Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Right Brain vs Left Brain Creativity Test

I took a test to see which side of my brain is dominant or if they're equal from the Art Institute of Vancouver. Most people in the official are equal in their brainy endeavours, but I got a pretty significant difference.

What is all means? I have no idea... :D But it's really surprising that both verbal and nonverbal are my least dominant traits.

Does this mean I can't communicate at all? o_o;;; Huh...

Left Brain 44%
Right Brain 56%

You are more right-brained than left-brained. The right side of your brain controls the left side of your body. In addition to being known as right-brained, you are also known as a creative thinker who uses feeling and intuition to gather information. You retain this information through the use of images and patterns. You are able to visualize the "whole" picture first, and then work backwards to put the pieces together to create the "whole" picture. Your thought process can appear quite illogical and meandering. The problem-solving techniques that you use involve free association, which is often very innovative and creative. The routes taken to arrive at your conclusions are completely opposite to what a left-brained person would be accustomed. You probably find it easy to express yourself using art, dance, or music. Some occupations usually held by a right-brained person are forest ranger, athlete, beautician, actor/actress, craftsman, and artist.

Your complete evaluation follows below:

Your left brain/right brain percentage was calculated by combining the individual scores of each half's sub-categories. They are as follows:

Your Left Brain Percentages

42% Symbolic (Your most dominant characteristic)
37% Linear
22% Sequential
20% Reality-based
17% Logical
14% Verbal (Your least dominant characteristic)

Your Right Brain Percentages

55% Concrete (Your most dominant characteristic)
36% Fantasy-oriented
34% Random
30% Holistic
20% Intuitive
13% Nonverbal (Your least dominant characteristic)

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