Question 1 :
Of the following, which is your best quality?
Friendliness; A deep and genuine caring for others
An understanding of what people want
The ability to deal with a wide range of personality types
The ability to provide creative alternatives
Question 2 :
Which of the following prerequisites are you most willing to gain and/or maintain?
A thorough knowledge of grammar and punctuation
A general scientific education and/or background
A background in anthropology and field biology
A degree in food science
Approximately 100 hours of training from an accredited school
Q uestion 3 :
Of the following, which would you consider to be the best job perk?
Plenty of travel and time outdoors
An easygoing relationship with managers
Having power over others
Working from home; setting your own hours
Plenty to eat, whenever you want it
Q uestion 4 :
Which of these statements of someone already in this profession appeals most to you?
"The company saw my ability as an asset. I'm holding the keys to our company."
"I do not counsel and I do not manipulate. I am simply here to facilitate a process."
So much today would have seemed impossible a century ago. We cannot predict the technical advances that may be made in the years to come."
"Receiving fan mail is a tremendous thrill."
"This job is intellectually very stimulating. We're doing something that conventional science should do, but doesn't."
Q uestion 5 :
Which of these do you most likely see yourself doing?
Working in a field both controversial and beloved
Refraining from drinking, smoking and eating onions, garlic, or pepper
Supplementing your income by performing on stage
Researching the Old West, the Civil War, or Victorian England among others
Q uestion 6 :
Which of the following risks are you most willing to take?
Taking on grisly tasks at a moment's notice
Losing creative control over your work
Being the recipient of harsh criticism on a regular basis
Getting sick and losing your job
Being the victim of frivolous lawsuits