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    • THE K Y TO YOUR SUCC SSDERMATOGLYPHICS BASED ANALYSIS REPORT OFMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCEINTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE :Brought to you by :
    • MI ANALYSIS BYMI ANALYSIS FORCLIENT NAME :FATHER’S NAME :MOTHER’S NAME :DATE OF BIRTH :ADDRESS :MOBILE : LANDLINE :EMAIL :REPORT # :NAME :COMPANY :PHONE :EMAIL :CODE :Copy Rights and Disclaimers :Information provided here in is confidential, privileged and protected by work product immunity and other legal rules. The contents of the publication reflects theMI analysis evaluated and arrived upon by way of dermatoglyphical multiple intelligence testing. Opinions expressed should not interpreted as medical orastrological advice. The particulars of any person’s concerns and circumstances should be discussed with a qualified psychologist prior to making any decisionwhich may affect the health and welfare of the individual.It is based on scientific studies, clinical experience or traditional usage. The results reported may not necessarily occur in all individuals for conditions such asimpact of circumstances or medical conditions of the subject.No employee or agent is authorized to conclude any binding agreement on behalf of the company with another party without express written confirmationby the company.Our company accepts no liability for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided unless that information issubsequently confirmed in writing. Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the counselor and do not necessarily represent thoseof the institution.joney aroramr. raj kumar aroramrs. arora4/8/1982ldh9888024313joney.arora@yahoo.com
    • Dermatoglyphics is a science that reveals the congenital links between our fingersand our intrinsic qualities and talents. With this test of your known talents andintelligences, you can best translate this knowledge into education, personal andcareer success. By knowing these potentials at the right time, you can makerelevant efforts to enhance and train your weaknesses so that learning is mostpleasurable and effective.WHAT IS DERMATOGLYPHICS Scientific Study of fingerprints and skin grains is called Dermatoglyphics. Its reveals the congenital links between our fingers and our intrinsicqualities and talents. Many scientists and medical doctorate found that the born number ofbrain cells (learning potential) can be checked from the skin grains of one’sFingerprints after long observatory, recordings, comparison and inductions. The structural function of Cerebral Cortex can be analyzed from the skingrains.BRIEF HISTORY OF DERMATOGLYPHICS The Father of Dermatoglyphics Harold Cummins, MD established theTheory of Dermatoglyphics in 1926 after he researched on the existingresearch by other scientists and him. Excellent grain identification toolswere developed and used in research of different races, identification,genes and so on. In 1936, Harold Cummins, MD, presented his research of the special graincharacter of Down patients in medical journal. In 1969, John Muivihill, MD and David W. Smith, MD published theresearch on different stages about the formation of grain for the babies.The skin grains were formed from the formation of embryo to week 13 andwould finish developing after week 21. The skin grains remain the sameever since then and unique for every individual.FINALLY, THE CO-RELATION BETWEEN THE NERVE GROWTH FACTOR (THE NGF) AND THEEPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR (THE EGF) WAS AWARDED A NOBEL PRIZE IN 1986 ON THERESEARCH CONDUCTED BY DR. RITA LEVI MONTALCINI AND DR. STANLEY COHENABOUT DERMATOGLYPHICS
    • MY INTELLIGENCESLOGICALLINGUISTICNATURALISTINTRA PERSONALVISUALKINESTHETICMUSICALINTERPERSONALLEFT BRAIN RIGHT BRAINMY BRAIN DISTRIBUTIONMY PERSONALITY MY LEARNING STYLEMY QUOTIENTSTHIS IS ME10.54%11.17%12.42%17.45%10.85%12.11%11.79%13.68%51.57% 48.43%31.22%33.94%34.84%VISUALAUDITORYKINESTHETICDOVE21.70% 31.12% 24.53% 22.64%
    • Based on psychologist dr. William Marston’s theory that there are four basic personality types:D for dominant ,I for influential , S for steady and C for compliant ( DISC for short).Dr. Gary couture expressed these personalities using bird names (eagle, peacock , dove and owl)with Characteristics as below :Eagles are dominant stimulated by challenge decisive and direct.Eagles can be blunt/stubborn, can lose sight of the big-picture andCan be insensitive to other people’s needs. Eagles are naturalachievers.The peacock loves to talk; being the centre of attention has passion/enthusiasm and is happy/optimistic. Peacocks can be accused oftalking too much, and aren’t good with detail or time-control.The owl is logical, mathematically minded, methodical and at time seen asa perfectionist. The owl can be slow to make decisions and inflexible ifrules and logic says otherwise.Owls are not big risk takers but love detailsThe doves are people-oriented , loyal , friendly, hard working and aregreat team players but tend to avoid change , confrontation , risk-takingand assertiveness. For them relationshipsare more important than tasks.DOVESTEADYOWLCOMPLIANTPEACOCKINFLUENTIALEAGLEDOMINANTTASKORIENTEDPEOPLEORIENTEDORIENTATIONPERSONALITY TRAITSDOMINANTCOMPLIANTDECISIVERISK TAKINGINFLUENTIALSTEADYCAUTIOUSRISK AVERSEMY PERSONALITY
