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    Senior Member MerkW's Avatar
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    My scores:

    EQ = 6

    SQ = 116

    "EXTREME systematizing"
    "The mathematician's patterns, like the painter's or the poet's must be beautiful; the ideas like the colours or the words, must fit together in a harmonious way. Beauty is the first test: there is no permanent place in the world for ugly mathematics..." - G.H. Hardy

    "Another roof, another proof." - Paul Erdős

    INTJ (I = 100, N = 100, T = 88, J = 43)
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    RL(x)EI (RlxE|I|)- Inquisitive Dominant
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    ILI-Ni/INTp

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    That is extreme. Have you been diagnosed on the autism spectrum? I'm not a big fan of labels, to be honest, but I think those scores would put you in the spectrum. For me--it just means you got those scores. I know someone who scored in the opposite extreme (10 SQ and 60+ EQ). Despite her apparent extreme lack of systemizing capablities, she manages to organize her home/family/work/etc. perfectly well. Definitely not hopelessly disorganized. I like the quote I saw on someone's signature, "Every individual is an exception to the rule." Carl Jung. That pretty much sums up my beliefs. But I love trying to "define" my personality (and other people's), even do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KatrinaB View Post
    That is extreme. Have you been diagnosed on the autism spectrum? I'm not a big fan of labels, to be honest, but I think those scores would put you in the spectrum.
    I have not been diagnosed with any spectrum disorder, yet I suspect that I might have Asperger Syndrome.
    "The mathematician's patterns, like the painter's or the poet's must be beautiful; the ideas like the colours or the words, must fit together in a harmonious way. Beauty is the first test: there is no permanent place in the world for ugly mathematics..." - G.H. Hardy

    "Another roof, another proof." - Paul Erdős

    INTJ (I = 100, N = 100, T = 88, J = 43)
    Solitary/Idiosyncratic, 5w6 sp/sx
    RL(x)EI (RlxE|I|)- Inquisitive Dominant
    Reserved Idealist
    ILI-Ni/INTp

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    EQ = 65 Extreme Empathizing
    SQ = 92 Extreme Systemizing

    Err. Eh.

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    .................Males Females
    Average EQ: 39.0 .. 48.0
    Average SQ: 61.2 .. 51.7

    Your EQ Score: 65
    Your SQ Score: 40

    Your Score 65 Take the SQ test Extreme Empathizing

    So, my EQ result is high when compared to other females and my EQ is low when compared to other females.

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    Heh.

    Average Female EQ 48
    (Average Male EQ 39)
    Mine 23

    And I've gotten better at this EQ stuff in recent years by making myself pay attention and practise. *sigh*

    Average Female SQ 52
    (Average Male SQ 61)
    Mine 65

    The systemizer questions were a bit odd. There was an emphasis on things, rather than ideas/concepts. And maps. I am somewhat useless at maps/navigation.

    Systemizing
    Systemizing is the drive to analyze the variables and understand the rules governing a system. The ability to systemize allows you to predict and control the behavior of a system. Further, systemizing refers to the drive to construct systems.
    The first two sentences I do quite easily. The third, meh. I hate implementing plans.

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