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Posts Tagged ‘Handwriting Analysis and IQ Score’

Handwriting Analysis and IQ Score–Q & A

Monday, March 7th, 2016
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Handwriting analysis is one of my favorite ways to analyze personality but it won’t tell you your IQ score.

Question:
“Does my terrible handwriting have anything to do with a lower IQ?”

Answer:
No, it doesn’t.

Untrained in handwriting analysis, what you interpret to be terrible handwriting may not include any personality red flags at all.

How it looks to the average person has almost nothing to do with authentic character hidden within over 300 handwriting analysis indicators.

Many very intelligent and successful people have what appears to be terrible handwriting.

Also, many sociopaths have what appears to be impeccable handwriting.

An Intelligence Quotient measures problem-solving abilities, yet according to this article, an IQ score doesn’t measure emotional intelligence or “…knowing how to make things work…(practical intelligence)…”

Perhaps a high IQ score largely reflects a talent for taking IQ tests.

Handwriting analysis effectively measures innumerable factors related to human intelligence, including logical thinking and ability to make distinctions—many traits that have to do with practical intelligence (that the IQ tests don’t measure).

“In other words, the better they did on the IQ test, the worse they did on the practical test and the better they did on the practical tests, the worse they did on the IQ test.” Robert Sternberg

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