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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    That's above-average.
    It said average. It is better than I expected. I'm thinking I did extremely well on the face reading and situation handling so it brought the overall score up.

    Still, I don't see why not being effusive or handling your issues on your own mean you're not well-equipped emotionally.

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    I scored 104.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    116.
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    121/93 for me..
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    Damn. This blows.

    Snapshot Report
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    Subscale IQ score = 109
    Subscale percentile = 73


    According to your self-report answers, your emotional intelligence is slightly below average. People who score like you do feel that their ability to understand and deal with their own emotions and those of others is just barely acceptable. Emotionally intelligent people have an easy time overcoming difficulties in their lives and they are generally able to control their moods. Its easy for them to motivate themselves to overcome obstacles and reach their goals. In addition, they find social interactions to be quite easy and fulfilling, for several reasons. They are comfortable allowing themselves to get close with others, and feel comfortable being vulnerable enough to establish intimacy. They also report having an easy time offering support to others; likely due to an empathetic nature and a solid ability to offer advice. Perhaps by working on your problem areas, you can become more confident in dealing with your own emotions and those of others.

    Okay, so if I take my IQ, average it out with my EQ, can I use that score and make people think I'm normal? That'd be cool beans.

    Ohhhh, so EQ shows restraint - well pfft, that explains the below-average mark then.

    I'm proud of myself, though - when I took a similar test in college, I scored as an EQ of 70 or some retarded figure like that. So I'm getting better!

    (Anyone still think I'm ENFJ - huh, huh??? I don't think so! Fe-dom must have a high EQ result).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    No. I got to the 20th question or so. They are too situational and I can already see the pattern in which the points are given and highly disagree with the way they distribute points.
    +1.
    You could see exactly what they were looking for and it was like I was walking into a very familiar trap. No thank you. The situations described are not applicable to a lot of people.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Well, i don't agree with most of the questions.

    For example:

    I feel like I worry about things that other people don't even think about.

    Ofcourse I do, I'm an INTP and KNOW my mind is thinking things no one else would, but that in itself doesn't worry me. Does the test take that into account when I strike Most of the Time?


    Or for example:

    I feel uneasy in situations where I am expected to display affection.

    I assume I only have to display affection to close friends? In which case I won't feel uneasy. But if you expect me to display affection to a stranger, then yes, very uneasy. But to me, I should not be expected to display affection then.

    in other words, I think INTP's have an entirely different view on EQ and can not be tested in this manner.

    That being said, I got a really low score. It was due to stupid statements like:

    I will do whatever I can to keep myself from crying.


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    I think it's totally BS. (Okay, that wasn't very EQ of me, now, was it? *sigh*)

    Okay, listen, this is totally sensor biased - I determine how people are by the way they FEEL and what I SENSE not how they LOOK...So it's totally crap to ask an Se-tard to analyse how people feel based on a picture.
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    Snapshot Report

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    Subscale IQ score = 153
    Subscale percentile = 99

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    Eh.

    A lot of the questions required further analysis for coherence than what was immediately available; otherwise, the test seemed geared towards self-evaluation than 'objective' scoring.

    Of particular support to this criticism were the 'what does this person feel' statements when the user was asked to compare perceived sentiment against a picture. In this case, culture - not universalism - determines appropriate emotional response.

    Interesting test, nonetheless.

    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Well my IQ is very high, so it balances out with the lower EQ .
    Haha - I thought you said you had a high IQ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
    What I really dislike about the concept of EQ is that it's too broad. A person can be extremely aware of their own emotions, have understand about how they feel the way they do, have understanding of how other people feel but because they are depressive and aren't motivated individuals. Suddenly all of the above is thrown out of the window and these people are labelled as low EQ people.
    Well that explains it.
    My results:
    Subscale IQ score = 61
    Subscale percentile = 1

    Wow. A major downer.

    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Queendom is inconsistent with the scores, and appears to pull your EQ from out of a hat.
    Thanks for pointing that out, I was beginning to wonder if I'm really that emotionally retarded.

    Man, the tests online really go from high in the sky to mole kingdom. Some of them are too positive and make you seem like you're the biggest thing since sliced bread. And then there are those that just make you feel like a
    Where's equilibrium when one needs some?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Wow. A major downer.
    Nah.

    The test provides insight into self-perception, itself a score only lightly connected to 'legitimate' emotional identity.

    External reinforcement is a better metric to gauge our emotional strength - how well we 'fit in' without compromising what's important to us, alongside how well we balance this natural continuum while enabling others to be the very best that they can be (still yet without sacrificing the emotional rights of others...).

    Exponential balancing of this equation is is unrelated to anything offered on the, ahem...Queendom...test.

    In short, no worries.

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