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About Psychovocational Assessment

Psychovocational assessments (PVA) combine psychological and vocational testing to identify learning styles, academic skills, intellectual abilities, and job interests. It’s helpful with career changes and exploring careers.

Psychovocational Assessment

Psychovocational Assessment

What is a psychovocational assessment?

A psychovocational assessment (PVA) combines psychological and vocational testing and consists of identifying learning styles, academic skills, intellectual abilities, and job interests.

Who benefits from a psychovocational assessment?

  • Someone exploring potential careers
  • Someone unable to return to a previous job
  • Someone looking to change careers

What's involved in a psychovocational assessment?

After an initial consultation with a psychologist, testing will be scheduled over two days, up to 8 hours in total. A results visit will be scheduled approximately two weeks after testing is completed to review results and receive a comprehensive report.

Psychovocational Assessment
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