    • Intra PersonalLogicWritingLanguagePerceptionImaginationDancingMusicMapsReadingLEFT RIGHTLEFT RIGHTThe right brain absorb a new information in chunks and it is the job of the left brain to shift and sort it in an organizedFaison. However, there are no clear definitions of the functions done by parts of the brain. Each part can performOther’s functions but not as efficiently. Most people have a tendency to lean towards using either left or right brain whileThinking or learning . For example, right brain dominated people are often poor spellers as they tend to rely more onTheir intuition rather than actually studying the order in which the letter in a word occur.ACADEMICSAt the time of birth babies are not predisposed to be either left brain or right thinkers. Unfortunately, our Education systemwith emphasis on rote learning and exam syllabus is more turned to encouraging left brain activity, After ti the detrimentof right brain creativity , school examinations are designed to test left brain activities and Encourage conformity inthoughts. There are possibilities that if right brain skills are not exercised, they ey may not Develop sufficiently . When itcomes to academics , left brain dominated children do well at school, as they are more Likely to response to formallearning. They are quite content to study by themselves and have greater concentration. Right brain dominated children areless likely to perform well academically . They prefer to study with company , can’t Sit still for very long and are moreresponsive in informal settingsDIVERGENT & CONVERGENT THINKINGRight brain and left brain dominated people can also be categorized as divergent and convergent thinkers respectively.Convergent thinkers have a systematic approach and play by rules/they analysis everything and reach alogical conclusion. Thus , scientific and mathematical subjects are more up their street. Such people dovery well on straight forward question & answers tests.Divergent thinkers are creative and tend to throw the rules out of the window. They are artistic and alwayslook for ways to express themselves. They do much better in exams those require essay type answers.There is nothing that it is better to be left brain dominated or right brain dominated. One needs both type ofthinking to function well. While a person may have a dominated style of thinking . It would be interesting tosee how the other held works and even to develop the skill that one lacks.BRAIN DOMINANCE51.57% 48.43%
    • Rational thinking,Executive,planning,Coordinating,Controlling,Self achievement,MotivecommunicationLeadership,Interpersonalskills,Goal visualization,Intuition,Self esteem,DeterminationImagination,Idea formation,Visualization,3D recognition,Visual/spatialabilityGross motor skills,Body movement andBody co-ordinationLogical reasoning,Analysis,computation,Process, Numeric,Linguistic, grammar,ConceptualunderstandingFine motor skills,Action identification,Body control,movementLanguageability,UnderstandingofLanguage,Hearing identificationAnd memoryMusic understanding,Sound understanding,Emotions, feeling,Voice modulationsVisual identification,Reading,Interpretation,observationVisualization, Art,Visual appreciation,AestheticsenseRIDGE COUNTTOTAL RIDGE COUNTLEFT RIGHTBRAIN STRENTH DISTRIBUTIONACTTHINKDOHEARSEE199MY INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS103 96W4LW1W1 W4W1W4LLL14.078.549.559.5510.05 8.049.5510.059.5511.0622192019162019191728
    • HIGH MULTI-DISCIPLINARYLEARNING•Suitablefor focus and devotion to learning and studying one or twofields.•Normal average range of ordinary people.Have potential for multidisciplinarylearningand development byReceiving education.Can have various stimulationin the learning environment•Have potential for high degree of multi-disciplinarylearning throughEducation and ability to perform varied tasks.•More suitable for multiple and complicatedjobs.