Todd always did well in Mathematics in high school, but found that concentrating his area of study around math was leaving him bored and exhausted. His parents were concerned that he would leave school rather than continue in this line. They arranged for Todd to take the JVIS.
Todd's high scores on Social Science, Human Relations Management, and Professional Advising showed an interest in a more people-oriented field than was reflected in his course load. His high score on Interpersonal Confidence showed the need for him to work with people rather than numbers.
Todd switched his major to the area of psychology. This made use of both his interest in the Social Sciences and his mathematical ability for the statistics part of the program. His parents were pleased to see his motivation and drive increase.