- May 1966
- 586 - Verbal -percentile - 97
- 524 - Math - percentile - 89
- 635 - Chemistry - percentile - 82
- 645 - Mathematics 2
- 467 - English composition - percentile - 27 much improved since
- 673 - Physics - percentile - 91
- 644 - Mathematics 1 - percentile - 98
Kuder Occupational Interest Survey
- 23 December 1968 top seven scores:
- 58 - Chemist
- 54 - Computer programmer
- 53 - Engineer
- 52 - Psychologist
- 50 - Architect
- 48 - Physicist
- 47 - Artist
Langdon Adult Intelligence Test
15 July 1979
Tested Group Percentile
General Population Percentile
Meyers-Briggs Personality Profile
November 1966, scored equally in two categories:
INTP - The "Architect"
You are a designer of buildings and ideas. Abstract design is your forte. INTPs exhibit the greatest precision in thought and language of all the types; tend to see distinctions and inconsistencies in thought and language instantaneously. This type is found in approximately 1% of the population.
INTPs search for whatever is relevant to the issue at hand; this type can concentrate better than any other. Authority does not impress the INTP. Only statements that are logical and coherent carry weight. External authority is perceived as irrelevant. INTPs abhor redundancy and incoherence. Possessing a desire to understand the universe, and INTP is constantly looking for natural law. Curiosity concerning these keys to the universe is a driving force in this type.... More
INTJ - The "Scientist"
INTJs make up about 1% of the population. While the INTP designs the systems and ideas, the INTJ brings them into reality.
INTJs are very self-confident; and live in an introspective reality, focusing on possibilities, using thinking in the form of empirical logic and prefer that events and people serve some useful purpose in his life. INTJs look to the future rather than the past. In one word, you are a "builder" of systems and the applier of theoretical models.
Authority does not impress the INTJ, whether based on position, rank, title or publication. You are not likely to succumb to the magic of slogans, or watchwords. Only ideas make sense to an INTJ.... More
- INTEREST IN JOB CONTENT
- ... inquisitive, exploratory, analytical, and experimental ... More
- TEMPERAMENT FOR THE JOB
- ... talented, self-sufficient, and goal-oriented, independent ... More
- APTITUDE FOR THE JOB
- ... put physical abilities and natural talents ... More
- ... considers people both philosophically, and psychologically ... More
- ... engineering orientation ... More
- ... curious, inquisitive, investigative, exploratory, analytical, and experimental ... More
- ... applies scientific/technical/logical thinking to identify, analyze, and solve challenges and/or problems; to collect data, establish facts, connect abstract and concrete variables, draw valid conclusions, determine appropriate action, devise strategies and systems to achieve objectives ... More
- MATHEMATICAL CAPACITY
- ... motivated to work with a wide variety of theoretical math concepts ... More
- LANGUAGE CAPACITY
- ... highly motivated to consider creative writing and communicating at professional levels ... More
- Myers-Briggs - http://www.cpp-db.com/products/mbti/index.asp
Holland* RIASEC theory
Basic Interest - Workplace Fit
*John L. Holland, PhD and Gary D. Gottfredson, PhD, Dictionary of Holland Occupational Codes, 3rd Edition, 1996, Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.
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