•Focus on certain talents and specialties can lead to highly superiorattributesSequential analysis , systematic , logical interpretation of information interpretation and production ofsymbolic information , language , mathematic ,abstraction and reasoning , memory is stored in a language formatHolistic functioning , processing multi-sensory input , simultaneously provide holistic picture of one’senvironment , visual spatial skills , holistic function such as dancing and gymnastics are coordinately by righthemisphere , memory is stored in auditory , visual and spatial modalities.Quantitative chart shows the representation of cells in cerebel cortex , representing the amount of neurons , the value of TRCDoes not refer to the intelligence but it depends on the individual congenital size of learning space . Individuals with TRC lowerthan 65 need to be patient in their learning process and must get sufficient stimulation and counseling. Individuals with TRC 200and above have excellent learning abilities and short term memory. Acquired learning and training will combine the brainneurons to transform the potential to intelligence, X is referred to open area, potential value of X is between 0 and 100 with highplasticity and with bipolar effect . Multiple intelligence are based on inborn genetic and acquired environmental factors thatbring difference among individuals. Discovery of the inborn intelligence helps to understand one’s talent in order to stimulateand strengthen it throughout the learning process to master wisdom. If the inborn talent is weak and being neglected andhidden , the talent will degenerateFactors that can influence inborn intelligences are :1) Genetic2) Disease3) Body injury that could influence conditions , behavior , nutrition , medicine and stimulation during pregnancy.LEFTBRAINRIGHTBRAINSIGNIFICANCE OF TOTAL RIDGE COUNTMULTI-DISCIPLINARYLEARNINGMULTI-DISCIPLINARYLEARNING60-139140-180180+MY INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS
    • You are self-centered, self-understanding, self-conscious,independent, innovative and like to discover new things onYour own . You tend to mistaken as stubborn . You believe thatail human beings are unique individuals . You are verycompetitive and will not easily relinquish without putting up aFight. You are goal-oriented , self-impelled, self-motivated Andyou have very high self-expectations and will-power. However,you are subjective towards other and find it hard to Conveyyourself. You are good in repressing your emotions Howeveryou have the tendency to succumb to excessive self-Indulgenceas well as isolation. You do not simply resign Yourself tochanges.You are imitation learner, your greatest advantages are Yourcreativity and flexibility. Never the less, with this Strength,you learn both good and bad things . Therefore, Environmentplays an important role in your learning Progression. Withyour social-oriented characteristic, you Value therelationships between people. At times, you tend to Give uphalfway in the midst of a learning process due to Emotionalcommotions . Under such circumstances , you needencouragementsand compliments to keep you goingYour way of thinking often differs from others, showing aDifferent viewpoint from the mainstream, with anoutstanding Performance. The main aspiration that drivesyou is your Interest. You like to ask questions , and you arepersistent in Getting the answers which you will evaluatecritically. You are Self-centered and prefer to look at thingsin a different way thus people tend to regard you aseccentric, peculiar, Rebellious and remote, you have ratherhigh acuity and as a Result you are able to make quickdecisionswithout lengthy Consideration.You are full of infinite potential and plasticity. You are able toLearn and absorb only if you are given proper guidance. Youare A pragmatist . Practical and hardworking but lack ofsensibility. You incline to familiar interpersonal relations andsubstantial Goals. Your are efficient and prudent hence youfind Confrontationsand vagueness objectionable.Besides, you are also conservative, dubious , stagnant,Sensitive, impatient , distant and defensive . You believe thatNothing comes easy hence you work extremely hard toobtain Something. Being honest, stubborn and emotionallyerratic,You are rather weak itself expression.OPENLEARNINGREVERSETHINKERSIMITATIVECOGNITIVECATEGORY PERCENTAGE CHARACTERISTICSMY ACQUIRING METHOD60%40%0%0%
    • VISUALSEE ITKINESTHETICDO ITAUDITORYHEAR ITHOW I LEARN31.22%34.84%33.94%
    • Visuallearner use strong visual associations.You often use listsTo organize your life and your thoughts.When spelling. YouRecognizewords by how they look. You remember faces butForget names. You usually learn best by associatingpicturesWith the words or concepts being used. You benefit whenVisualsare used as part of a lecture (whiteboard ,transparencies, power-point, films , videos , maps , charts,Posters,graphs , etc .)Demonstrations by the professor are helpful. As are textbooksWith picture and diagrams. You often have a well-developedImagination and are easily distracted by movement or action inThe classroom . However, noise will probably not distract you.You may not prefer to learn in study groups, rather whenStudying , you tend to like to work alone in a quiet room.VALUE TIPS FOR VISUAL LEARNERS:1. Use brightly colored folders for categorizing papers or eye-catching notebooks fororganizing assignments2. Take note; make lists; copy everything