Personality Testing

Kweller Prep will offer personality testing by a Career Counselor for students in grades 9-12. We are offering this service to better assist students plan high school electives, narrow summer internships, select a college major, and ultimately apply to the colleges best suited for their personalities by 12th grade. If interested, please sign up below.
The Test plus Analysis is $250

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Read about Personality Test here

Meet the Career Counselor: Cheryl


CHERYL has been a Career Counselor for 19 years. She has helped over 5,000 undergraduate students navigate their futures (including Frances Kweller) and is now available to do the same for high school students at Kweller Prep. Cheryl holds a Master of Science in Education from CUNY Hunter and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from SUNY Albany. She is a Certified School Guidance Counselor in grades K-12. On a daily basis, Cheryl assists students with all of their career planning needs, including everything from college major selection, career decision making, internship and job searches, as well as developing interview skills.

Personality Test Results and Analysis are 1 hour long. Sessions meet at Kweller Queens and parents are encouraged to attend.
Step 1: Complete Payment of $250 online at The $250 is the final cost and includes the exam plus the in-person analysis.
Step 2: Send email to requesting exam
Step 3: Allocate 1-hour to complete the hard copy of the personality test in a quiet space.
Step 4: Schedule your in-person meeting for test analysis via The in-person meeting will last approximately one hour and parents are encouraged to attend the session. Cheryl will send you additional instructions as well.
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There are may benefits to taking personality tests. By taking a personality test while in high school, students can select which Advanced Placement courses to take (or not to take), and which SAT 2 Subject Tests and/ or electives are the best fit prior to applying to competitive college programs. Personality testing may also help students narrow down which colleges majors are best suited for their needs. Students can also seek internships and volunteer opportunities in specific fields while they are still in high school, showing colleges a clear demonstrated interest in their long-term goals.

Students whose personalities are more compatible with their college major have better grades and an overall higher GPA. They are much more likely to continue with their major through graduation, which will ensure that they graduate on time. Taking college classes in a field they are interested in will indubitably provide them with greater levels of satisfaction, build self-esteem, and ultimately provide a higher earning potential.