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    differentiating the individuals’ abilities, the intelligence test is introduced to investigate the individual differences across different countries, age groups and gender. However, the definition and measurement of intelligence are varied from time to time, and it raises the interest of psychologists to discuss the phenomenon. This essay will first describe the formation of the concept of intelligence. It will then depict the evolution of the intelligence test and its relation to the change of social environment. Finally, the intelligence test will be used as an example to explain the nature of psychology. Several scientists attempted to coin the term "intelligence", but they have not yet reached a consensus on its precise…

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    The first Intelligence quotient test I took was the classical intelligence test on the high IQ society website. I had preconceived thoughts about the kinds of questions that were going to be on the test. Prior to starting the quiz, I thought they were going to be like SAT and ACT questions, but most of them seemed like confusing riddles that were hard to crack. I was also surprised that there was a ten minute time limit, but after taking the test I realized it makes sense because I am sure you…

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    Why are intelligence tests important in our society? The purpose of these tests are to see how well individuals can process, rearrange or utilize information. Psychologist ties these concepts to our school achievement and our occupational status. How is intelligence defined? Intelligence is defined as a general mental capability that involves the ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend complex ideas, learn quickly and learn from experience. If you are…

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    My Self-Assessment The purpose of taking the DiSC personality test and the Emotional Intelligence test was to understand how I currently interact and work with colleagues, how colleagues and others communicate with me, and how I could improve my interactions. The DiSC test is based on the DISC (Dominance, Inducement, Submission, and Compliance) Theory is a four attribute behavioral model to examine the behavior of individuals within a specific environment. (Jang, 2008) According to Phycology…

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    Do Standardized Tests Measure Intelligence? On average each year, every school in the United States takes over 600 standardized tests. Students in grades three through twelve are taking up to 20 standardized tests each year. Many high school students take over 20 tests a year due to the SAT’s and ACT’s in addition to state mandated tests. However, 42 states have banned standardized tests for students in grades kindergarten through second grade because educators believe that children under the…

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    LEARNING ACTIVITY #1 Emotional Intelligence Test How Did You Score? The result indicated that I have a “high score on emotional intelligence.” What Does Your Score Mean? “People who score high on emotional intelligence tend to be skilled at interpreting, understanding, and acting upon emotions. They are adept at dealing with social or emotional conflicts, expressing their feelings, and dealing with emotional situations. The results of my emotional intelligence tests said that I am good…

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    process, I am highly recommend to go through multiple intelligence online test to find out a little bit more about you as a learner. I will provide you a link by email. First of all, or first step, would be creating a test assignment sheet with the entire tests you will have during the semester, including importance of the each test and possible weight in percentage. That…

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    I used the website www.Iqexam.org for the intelligence test. This website says the IQ test they designed was developed by Virginia tech university experts. Moreover, this IQ test is based on 25 questions and I had 60 seconds to answer each question with a maximum total score of 100 and they only give you the score when you give them your personal information at the end of the test. Furthermore, I believe the test was missing a lot of visual content. I have seen other IQ tests with a lot more…

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    as a society have generalized the idea that young adults who score high on the IQ test tend to go on and do better in life. They succeed in a variety of aspects in their life such as: academic achievement, financial success, and even better health. However, the debatable question remains the same; are these people with higher IQs more successful for the reason that they are more intelligent? Before even taking the IQ test I already had an idea of what I believe in. I believe the test doesn’t…

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    What do intelligence tests really measure? Define intelligence tests – According to intelligence can be defined as Intelligence tests can be defined as formats meant to measure intelligence. This can be in form of exercises that test verbal knowledge, ability and performance. The scores achieved in the intelligence tests may be considered as an IQ (intelligence quotient) which the division of the mental age by the number of years the individual has lived. What do they measure According to…

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