on the board.3. Use highlight pens to color code information4. Make flash cards or use computer to organize material that needs to bememorized into tables, charts pr spreads sheets with graphics.5. Translate words and ideas into outlines, symbols, pictures, and diagrams, orSummarizethe information into key phrases or sequences. Replace words withsymbols or initials.6. Highlight key words or pictures on the note cards; then , put the information inprominent places to review.6. Read over your notes repeatedly until you see the notes on the page.7. Reduce auditory clutter, i.e. unnecessary noises.REVIEW TIPSPracticeturning your visuals back into words or write out sample exam answers; redrawYour notes or study pages from memory ; draw things , use diagrams; place them in highlyVisibleplaces for easy reviewingDiagramming,reading maps, essays( if you’ studied using an outline) , showing a process.BEST REVIEW TYPES FOR VISUAL LEARNERS:WORST REVIEW TYPES:Listen and respond test.VISUALSEE ITVISUAL LEARNER31.22%
    • Learn by becoming physically involved and actuallyDoing something with what’s being learned, “hands-on”Activity is needed to grasp the learning “being on theMove” helps your memory to work.In the classroom, you benefit from physical activity, in-Class demonstrations, “hands-on “ student learningExperiences and professors who give real- life examples.Using large diagrams, floor/wall puzzles and large mapsOn the wall or floor are helpful. Charades, acting.Interviewing, pantomiming, skits, and role playingEnhance learning. Laboratories , field trips, trial anderror assignments, and fieldwork done outside theclassroom promote more interest.VALUE TIPSSit near the front of the room and take notes throughout the class period to help you stayfocused. Later on , straighten our incomplete sentences and spelling errors in your notes.The idea is to get down key words and draw conclussions. Talk about your notes withanother Kinesthetic person. You will remember the “real” things that happened. Put plentyof Examples in your summaries. Study in 20 minute time intervals, with 5 10 minute breaks.Use case studies and applications to help with understanding principles and abstractConcepts. Pictures and photographs help to illustrate ideas also. Put your homework on aClipboard and do it : on the run .”. Or put test material on flashcards made out of indexcards And review the class material while walking the stairs in the dorm/pacing in your ownRoom. Use memory games. Associate some sort of bodily movement with what needs to beRemembered. To learn a sequence of events, processes, or procedures, make 3” x 5”Flashcards for each part. Arrange the cards on a table top in the correct order until itbecomes automatic. Or assign sequenced information to individual steps as you walk upand down stairs. Test prep may include : writing practice answers / paragraphs, charades,Acting, pantomiming, or skits. Role play the exam situation in your own room.When reviewing new information, copy key points onto a chalkboards or other large writingSurface; use the computer to organize the information into graphics, tables, spreadsheets,Etc., practice writing answers to old exam paper, records your own CD and use them forReview.REVIEW TIPS:Short definitions, fill-ins, multiple choicesBEST REVIEW TYPES FOR KINESTHETIC LEARNERS:WORST REVIEW TYPES: listen and responds test.KINESTHETICDO ITKINESTHETIC LEARNER34.84%
    • Learn by listening to verbal instructions: remember byFormingthe sounds of words . You find is easy toRemember names but forget faces. You often do wellWorking out solutions or problems by talking them out. InMost circumstancesyou need to hear yourself say it inOrder to effectivelycommit to memory. You may findyourselfreading a loud instead of reading silently, talkingTo yourself, or repeating instructions to make sure youUnderstand them.Ask questions to the professor in order to gainUnderstanding. Ask follow-upquestions if necessary. TheDiscussioncements the informationfor you. You areEasilydistracted by noise and often need to work whereIt is relativelyquiet. However, you benefit fromListeningto lectures, dialogues, and plays; using audioRecording and videos , etc ; participatingin groupDiscussions and interactions.Attend classes,discussion and tutorialsYour notes may be poor because you prefer to listen. Expand them by talking with othersAnd collectingnotes from the text book. Consider finding a :note-taking-study-partner”inEach class who will be your back up for filling in things you missed in class. Put facts orDated into a song, a rap, or a rhythm to aid memorization.Record class lectures.Make your own audio recordings by reading your notes and textbook information onto aRecorder.Review these recordings in your career on a headset,whenever you can, to beReady for test. Use recorded books whenever possibleWhen studying by yourself, read textbooks and notes out loud. Repeat facts with your eyesClosed. Join a study group or study with a partner to review information,notes text, etc.Imagine talking with the examiner listen to your voices and write down the answers; spendTime in quiet places places recalling the ideas; listen to audio cd’s while exercising ; speak yourAnswers a loud or inside your head.Writingresponses to lectures & oral examsReadingpassages and writing answers about them in a timed test.Best review types for auditory learners:WORST TEST TYPES:REVIEW TIPS:VALUE TIPS:AUDITORYHEAR ITAUDITORY LEARNER33.94%
