Yoink! Thanks, psiphiorg.
Your brain: 40% interpersonal, 60% visual, 60% verbal, and 240% mathematical!
Congratulations on being 400% smart! Actually, on my test, everyone is. The above score breaks down what kind of thinking you most enjoy
doing. A score above 100% means you use that kind of thinking more than
average, and a score below 100% means you use it less. It says nothing
about how good you are at any one, just how interested you are in each, relatively. A substantial difference in scores between two people means, conclusively, that they are different kinds of thinkers.
Matching Summary: [Deleted the author's relational focuses (focii?) and biases, presented in the forms of "obvious advice".]
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
|You scored higher than 17% on interpersonal|
|You scored higher than 15% on visual|
|You scored higher than 33% on verbal|
|You scored higher than 96% on mathematical|
I'm not sure that it accurately pegged my mathematical compared to my verbal. I think I was skewed by the order of questions, and my mood, because there were a lot that were borderline between the answer that would have been verbal score, and the math one. Mostly, I disbelieve that I think more mathematically than psiphiorg, because I know he has math-think that even I get lost by.
Many years back, I was sent a personality/categorization test that truly impressed me. It asked a bunch of very strange things, which didn't seem like personality questions, but were intended to figure out which part(s) of the brain you use. Based on that, it was able to get a reasonably close approximation of my personality, plus an accurate description of how I think. Unfortunately, I didn't keep a copy, so now it's lost to me, to compare or even remind. vae, auriscera.