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Investigative?

Investigative

The Investigative person will usually find a particular area of science to be of interest. They are inclined toward intellectual and analytical activities and enjoy observation and theory. They may prefer thought to action, and enjoy the challenge of solving problems with clever technology. They will often follow the latest developments in their chosen field, and prefer mentally stimulating environments.

School Subjects (LC)
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School Subjects (LC)

Not sure which subjects to choose? The following videos may help to answer some of your questions.

Information on all Leaving Cert subjects can be found here.

 

35 Videos available
Ciaran MacSamhrain
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Conor O'Clery
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Dave McInerney
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Donal Kennedy
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Edel Carleton
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Fergal Donnelly
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Fiona Uyema
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Hugh Cooney
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Ian McKinley
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IWish
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Kate Walsh
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Laura Glendon
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Leaving Cert Applied LCA
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Leaving Cert Chemistry
Source:CareersPortal




Magda Rogers
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Megan McEvoy
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SFI Smart Futures Episode 1
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Shane Sargeant
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Sharon Carty
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Sinead Ni Ghairbhith
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Studying Chemistry
Source:CareersPortal




Studying German
Source:Goethe Institut




Studying Japanese
Source:Post-Primary Languages Initiative




Studying Languages
Source:Post-Primary Languages Initiative




Studying Physics
Source:CareersPortal




Studying Russian
Source:Post-Primary Languages Initiative




Studying Science
Source:Smart Futures




Studying Spanish
Source:Post-Primary Languages Initiative




Studying STEM
Source:CareersPortal




Subject Choices
Source:YouTube / Spoken ord




What Most School Don't Teach [IT]
Source:YouTube




Working in Engineering
Source:Smart Futures




Working in STEM
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Working in Technology
Source:Smart Futures




Working with Maths
Source:Smart Futures