    • This intelligence has to do with vision and spatialJudgment. People with strong visual-spatialIntelligence are typically very good at visualizing andMentally manipulating objects. They have a strongVisual memory and are often artistically inclined.These with visual intelligence also generally have aVery good sense of direction and may also have veryGood-eye co-ordination , although this is normally seenAs a characteristic of the bodily- kinestheticIntelligence.1.Play dictionary , three dimensional tic.toe or other visual thinking games.2.Work on jigsaw puzzles, rubik’s cube, mazes or other visual puzzles.3. Purchase a graphics software program and create designs, drawing and images on theComputer.4.Learn photography5.Watch films and television shows with attention to the use of tight, camera movement,Color and other cinematic elements.6.Redecorate the interior of your house or landscape the exterior.7. Create a picture library of favorite images from magazines and newspapers8.Study geometry.,9.Take a class in drawing , sculpting , painting, photography.10.Learn an ideographically based language such as Chinese11.Make three dimensional models of ideas you have for inventions or other projects.12.Learn how to use and interpret flowcharts, decision trees, diagrams and other forms ofvisual representation.13.Purchase a visual dictionary and study how comment machines and other objects work.14.Explore the space around you by putting on a blindfold and letting a friend guide youThrough your house.15.Practice looking for images and pictures in clouds, cracks in the wall or other natural orMan made phenomena.16.Develop your own visual symbols for note taking (use arrows circles, starts , spirals,Color coding, pictures and other visual forms)17.Visit a mechanical engineer, architect , artist or designer to see how the individual usesSpatial abilities in their work18.Spend time engaging in art activities.19.Study maps of your town an state & floor plans of your homes and other visualRepresentational systems.20.Incorporate drawings, photo and diagrams into letters projects and presentationsHOW TO DEVELOP YOUR VISUAL/SPATIAL INTELLIGENCEVISUAL / SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE7 10.85%
    • This intelligencehas to do with interaction with others.People in this category are usually extrovertsand are characterizedby their sensitivity to other’s moods,Feelings, temperaments and motivations ans theirAbilityto cooperate in order to work as part of a groupThey communicate effectively and empathize easilyWith others and may be either leaders or follower. TheyTypically learn best by working with others and oftenEnjoy discussion and debate1. Store names of contacts in an organized manner e.g. rolodex.2. Get involved in group activities to meet new people.3. Join a volunteer or service oriented group4. Spend fifteen minutes each day practicing active listing with your spouse or a closefriend.5. take a leadership role in a group you are currently involved with at work or in yourcommunity.6. Start your own support group.7. Enroll in a community college on interpersonal communication skills.8. Collaborate with one or more persons on a projects of mutual interest ( bidding,Gardening, etc.)9. Have regular family meetings in your home.10. Organize group brainstorming session at your workplace.11. Learn the art of proper social behavior by reading a book on etiquette and discussingThe material with an individual you consider socially adept.12. Strike up conversations with people in public places (bookstores, supermarkets, Airport, etc13. Start regular correspondences with a network of individuals around the country or world.14. Attend family , school or work related re unions.15. Play noncompetitive /cooperative outdoor games with family and friends.16. Join a group whose purpose is to help you meet new people (hiking organization, study group, etc)17. Offer to reach , tutor or counsel other people through a volunteer organization or on anInformal basis.18. Spend fifteen minutes a day or a week or two observing how people interact in publicplace (street corner train station, department store, etc.)19. Meditate on your connection to those around you starting with your immediate familyand friends. Extending this to your community and country and eventuallyencompassing the entire planet.20. Study the lives of well know socially competent individuals (e.g. , philanthropists,Counselor, politicians , social workers ) through biographic. Films and other media andLearn to follow their exampleHOW TO DEVELOP YOUR INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCEINTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE2 13.68%
