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    88% numbers. (that took me FOREVAR )
    93% patterns. I want to know what I got wrong now! I wish there were a better way to find out than having to go back and change one answer, one question at a time.

    Why does the patterns test want to know how talkative we are?

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    Because the guy who made it probably wondered if introverts would recognize patterns better, since they're more into observing, and extraverts are more into interacting, introverts should in fact score higher. Because they're more adapted at this kind of stuff.

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    Patterns: 96%
    Numbers: 46%

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    I feel like an idiot just looking at those.

    Maybe later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I feel like an idiot just looking at those.

    Maybe later.
    This, except the "maybe later" part, I'm not going to do them at all because they look exceptionally dull. I guess these are just skills I'll have to do without.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post
    This, except the "maybe later" part, I'm not going to do them at all because they look exceptionally dull. I guess these are just skills I'll have to do without.
    I just think it's interesting that mathematical intelligence is considered *the* measure of intelligence.

    No other kinds of smarts matter, dontcha know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I just think it's interesting that mathematical intelligence is considered *the* measure of intelligence.

    No other kinds of smarts matter, dontcha know.
    Most "smarts" are related anyway, at least according to g-coefficient stuff. But well AFAIK the only unbiased test is Raven's progressive matrices.
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    Why is that test unbiased? I just took a look at it and it seems like other visual pattern recognition tests on the internet, if somewhat easier.

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    most of the tests are similar.

    if you did one it's like you did'em all.

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    Visual pattern 96% (it claims in result later I like Indie Rock although I said I don't, hah)
    Numbers 88%

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