by Randall S. Hansen, Ph.D.
Thanks again for participating in our College Grad Job-Hunting Readiness Quiz.
To improve your score — or simply to get more information and resources — use The 15-Point College Grad Job-Hunting Study Guide. Scoring
For each of the 15 statements, give yourself a score based on the following scale:
Not Sure 0 points Started 3 points Nearly Complete 5 points Completed 7 points
Add up your points and determine your results. If you scored…
More than 92 points — Top of your class! You are well-positioned for job-search success!
80-91 points — A strong contender. Tweak a few things and pick up the pace and you should be in good shape for job-search success.
65-79 points — Average work. It’s going to take you longer to find a good job after graduation unless you pick up the pace.
Under 65 points — Struggling. You need to quickly move forward with many of these elements of a successful job-search.
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