Introduction to MIT
Multiple Intelligence Test assists in exploring students’ interests and inclinations at an early age, allowing them to be aware of the spectrum of occupations available to them and allowing them to match each of the intelligence’s areas with various options.
As you might be aware of the common practice for society and schools to place a premium on linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligence. In contrast, we should pay equal attention to extraordinary individuals such as artists, architects, musicians, naturalists, designers, dancers, therapists, entrepreneurs, and others who enrich the world in which we live.

With this in mind, Multiple Intelligence Test will provide the necessary stimulation and environment for the young students to flourish.
There are Three types of learning style each one of us use. Each of them is representing a unique method of information processing. Like –

  • Auditory
  • Visual
  • Kinesthetic

There are various types of intelligence, each representing a unique method of information processing. Like –

  • Verbal / Linguistic
  • Logical / Mathematical
  • Visual / Spatial
  • Bodily / Kinesthetic
  • Musical
  • Intrapersonal
  • Interpersonal, and
  • Naturalist.

Howard Gardner, a developmental psychologist and Harvard University graduate, developed the theory of Multiple Intelligences in 1986. Gardner believes that intelligence, as traditionally defined (logically, as with I.Q. tests), does not account for the wide range of human abilities. According to the theory of Multiple Intelligences, we excel at above mentioned different types of intelligence.

What exactly is MIT?
Howard Gardner’s psychological theory about people and their various types of intelligences is the foundation of the Multiple Intelligences Test. This test will assist in identifying students’ strongest types of intelligences and exploring their interests and inclinations at a young age, allowing them to be aware of the range/span of career options available to them.

What does MIT mean to parents and teachers?
This test is very informative and beneficial for parents and teachers because it allows them to drive the child based on his or her unique intelligence. This will eventually provide a good indication of the child’s strengths and interests. Even if the interest changes, the inherent skill will only grow stronger and more productive.