Multiple Intelligences Test - based on Howard Gardner's MI Model
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Multiple Intelligences Test -
based on Howard Gardner's MI Model
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Before Taking this Test you MUST MAKE YOUR OWN COPY! On menu, go to "File", then "Make a copy..."
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Score the statements based on scale below:
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Mostly Disagree1
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Slightly Disagree2
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Slightly Agree3
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Mostly Agree4
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Adults over 16 Y.O.A. complete all questions (both Blue & Red).
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Young people between 8-16 answer red questions only.
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StatementScore
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I like to learn more about myself
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I can play a musical instrument
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I find it easiest to solve problems when I am doing something physical
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I often have a song or piece of music in my head
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I find budgeting and managing my money easy
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I find it easy to make up stories
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I have always been very co-ordinated
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When talking to someone, I tend to listen to the words they use not just what they mean
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I enjoy cross words, word searches or other word puzzles
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I don’t like ambiguity, I like things to be clear
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I enjoy logic puzzles such as 'sudoku'
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I like to meditate
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Music is very important to me
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I am a convincing liar
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I play a sport or dance
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I am very interested in psychometrics (personality testing) and IQ tests
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People behaving irrationally annoy me
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I find that the music that appeals to me is often based on how I feel emotionally
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I am a very social person and like being with other people
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I like to be systematic and thorough
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I find graphs and charts easy to understand
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I can throw things well - darts, skimming pebbles, frisbees, etc
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I find it easy to remember quotes or phrases
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I can always recognise places that I have been before, even when I was very young
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I enjoy a wide variety of musical styles
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When I am concentrating I tend to doodle
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I could manipulate people if I choose to
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I can predict my feelings and behaviours in certain situations fairly accurately
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I find mental arithmetic easy
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I can identify most sounds without seeing what causes them
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At school one of may favourite subjects is / was English
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I like to think through a problem carefully, considering all the consequences
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I enjoy debates and discussions
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I love adrenaline sports and scary rides
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I enjoy individual sports best
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I care about how those around me feel
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My house is full of pictures and photographs
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I enjoy and am good at making things - I'm good with my hands
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I like having music on in the background
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I find it easy to remember telephone numbers
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I set myself goals and plans for the future
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I am a very tactile person
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I can tell easily whether someone likes me or dislikes me
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I can easily imagine how an object would look from another perspective
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I never use instructions for flat-pack furniture
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I find it easy to talk to new people
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To learn something new, I need to just get on and try it
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I often see clear images when I close my eyes
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I don’t use my fingers when I count
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I often talk to myself – out loud or in my head
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At school I loved / love music lessons
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When I am abroad, I find it easy to pick up the basics of another language
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I find ball games easy and enjoyable
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My favourite subject at school is / was maths
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I always know how I am feeling
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I am realistic about my strengths and weaknesses
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I keep a diary
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I am very aware of other people’s body language
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My favourite subject at school was / is art
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I find pleasure in reading
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I can read a map easily
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It upsets me to see someone cry and not be able to help
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I am good at solving disputes between others
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I have always dreamed of being a musician or singer
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I prefer team sports
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Singing makes me feel happy
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I never get lost when I am on my own in a new place
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If I am learning how to do something, I like to see drawings and diagrams of how it works
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I am happy spending time alone
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My friends always come to me for emotional support and advice
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© V Chislett MSc and A Chapman 2005, based on Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Model. From www.businessballs.com. Not to be sold or published. The authors accept no liability.
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