The Practicality of VIT (Vocational Interest Test) Model Based on Expert System

Vitriani , Fitra Kasma Putra , Rahmad Al Rian , Renita Astri , Ahmad Kamal , Gunawan Ali , Robby Satria

The application of valid student admission tools (one of the best recruiting tools) will provide good students. The result of excellent and qualified student results can be seen in the admission process through appropriate methods and tools. The renewal of the developed product can calibrate vocational interest instruments developed from Holland's theory with information technology and knowledge-based systems. The type of research used is Research and Development (R&D) using the Four-D (4D) model. This research product is under the Vocational Education Spectrum which consists of 9 Expertise Areas, 48 Expertise Programs and 142 Expertise Competencies linked with 21st Century Competencies, consisting of (a) Vocational Interest Test model book, (b) Vocational Interest Test Software Products, (c) Application Use Handbook, (d) Vocational Interest Test Socialization Handbook. This study discusses the practicality of the VIT Model (Vocational Interest Test) intending to provide an appropriate picture for prospective students in choosing the right vocational interests according to their interests, personalities, and academic abilities.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 2802-2808

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201242