    • This intelligencehas to do with introspective and selfReflectivecapacities. Those who are strongest in thisIntelligenceare typically introverts and prefer to workAlone. They are usually highly self aware and capable ofUnderstandingtheir own emotions, goals , andMotivations.They often have an affinity to thought based pursuitsSuch as philosophy. They learn best when allowed toConcentrate on the subject themselves.Note:The intra personal intelligenceis less likelyto define orSuggest a certain carried than any of the otherIntelligencesince the ability self-awareness, selfDisciplineand self improvementis applicableto anyOther career as well.1. Do individualcounseling or psychotherapy, work as a counselor.2. Study :maps of the self” in western psychology and / or eastern philosophies3. Learn to meditate.4. Listen to motivationalaudio/video cd.5. Write your autobiography.6. Create your own personal ritual or rites passage.7. Read self help books.8. Establisha quiet place in your home for introspection.9. Teach your self something new such as a skill, language or a body of knowledge in areaof interest to you.10. Venture in to starting your own business.11. Developan interest or hobby.12. Enrollin a class on assertiveness training or developing self –confidence.13. Take a battery of tests designed to assess your special strengths and weaknesses in aBroad range of areas.14. Set short and long term goal for yourself and then follow through on them.15. Attend seminars designed to teach you about yourself or your ‘selves’ (eg. Psychosynthesis, transitional MI analysis , psychodrama , gestate work , or anotherpsychologicalschool of thought).16. keep a daily self eastern enhancing behaviors (e.g., using positive self-talk, affirmingyour successes.)17. do something pleasurable for yourself at least once a day.18.keep some ‘ME’ time and indulge in to doing an activity of your choice.19. keep a mirror handy to look into when you are in different moods or states of mind.20.take ten minutes every evening to mentally review the various thoughts and feelings toand during the day.21. Spend time with people who have a strong healthy sense of self.HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR INTRA PERSONAL INTELLIGENCEINTRA PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE1 17.45%
    • This area has do with logical, abstract , inductive anddeductive reasoning and numbers. It is safe to assumeThat those with this intelligence naturally excel inMathematics, choose computer programming andOther logical or numerical activities.A more accurate definition places emphasis less inTraditional mathematical ability and more reasoningCapability, abstract pattern recognition, scientificThinking and investigation, and the ability to performComplex calculation.1. Play logical/mathematical games.2. Work on puzzles and brain teasers.3. Learn a computer languages such as C++, JAVA.4. Buy a chemistry set or other science kit and carry out some of the experimentsdescribed in it.5. Have discussions about math and science at a local college or buy a self-study guide.6. Take a course in basic science or math.7. Practice calculating simple math problem in your head.8. Read the business section of your daily newspaper and look up unfamiliar economic orfinancial concepts.9. Read about famous math and /or science discoveries.10. Visit a science museum , planetarium, aquarium, or other science center.11. Learn to use heuristics in solving problems12. Form a discussion group or study circle to discuss recent scientific discoveries and theirImplications in everyday life.13. Watch television documentaries that chronic important science concepts.14. Identify scientific principles operating around your home and neighborhood.15. Subscribe to a science news publication.16. Confront , rather than avoid, mathematical problems you encounter in everyday life(figuring tips , balancing your checkbook, determining loan rates , etc.)17. Teach math or science concepts to someone less knowledgeable.18. Visit a science laboratory or other setting where math and /or science concepts arebeing used.19. Use block, beads or other concrete materials in learning new math concepts.20. Try doing mental calculations where possible.21. Play jigsaw puzzles in increasing order of difficulty.HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR LOGICAL/MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCELOGICAL INTELLIGENCE8 10.54%
