MIT Introduction

Multiple Intelligences test helps to explore the interest and inclination of students at an early age which helps them to be aware of the spectrum of occupations available to them and let them match each of the intelligences areas with various options.

It is a common practice that the society and schools focus only on linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligence. Contrary to this, we should also place equal attention on individuals who are prodigious like: the artists, architects, musicians, naturalists, designers, dancers, therapists, entrepreneurs, and others who enrich the world in which we live. Keeping this in mind, Extramarks Multiple Intelligences Test will provide the right stimulation and environment for the young students to blossom.

There are various types of intelligence, each representing different ways of processing information and learning style. These are as follows:-

Extramarks Multiple intelligence test is specifically developed for students studying in grades VI to VIII. For this crucial period it is essential that parents and teachers have a clear snapshot of the child’s attributes.

Importantly, child’s performance on the MIT will help to:-

  • Provide the right kind of environment for the students to evolve and move towards a right direction.
  • Unfold the interest of the child and enable him/her to identify the attributes mapped with career fields.
  • Have a clear insight about his/her strengths and weaknesses.

MIT Features

In continuous endeavour to equip students to be future ready, Extramarks have developed a unique Multiple Intelligences test which is intended for students of class VI to VIII.

The features of the test are:-

  • Identification of Intelligences.
  • Analysis of Intelligence and Mapping it with suitable Career.

MIT FAQ

What is MIT?

Extramarks Multiple Intelligences Test is based on Howard Gardner's psychological theory about people and their different types of intelligences. This test will help to discover students strongest types of intelligences and to explore their interest and inclination at an early age which helps them to be aware of the range/span of career options available to them.

What is the relevance of MIT to Parents and Teachers?

For parents and teachers, this test is very informative and beneficial, as they can drive the child according to his/her distinctive intelligence. This eventually will give a fair idea of the child’s strengths and interests. Even if the interest changes, the inherent skill will only strengthen and multiply.