PSY 201-Testing Intelligence

PSY 201-Testing Intelligence - Did you feel the results...

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Did you feel the results were accurate? After completing the I.Q. test, I do believe the test results were accurate. I have long known that General Knowledge is one of my strengths. I have always been able to retain information easily, and access it when necessary. The highest percentile that I received was in the verbal intelligence area. This was also not surprising. I began to read at the age of two, and truly feel that reading is an addiction for me. I cannot go long periods of time without reading. I also understand that reading has opened up the art of language for me, and I feel very comfortable with the written word. One of my lowest intelligence scores was in spatial intelligence. I also knew that this is one of my weaknesses. I have a hard time envisioning how to use space. I am not sure why this is as I am great with other aspects of spatial reasoning, such as directions. I also can play games that require spatial reasoning such as Tetris on a rather high level. I just have never felt comfortable in this area.
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course PSY 201 201 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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