Identifying Strengths for Education and Career Options


Different people have different strengths. Standardized tests in school tend to measure the same things. Howard Gardner, a graduate of Harvard University and a developmental psychologist, developed the theory of Multiple Intelligences in 1986. Gardner believes that intelligence, the way it has traditionally been understood (logically, as with I.Q. tests), does not explain the wide variety of human abilities. The theory of Multiple Intelligences suggests that we excel with different types of intelligence.

Being "smart" isn't limited to passing standardized tests. Try the assessment below and see what your real-world strengths might be!


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