October 12, 2006

What Career am I 'Throwing Away' to Homeschool?


You scored as Journalism. You are an aspiring journalist, and you should major in journalism! Like me, you are passionate about writing and expressing yourself, and you want the world to understand your beliefs through writing.

Journalism


100%

Art


92%

Linguistics


92%

English


92%

Mathematics


75%

Dance


75%

Sociology


75%

Theater


75%

Anthropology


75%

Philosophy


58%

Psychology


58%

Engineering


58%

Biology


58%

Chemistry


50%

What is your Perfect Major?
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6 comments:

My Boaz's Ruth said...

They don't have mother on there, so of course you are going to show up as something different.

Sheri said...

Mine was English...and yep, that was my major in college.

lori said...

I worked in Accounting as a Supervisor, I now work only jobs my children can go with me.

JenIG said...

that is one of the most interesting quiz thingys i've seen. i'm not surprised that you scored as a journalist. PS your comment on my sight about shoveling forkfuls of cake in your mouth cracked me UP. you are too funny

Anonymous said...

I also got Journalism (92%), Sprittibee. Actually I took a Print Jorunalism program in college. Rated high on sociology and philosophy too.

Sprittibee said...

my boaz's ruth - :) well, the funny truth is that journalism was my first pick in college. I took one class and dropped it the first week when the professor told me to read "the whole paper" because there would be a pop quiz Monday. I didn't want someone else telling me WHAT to write about, or making me NOT write my opinions. I would make a poor journalist because I can't help but be truthful and bias! A good journalist only gives the facts and hides their own slant like a poker player.

Sheri - I loved English in college. I still love English. ;) You and me, both, baby!

Lori - I worked in all kinds of office jobs... although accounting was not one of them (unless you count two years ago when I did an audit in Quick Books for someone for the summer). I do my own checkbook at home in MS Money and that's plenty enough accounting for me! Tax season got a lot easier when I finally broke down and hired someone! I hated filing taxes. My husband is a hands-off the finances kind of guy. I am very anal about record keeping, so he saw the talent and handed it all to me. Sometimes I don't mind, but I think couples should BOTH be involved with finances for the best results.

Jenig - Thanks, I think... ;) I have managed to lay off the icing since I wrote on your blog... however... the chocolate chip cookies continue to beckon!

Corey - I think Art would be my favorite of the "jobs" which I scored high for... unless you lump writing for fun in with Journalism or English. I love blogging, and am glad for an outlet for my writing fervor that doesn't consume me. It is just enough writing to feed the urge, and yet still maintain a "day job". ;) Thanks for stopping back in.

 

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