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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Multiple Intelligences Self-Assessment

This quiz asks 24 questions and will take less than five minutes to complete. Try not to think too hard -- just go with your first thought when describing your daily activities and interests. By the end, you may have some new insights into the way you think. 

For more information about the theory of Multiple Intelligences, check out our in-depth article: Multiple Intelligences: What Does the Research Say? You may also want to watch an interview with Howard Gardner: Big Thinkers: Howard Gardner on Multiple Intelligences.

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Samer Rabadi's picture
Samer Rabadi
Online Community Manager

Hi Yachna, your results should appear at the top of the page as soon as you click the Finish button.

manal ismail's picture

Linguistic 17%
logical-mathematical 63%
visual-spatial 42%
intra personal 31%
interpersonal 19%
Musical 25%
bodyily-kinesthetic 58%
naturalist 42%

Heather Wintheiser's picture

Linguistic 58%
Logical-Mathematical 50%
Visual-Spatial 67%
Intrapersonal 88%
Interpersonal 31%
Musical 0%
Bodily-Kinesthetic 0%
Naturalistic 58%

Heather Wintheiser's picture

I guess this makes sense. not sure about the Linguistic bit, but as a visual arts education major, i see the potential in an empty space, logic in answers to problems (sometimes). I was surprised that intrapersonal was so high, because i've always been kind of shy. but i listen a lot more than speak. I couldn't carry a tune to save my life, & i love nature.

shyanne fagan's picture


Logical-Mathematical- 75%







John's picture

It appears that the assessment shows a few strengths or avenues that we would learn
better from. I was stronger in the math and kinesethic so learning through movement
would be more beneficial.

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