Multiple intelligence represents different intellectual abilities. The theory was developed in 1983 by Dr. Howard Gardner, which suggests that the traditional notion of intelligence, based on I.Q. testing, is far too limited.
After taking a multiple intelligence test, my 3 main intellectual abilities are visual/spatial, logical/mathematical and intrapersonal. I will explain how these are my intellectual abilities, and 5 suitable occupations.
Out of my top 3 intellectual abilities, visual/spatial ranked the highest at 56%.
I believe visual/spatial ranked the highest because I am a visual learner, as I prefer learning with visuals and pictures. I also prefer to read to understand rather than listen.
I believe logical/mathematical also ranked the highest because I am very successful at mathematics. Also, when solving any type of situation or problem, I always use logic first to find an outcome.
Logical/ mathematical also ranked the highest at 56%.
Intrapersonal ranked third from the intellectual abilities at 53%.
I believe intrapersonal ranked third because I set personal goals very often, and I try to be motivated all the time to achieve those goals by viewing and following successful individuals.
One suitable occupation would be an architect. An architect uses visuals to create designs for creating buildings and homes. They must also be good at mathematics to perform calculations for the dimensions of the structures.