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Question: why Would i want my intelligence to judged solely on the basis of the results of intelligence tests?

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It is important to remember that intelligence tests only measure certain aspects of intelligence, such as logical reasoning, verbal comprehension, or spatial awareness. They do not take into account other important aspects of intelligence, such as emotional intelligence, creativity, or practical intelligence. Also, intelligence is not fixed, but can be developed and improved through lifelong learning, practice, and experiences. Therefore, it is not fair or accurate to judge someone's overall intelligence solely based on the results of a few tests. Lastly, it is important to recognize that every individual has unique talents, interests, and abilities that are not always captured by intelligence tests. Therefore, it is more helpful to focus on individual strengths and potentials instead of relying solely on intelligence tests to judge someone's worth or potential.

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March 13, 2023, 12:01 p.m.

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Published: Monday, March 13, 2023