What type of intelligence do you have? A quickie quiz!

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This just in….I’m able to use language in many different ways, such as to entertain, to persuade and to inform, and I have strong grammar skills. 

Whew! What a relief! Take this quick quiz to find out about the ways you are intelligent! Would love to hear your results!

http://psychology.about.com/library/quiz/bl-mi-quiz.htm

 

 

 

23 responses to this post.

  1. Hey have you heard about DMIT? You think that works?

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  2. Posted by susanmsj on February 1, 2015 at 7:01 pm

    This is what I got. Intrapersonal Intelligence

    Intrapersonal intelligence is centered on being aware of one’s own thoughts, feelings and motivations. People who are strong in this type of intelligence are very good at self-reflection and personal insight. They tend to know themselves very well and enjoy activites that lead to further self-awareness.

    Common characteristics of intrapersonal intelligence:

    Solid understanding of one’s own temperament and personality
    Enjoys day-dreaming and introspection
    Strong sense of self-identity and purpose
    Good at evaluation theories and concepts

    I agree some-what, but I don’t think I am that self-aware.

    This was fun, though.

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  3. I got linguistic-verbal. I think it is somewhat true of me because I love to read and I am a teacher. However, like some people mentioned sometimes none of the answers applied and others I wanted to choose multiple answers. Thanks for sharing the quiz!

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  4. Posted by Valri Western on February 1, 2015 at 12:17 am

    Linguistic-Verbal Intelligence!

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  5. Posted by Mary Goodwin on January 31, 2015 at 8:36 pm

    I got linguist-verbal too. I think it’s because I put down reading so much. They didn’t even have my choice for TV programs like crime drama. Had to put down what I might watch if nothing else available. Love your books. Just finished Hazard Homecoming. Great book.

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  6. Posted by Sarah on January 31, 2015 at 8:21 pm

    I’m a Linguistic-verbal intelligence

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  7. Intrapersonal Intelligence

    Intrapersonal intelligence is centered on being aware of one’s own thoughts, feelings and motivations. People who are strong in this type of intelligence are very good at self-reflection and personal insight. They tend to know themselves very well and enjoy activites that lead to further self-awareness.

    Common characteristics of intrapersonal intelligence:

    Solid understanding of one’s own temperament and personality
    Enjoys day-dreaming and introspection
    Strong sense of self-identity and purpose
    Good at evaluation theories and concepts

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  8. Posted by Samantha B on January 31, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    This really actually sounds like me 🙂 :

    Your Results: Linguistic-Verbal Intelligence

    Linguistic-verbal intelligence is centered on spoken and written language abilities. People with strong linguistic-verbal intelligence enjoy both reading and writing. They tend to learn best when they read or hear information and often enjoy debating or giving persuasive speeches.

    Common characteristics of linguistic-verbal intelligence:

    Good at explaining things to others
    Able to use humor when telling stories
    Strong abilitiy to listen and remember spoken information
    Understands both the literal and figurative meaning of words
    Able to use language in many different ways, such as to entertain, to persuad and to inform
    Strong grammar skills

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  9. Posted by Jeannie on January 31, 2015 at 5:59 pm

    I got linguistic- verbal. I agree with it in some ways, I’m not in the teaching profession but I do teaching as part of my job and I love to read. I know it was a short quiz and they are limited, but I had a couple of problems with the quiz, I wanted to close more than one answer for some questions and then on others, my preferred answer wasn’t an option. It was interesting to see what they thought my area of intelligence was. I was hoping for answers that had to do with the human body and diseases! I’m kinda weird. Lol.

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  10. Posted by Pat on January 31, 2015 at 5:02 pm

    linguistic-verbal intelligence.   From: Fiction 4 Writers and Readers To: pattysdream@yahoo.com Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2015 9:39 AM Subject: [New post] What type of intelligence do you have? A quickie quiz! #yiv9004779247 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv9004779247 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv9004779247 a.yiv9004779247primaryactionlink:link, #yiv9004779247 a.yiv9004779247primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv9004779247 a.yiv9004779247primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv9004779247 a.yiv9004779247primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv9004779247 WordPress.com | dana mentink posted: “This just in….I’m able to use language in many different ways, such as to entertain, to persuade and to inform, and I have strong grammar skills. Whew! What a relief! Take this quick quiz to find out about the ways you are intelligent! Would lov” | |

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  11. Posted by Summer H. on January 31, 2015 at 4:59 pm

    Linguistic-Verbal Intelligence

    Linguistic-verbal intelligence is centered on spoken and written language abilities. People with strong linguistic-verbal intelligence enjoy both reading and writing. They tend to learn best when they read or hear information and often enjoy debating or giving persuasive speeches.

    Common characteristics of linguistic-verbal intelligence:

    Good at explaining things to others
    Able to use humor when telling stories
    Strong abilitiy to listen and remember spoken information
    Understands both the literal and figurative meaning of words
    Able to use language in many different ways, such as to entertain, to persuad and
    to inform
    Strong grammar skills

    I’m not sure about that. Sometimes explaining things is hard for me, like it’s in my brain but getting out of my mouth is a whole other matter! 🙂 But I do love to read and learn best when reading about the subject.

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