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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    You answered positively to the questions that asked whether you enjoyed doing logic puzzles, and whether you enjoyed "what if" experiments, and whether science and math were your best subjects in highschool. There's more, but I think you get the idea.
    The things they associate with math skill (especially the "what if" games), are rather silly. What on Earth do interest in logic and imaginativeness have to do with math?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    The things they associate with math skill (especially the "what if" games), are rather silly. What on Earth do interest in logic and imaginativeness have to do with math?
    Dunno, but the test seemed to be grouping mathematic/scientific interest into all one category. Just like they grouped linguistic stuff in with being able to remember dates (!?). I think they need to work on the categories a bit.

    On the other hand, I think the tendency is to think that people who are most interested in logic probably are also interested in math.
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    I remember taking a simlar test with verbal/linguistic on top and mathematical/logistic in second with bodily kinesthetic third. I think that was a more accurate representation of my abilities. Geometry and Vocabulary and sentence/logistic composition were always the most fascinating things to me.
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    Actually, I'm really good at math and coach math teachers. But if it's a choice between math and reading/writing/history math loses by a long shot. Other than that, pretty accurate...
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