Tuesday, July 11, 2006

What kind of 'Smart' are you?
take the quiz

the Slack is Apparently "Street Smart"

You're street smart.
This type of intelligence is very closely tied to being 'socially smart'
- your intelligence comes from a high amount of applied education
- you've learned, and continue to learn, from your environment.
You know the ins and outs of real-life situations,
and could probably talk your way out of a fight better than
any of those theoreticians could.

40% applied intelligence
60% learned intelligence


MC said...

"Intellectually" Intelligent

You're 'Intellectually Intelligent.' That pretty much means that you're good with theoretical ideas and concepts - but this comes to you naturally. More or less, you're a natural brainiac. Good for you.

40% theoretical intelligence
40% natural intelligence

D. Prince said...

"All-Around Smart"

You are all-around smart. Essentially, that means that you are a good combination of your own knowledge and experience, along with having learned through instruction - and you are equally as good with theoretical things as you are with real-world, applied things. You have a well-rounded brain.

Anonymous said...

All-Around Smart

EJL said...

I am all around smart...which means I could take on the pencil packers and the street hookers!

I don't know if that is a good thing.

Annie said...

Socially Smart. I thought I was going to be street smart, hmmm. Either way, I guess I won't be applying to Harvard anytime soon.

Jim said...

Street Smart, G.

Dale said...

I'm exactly like d. prince and kim (all around smart), only completely different.

Anonymous said...

Another all around smart person.

Lynda said...

Socially Smart

As a socially smart person, you are best with others in real-life situations. This type of intelligence is closely linked to being 'street smart.' Theories and such are not much concern: the things that matter tend to be those which you can see, feel, touch - what you can really experience. This knowledge comes to you both out of a natural knowledge, as well as learning from the situations you find yourself in.

60% applied intelligence
10% learned intelligence