Personally, my three most dominant types of intelligence are...
78% Visual-Spatial (image smart)
69% Logical-Mathematical (math smart)
47% Musical-Rythmic (sound smart)
In this comic I will be discussing how these apply to my life with specific examples. I will also highlight jobs that relate to these types and explain why they are suitable.
Top Intelligence: Visual-Spatial
Multiple Intelligence Comic By Alisya Kainth 11/20/2018
Contrary to what some may think, there are a variety of different intelligence types that can define us. The concept of multiple intelligence explains that even though we may have a dominant type of intelligence, we are not defined by only one type. In fact we may fall under many types, such as intrapersonal, naturalist, visual-spatial, etc.
if start == True: print(1) x = 5, y = 14 x + y * 12 = ans
if done == False: print(1) x = 5, y = 14 x + main * 3 = ans
if x < len(y): print(1) x = 5, y = 14 x + len(name) * 3 = ans
My most dominant intelligence type is visual-spatial. This means I'm good at creating and interpreting visual thinking. For example, I began painting various landscapes at a young age and in art class. I was able to do this so well because I had a good sense of what would look good in different areas of the canvas.
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I can also connect being visual-spatial to the fact that I am a visual learner, which helps me understand how to study best. Different techniques such as highlighting, using picture flashcards and diagrams help me recall information faster. I have used many of these methods for various tests, assignments, quizzes and more.
My second most dominant intelligence type is logical-mathematical, which means I'm good at reasoning, logical thinking and mathematical problem solving. An example of this is I learned how to code in certain languages such as Python a few years ago, which requires a lot of logical thinking and solving complicated problems.
Starting to code at an early age contributed to how well I can solve problems today. This is because you need to be able to think quickly, make connections and remember a lot of material at once to code efficiently. These skills help me today because I am already used to solving advanced mathematical problems, such as ones that are presented in school.