    • This intelligencehas to do with movement, physicalActivityand body coordination.In this category , people are generallyadept at physicalActivitiessuch as sports or dance and often preferActivitieswhich utilize movement.They may enjoy acting or performing. And in generalThey are good at building and making things.They often learn best by physicallydoing somethingRather than reading or hearing about it, those withStrong body- kinesthetic intelligenceto use whatMight be termed muscle i.e. they remember thingsThrough their body rather than through words( verbalMemory)or images (visual memory ).It requires the skills and dexterity for fine motorMovements such as those required for dancing,Athletics, surgery , craft making etc.1. Join a sports team (soft ball, basketball , soccer or other group sport).2.Take lessens in a solo sport such as swimming, golf, tennis or gymnastics.3. Learn a material art like aikido, judo or karate.4. Exercise regularlyand keep track of the ideas that occur to you during exercisesessions.5. Learn a craft such as woodworking, weaving, carving or crocheting.6. Take a class in working with clay or stone.7. Learn yoga or another system or physical relaxation and awareness.8. Play video games that require the use of quick reflexes.9. Take formal lessons in dance (modern , ballroom, ballet or other dance forms) or spendtime engaged in free from creative movements on your own.10. Take up a ‘hands on’ hobby around the home like gardening , cooking or modelBuilding.11. Learn sign language or Braille.12. Put on a blindfold and have a friend lead you around to explore the environmentwithyour hands.13. Assemble a collectionof objects having different textures( silk, smooth stones.sandpapers etc)14. Walk the curbs of sidewalks or balance beams to improve your sense of balance.15. Coach a little-leaguefootballteam or some other group or individualsport.16. Sett up a weight training and/ aerobics program for yourself under the supervision of adoctor or health club.17. Engage in sensory awareness activitiesthat put you in touch with physical sensationsand perceptions.18. Engage in sports like cricket , football, basketball, bowling etc.19. Learn typing or playing of a musical instrument.HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR KIN ESTHETIC INTELLIGENCEKINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE4 12.11%
    • This intelligencehas to do with rhythm, music, andhearing. Hose who have a high level of musical-rhythmic intelligencedisplay greater sensitivity toSounds, rhythms, tones and music , they normallyhaveGood pitch and may even have absolute pitch and areAble to sing , play musical instruments and composeMusic.Since there is a strong oral component to thisIntelligence, those who are strongest in it may learnBest via lecture.In addition , they will often use songs or rhythms toLearn and memorizeinformationand may work bestWith music playing.1. Sing in the shower2. Play “name that tune” or other musical games with friends.3. Go to concerts or musicals.4. Developa collectionof favorite musical recordings and listen to them regularly.5. Join a musical group.6. Take formal music lesions in a specificinstruments.7. Work with a music therapist.8. Spend one hour a week listening to an unfamiliarstyle of music (jazz, country , western,classical, folk, internationalor other genres.).9. Establisha regular familysing-along time like karaoke.10. Buy an electronic keyboard and learns simple melodies and chords.11. Take course in music criticism in newspapers and magazines.12. Volunteerto sing or play music at a retirement home , hospital or day care center.13. Put on background music while studying , working , or eating , or at some other timeDuring the day that is normally quiet.14. Have discussions with friends about music.15. Read about the lives of famous composers and performers.16. Listen for naturally occuring melodies or rhythms in such phenomena as footstepschirpingbirds and waves.17. Rediscover the music you loved as a child.18. Make up your own tunes.19. Create your musical autobiography by collectingrecordings that were popular atdifferent stages of your life.20. Make a list of all the music you hear in the course of a day.21. Purchase high- tech equipment(MIDinterface, computer software) that will allow youTo teach yourself music theory or to play a musical instrument on the computer.22. Learn about specific musical training programs.HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR MUSICAL RHYTHMIC INTELLIGENCEMUSICAL INTELLIGENCE5 11.79%
