with "things". They tend to be "assertive and competitive, and are interested in activities requiring motor coordination, skill and strength". They approach problem solving "by doing something, rather than talking about it, or sitting and thinking about it". They also prefer "concrete approaches to problem solving, rather than abstract theory". Finally, their interests tend to focus on "scientific or mechanical rather than cultural and aesthetic areas". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the performative field exam ❯❯

45%

People who prefer to work with "data" and who "like rules and regulations and emphasize self-control ... they like structure and order, and dislike unstructured or unclear work and interpersonal situations". They also "place value on reputation, power, or status". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the administrative field exam ❯❯

45%

People who prefer to work with "ideas" They like to "think and observe rather than act, to organize and understand information rather than to persuade". They also prefer "individual rather than people oriented activities". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the investigative field exam ❯❯

40%

People who like to work with "ideas and things". They tend to be "creative, open, inventive, original, perceptive, sensitive, independent and emotional". They rebel against "structure and rules", but enjoy "tasks involving people or physical skills". They tend to be more emotional than the other types. (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the artistic field exam ❯❯

31%

People who like to work with "people" and who "seem to satisfy their needs in teaching or helping situations". They tend to be "drawn more to seek close relationships with other people and are less apt to want to be really intellectual or physical". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the social field exam ❯❯

28%

People who like to work with "people and data". They tend to be "good talkers, and use this skill to lead or persuade others". They "also value reputation, power, money and status". (source Wikipedia)

List of professions for the entrepreneurial field exam ❯❯
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Final recommendation
The report coordinates all the examinee's scores in the face of the profile requirements and considers the examinee's suitability for the position according to which. The role profile settings can be changed and these can be reflected when you reopen the report.
Skills Attributes
This report presents the examinee's scores in various types of thinking skills, Including general work speed (output), work accuracy and description of work patterns. Scores range from 1-9, and according to the norm chosen for the role.
Skills tests
This report shows the examinee's scores in the thinking tests, in a range of 1-9, according to the norm chosen for the role and presents 3 metrics for each test: Speed, Accuracy and Achievement score.
Personality traits
This report shows scores on personality traits, scores ranging from 1-7 and according to the norm chosen for the role, As calculated on the basis of scores in the dimensions of the personality questionnaire and its validity in the face of corresponding behaviors in the work of the validity sample.
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Professions chosen by the counselor

These professions were selected by the referral counselor to be tested for. There may be an overlap between the professions the counselor chose and the professions that came up as the top three in the aptitude questionnaire results.

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Professions chosen by the counselor

These professions were selected by the referral counselor to be tested for. There may be an overlap between the professions the counselor chose and the professions that came up as the top three in the aptitude questionnaire results.

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Interests and preferences

The first three professions represent your top preferences and interests. The rate you received reflects the level of your suitability for each profession according to your skills and personality scores as of today. In other words, this simulates a report that would have been presented to an employer if you had applied for such a position in the real world.

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your choices

At the end of the interest questionnaire phase, you will be given the option to choose 5 additional professions you wish to test your suitability for based on your skills and personality, for those who are accompanied by an occupational consultant, involving him at this stage is advised.

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The dominant areas of each profession represent the most relevant areas of interest to the profession, meaning those that best reflect the various aspects that make up the practice in that field. The percentage graph reflects the prominence of these areas and the ratio between them within the profession. For example, when there are 3 prominent areas, each accounting for 33%, it means that the profession constitutes a balanced combination of these three areas. If there are 3 prominent areas, but one of them is at 60%, it signifies that this profession is characterized prominently in that specific area, while the other areas are less significant in it.

