Have you ever wondered which analytical thinking skill is your most dominant? Are you ready to find out? Take these 10 quiz questions and find out your most dominant analytical skill!
START THE QUIZ!
Pick one thing that you would love to win a lifetime supply of:
If you could participate on a game show, which show would it be?
The Price Is Right
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Do you believe in paranormal creatures?
Obviously, they exist!
No, not at all.
Somewhat, but not really.
All of your debates have a tendency to turn into...
What instrument would you want to play?
If you had your own holiday, what would be a required activity?
Pie and coffee hour
If your house was on fire, what is one possession (not a person or pet) that you would save?
A family heirloom
My important documents
Do you prefer the countryside or an urban setting?
An urban setting
A mix of both
If you had to give up one of your five senses for the rest of your life, which one would it be?
Are you an adventurous eater?
Your most dominant analytical skill is communication! You’re a highly effective communicator who knows how to get a point across in a way that is easy for anyone to understand. You are clear and concise, with a great ability to read any room or audience.
Your most dominant analytical skill is creativity! You’re a very creative and innovative individual who loves to think outside of the box. You’re able to read and assess situations with skill and ease, often finding the creative solutions that others miss!
Your most dominant analytical skill is critical thinking! You’re the type of person who can easily evaluate information and make decisions based on what you’ve learned. You’re logical and grounded, with a deep sense of how to apply what you know and think with both common sense and creativity.
Your most dominant analytical skill is planning! You’re the type of person who is organized, smart, and forward thinking. You know how to set a course for what you want to accomplish. You’re not one to fly by the seat of your pants or live on impulse. Instead, you always carefully plan out your biggest projects from start to finish.