    • Verbal – linguistic intelligence has to do with words,Spoken or written.People with verbal – linguistic intelligence display aFamiliarity with words and languages.They are typically good at reading , writing , tellingStories & memorizing words and dates they tend toLearn best by reading , taking notes , and listening toLectures , via discussions and debates. They are alsoFrequently skilled at explaining , teaching and orationOr persuasive speaking . Those with verbal-linguisticIntelligence learn foreign languages very easily as theyHigh verbal memory and recall and an ability toUnderstand and manipulate syntax and structure.1. Learn foreign languages.2. Play word games (anagrams, scrabble, crosswords, etc.)3. Join a library.4. Attend a writer’s conference or a class or workshop.5. Attend book signing or other events featuring accomplishing writers.6. Record yourself speaking and listen to the playback.7. Subscribe to high quality reading materials (e.g. readers digest, TIME magazine) and/or to literary magazine and read them regularly.8. Read a book once a week and develop a personal library.9. Join a public speaking class or prepare talks for business or community events.10. Learn to use a word processor.11. Listen to recordings and speeches of famous orators , poets , storytellers, and otherspeakers.12. Keep a diary or write 250 words a day about anything on your mind.13. Pay attention to the different verbal styles (dialects , intonations , vocabularies etc) ofThe various people you meet.14. Have a regular story telling time with family or friends.15. Attend a speed-reading seminar.16. Teach an illiterate person to read through a volunteer organization.17. Get audio recordings of great literature and listen to them.18. Circle unfamiliar words you encounter as you read and look them up in the dictionary.19. Buy a thesaurus , a rhyming dictionary , a book of word origins , and a style manual anduse them regular in your writing.20. Participate in debates , elocution and group discussion.21. Use one new word in you conversation every day.HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR VERBAL/LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCELINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE6 11.17%
    • Naturalist intelligence involves understanding theNatural world of plants and animals, noticing theirCharacteristics and categorizing them.It generally involves keen observation of environmentAnd surrounding and the ability to classify otherThings as well.It may be exercised by exploring nature, makingCollection of objects, studying them, and groupingThem, have keen sensory skill-sight , sound , smell,Taste and touch , makes keen observations aboutNatural changes, interconnections and patterns.1. Observe the natural things in your own surrounding parks, gardens ,(insect ,birds, plants , etc.)2. Ask your children or neighborhood children to share what they know about thenatural world.3. Investigate internet sites that have to do with nature (use a search engine andselect search wordss such as ecology , nature , botanty , birds, etc)4. Go through the TV (national geographic / animal planet/discovery) listngs forthe week and record shows having to do with an aspect of nature that you’d liketo learn more about (e.g. volcanoes , chimpanzees, hurricanes, etc. )5. Get involved in a political or social cause that related to the preservation ofnature (e.g., write your congress person about saving wetlands in your area,start a petition to save a historic tree in your community where the naturalworld is displayed and studed (e.g., nature musem , zoo , park) and go thereregularly to aatend lecturess and study exhibits.6. Choose a specific type of animal or plant (e.g, beetles or liles) and learn as muchas you can about it through books, the intern interview with experts and directobservation.7. Take up gardening or landscaping as a hobby or if you already have a garden orlandscape , investigate some new aspect of fit (e.g., topiary bonsai).8. Volunteer to take a group of kinds into the natural world to learn more aboutsome aspect of it (e.g., scouts , explorers).9. Subscribe to a magazine related to nature.10. Go on a camping or backpacking trip and devote some time every day observingnature.11. Make a list of all the animals (including types of birds) that live in your area.12. Keep a “naturalist journal” that includes observations you make , questions youhave about how different aspects of nature work and resources you discover.13. Buy a set of binoculars and magnifying glass , and go out once a week to a “wild”area in your neighborhood (e.g., vacant lot , park ) to explore the natural world.HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR NATURALIST INTELLIGENCE1NATURALIST INTELLIGENCE3 12.42%
    • EQ CQIQ AQINTERPERSONAL+INTRA PERSONALVISUAL+MUSICALLINGUISTIC+LOGICKINESTHETIC+NATURALISTREFLECTS THE POWER OF OBSERVATION , MEMORY, THINKING ABILITY, IMAGINATIONREFLECTS TO THE ABILITY TO HANDLE PRESSURE IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITYREFLECTS THE COURAGE ,BOLD STATEMENTS , CREATIVITY AND A SPRIT OF ADVENTUREEMOTIONALQUOTIENTIQEQAQCQMY QUOTIENTSCREATIVEQUOTIENTINTELLIGENCEQUOTIENTADVERSITYQUOTIENT31.12%21.70% 24.53%22.64%REFLECTS THE ABILITY TO MANAGE ONE’S OWN EMOTIONS AND INTERPERSONAL CAPABILITIES.EQ
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