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The prominent areas of interest arise from your choices in various aspects in the questionnaire, where the percentages reflect the degree of alignment between your choices and the characteristics of each domain. The higher the alignment percentage, the greater the correspondence between your preferences and the features of the domain. For example, when a specific domain has a 50% alignment, it means that there is only a half-match between your choices and the characteristics of the domain based on half of the criteria, and the other half of your choices do not match the domain. If the alignment percentage is 80%, it can be concluded that most of the domain's characteristics mirror your tendencies.

skills
(9 sections distribution)

9 very high (4%)
 
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9) Indicator 96-100, ~ 4% higher points, ~ 96% achieved a lower score (4% achieved exactly this point) - ~ about 4% of candidates have this point, which means that they are special persons.
8 high (10%)
 
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8) Indicator 89-96, ~ 4% got a higher score, ~ 89% got a lower score (7% achieved this exact score) - ~ About 10% of candidates have this score (or higher), that is, some people are in this rating and above.
7 above average (23%)
 
12%
7) Scoring 77-89, ~ 11% got a higher score, ~ 77% got a lower score (12% achieved this exact score) - ~ About 1/4 of candidates have this score (or higher), which means a small fraction of candidates.
6 high average (40%)
 
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6) Indicator 60-77, ~ 23% got a higher score, ~ 60% got a lower score (17% achieved this exact score) - ~ about 40% of candidates have this score (or higher), which means the level is slightly above average.
5 average (50%)
 
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5) Indicator 40-60%, ~ 40% got a higher score, ~ 40% got a lower score (20% got this exact score). ~ This is an average score, half of the candidates get a higher score and half a lower score.
4 low average (60%)
 
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4) Indicator 23-40%, ~ 60% got a higher score, ~ 23% got a lower score (17% achieved this exact result). - ~ About 60% of candidates have achieved a higher level, which means that the level is slightly below average.
3 below average (75%)
 
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3) Indicator 11-23%, ~ 77% achieved a higher score, ~ 11% achieved a lower score (12% achieved exactly this point) - ~ about 3/4 of candidates achieved higher scores than this level.
2 low (90%)
 
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2) Indicator 4–11%, ~ 89% achieved a higher score, ~ 4% achieved a lower score (7% achieved exactly this point) - ~ about 90% of candidates achieved a higher level than this level.
1 very low (96%)
 
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1) Indicator 0-4%, ~ 4% below points, ~ 96% achieved a higher score (4% achieved exactly this point) - ~ Almost all candidates received higher scores than this level.

The [9] Scale: Represents the percentile of population that will reach or surpass this grade.
This implies the majority of the population will score 4, 5 or 6 and only a fraction will score 9 or 1.

personality
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7 very high (5%)
 
5%
Might 96-100%, top 5% of the population, 95% have a lower score (5% have just reached this mark) About 5% of the population is in this grade, which means they are individuals of virtue.
6 high (15%)
 
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Masons 86-95%, 5% scored higher, 85% scored lower (10% scored exactly) - about 15% of the population is (or higher), which means a small proportion of the population.
5 average high (35%)
 
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Masons 66-85%, 15% have a higher score, 60% have a lower score (20% have just reached this score), and about 35% of the population is (or higher), which means the level is slightly above average.
4 average (50%)
 
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Masons 36-65%, 35% have a higher score, 35% have a lower score (30% have just scored) This is the average grade, half the people score higher and half lower score.
3 average low (65%)
 
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Masons 16-35%, 65% scored higher, 15% scored lower (20% scored exactly), and 65% of the population achieved higher than this level, which means the level is slightly below average.
2 low (80%)
 
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Masons 6-15%, 85% scored higher, 5% scored lower (10% scored exactly), and 85% of the population achieved higher levels than this.
1 very low (95%)
 
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Masters 0-5%, 5% lower grades, 95% scored higher (5% scored exactly), almost all examinees achieved higher levels than this.

The [7] Scale: Represents the percentile of population that will reach or surpass this grade.
This implies the majority of the population will score 3, 4 or 5 and only a fraction will score 7 or 1.

The Personality Report is based on research conducted by Logipass that observed how a person ranks himself, his views and the way others rate him.

The scores range from "very high" to "very low" and are statistically relative, i.e. "very high" is relatively high in comparison to the population and in other words reflects the fact that the majority of people rank lower in a specific metric.