Multiple Intelligence Test



Multiple intelligence test is a method of measuring different types of intelligence that people have according to a theory developed by Howard Gardner. The theory suggests that there are at least eight or nine kinds of intelligence, such as linguistic, logical, visual spatial, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. The test can be based on brain research, fingerprints, or personal choices. The test can help people discover their inborn abilities, learning styles, and preferences2345. The test is not a definitive assessment of intelligence and should be used for educational purposes only.



Published by
Go back to Blog Home