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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post
    Visual 17
    Social 7
    Physical 3
    Aural 6
    Verbal 4
    Solitary 16
    Logical 17

    I am not very well-rounded.
    These are measurements of preferences (as you see them in yourself). You don't get brownie points for being "well-rounded" or even total number of points. I think the main idea is to help you figure out how to train yourself (At least that is the approach in most learning styles material I have read. Memletics may be different).

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    Visual 7
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    Physical 3
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    Physical 13

    Aural 15

    Verbal 18

    Solitary 14

    Logical 7
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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    These are measurements of preferences (as you see them in yourself). You don't get brownie points for being "well-rounded" or even total number of points. I think the main idea is to help you figure out how to train yourself (At least that is the approach in most learning styles material I have read. Memletics may be different).
    Hehe, yeah, I know the seven intelligences theory quite well. But I kind of feel it is a problem I am not well-rounded, which is why I comment on it. I know my mathematical, visual and intrapersonal intelligence is strong, but it kind of annoys me my others are so weak. It’s like I cannot do the other four intelligences. :P

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    Physical 6

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    Logical 13


    Considering my weakest style is Physical I believe that I will be "well rounded" both mentally and physically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Considering my weakest style is Physical I believe that I will be "well rounded" both mentally and physically.
    I get the feeling most ENTPs and ENFPs are ... INTJs maybe not so much. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post
    I get the feeling most ENTPs and ENFPs are ... INTJs maybe not so much. :P
    Do you mean ENPs are well-rounded in terms of learning styles or "well-rounded" physically?

    All the ENTPs I've know have been thin (save one).

    Notwithstanding somatypes, I don't think there is going to be much of a connection betweeen MBTI type and how thin they are.

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    I think he means learning styles. As a type INTJ's tend to be incredibly focused. I don't think it to be much of a surprise that an INTJ would focus toward a few styles of learning, while an ENTP would be open to a variety of learning styles without heavily focusing on one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Do you mean ENPs are well-rounded in terms of learning styles or "well-rounded" physically?
    I meant in terms of learning styles. Seems like I didn't quite get something there, but I do now at least. Anyway, I am Norwegian, so I can just blame it on the English. :P Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post
    I meant in terms of learning styles. Seems like I didn't quite get something there, but I do now at least. Anyway, I am Norwegian, so I can just blame it on the English. :P Sorry.
    I was just making sure. Some people (like me) have some strange ideas.

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