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Assessments

Merit-based Assessments

The PSAT Test is the only way students can qualify for National Merit Scholarships, and will be offered to Juniors on Wednesday, October 28, 2015. Sophomores are welcome to take the PSAT, but should be in the top 20% of their class. Please note that Sophomores who take the PSAT will have to take it again in their Junior year to qualify for National Merit Scholarships. The cost is $18 and is due at the time of sign-up. Please stop by the Career Center to reserve your spot and to receive a test prep booklet. Space is limited.


Career-based Assessments

Minnesota Career Information System
(User ID: CIHS1 & Password: welcome)    
MCIS includes information about occupations, industries, military careers, career fields, programs of study and training, Minnesota schools, national schools, financial aid, job search, working for yourself, nontraditional employment, practical learning activities and a glossary. After you login, you can creat your own account and save all of the information you have found.

Minnesota Office of Higher Education
www.ohe.state.mn.us        
Provides information on all the Minnesota financial aid resources and data, school licensure and registration, student and institutional data.
Provides publications on college readiness and awareness, financial aid estimator, application for reciprocity, financial aid and savings plans.

What can I do with this Major?  
SCSU Career Tip Sheet offers information on what jobs you could obtain with a given major/degree.


Other Assessments Sites
http://www.bls.gov/k12/        
This Bureau of Labor and Statistics Career Guide will link your favorite subject in school to a possible career










 Last Modified: 17 September,2015