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Quiz: Is Teaching the Right Career for You?

 

Quiz: Is Teaching the Right Career for You?Is teaching the right career for you?

A flood of wannabe teachers are rushing to the Ed-arena now that the business world is in the gutter. Do you/they have what it takes? Take the TeachHUB quiz and find out.

 

If you answer yes to these questions, teaching may be the career for you:

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  1. Do you love children (and/or brooding teenagers)?
  2. Do you have infinite patience?
  3. Are you passionate about learning?
  4. Is work more about personal satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment than a paycheck?
  5. Can you handle dealing with bodily functions on a daily basis?
  6. Do you have school spirit?
  7. Do you like the hearing your last name being yelled at you all day?
  8. Can you write legibly on a chalkboard/whiteboard?
  9. Do you have excellent time management skills and the ability to be flexible?
  10. Will it annoy you if everyone assumes that you leave work at 3:00 and bask in the sun all summer? (First realization of teaching: this is not true!)

 

Do you make the cut?

 

What quiz questions do you have for would-be teachers? Share in the comments section!