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Emotional Intelligence
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Posted 9/15/09 , edited 9/15/09
A 140.


Your Emotional IQ is in the average range. Essentially, you're able to recognize and deal with your own emotions and those of others in a reasonably effective manner. This is likely evident in your ability to relate to others, express your needs, and maintain a satisfactory level of emotional health. Since your score is in the mid-range, however, you are not taking full advantage of your potential. By learning and practicing new skills and more effective ways of dealing with people, you could increase your EIQ. After all, we can always improve our communication, ways of relating to others and resilience. The benefits will be numerous, including stronger relationships, a more successful career and better emotional health. Most of all, you will be an all-around happier person.


The questions were kind of...unrelated, but the result is pretty accurate.
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Posted 9/15/09
i don't know if they are accurate..i scored a 115..though some of the description about me is pretty the opposite of what and who i am haha
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Posted 9/18/09
when i was 12 i had 134 now i have 110
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Posted 9/22/09
Results of the Emotional IQ Test
Your score = 118

What does your score mean?

Your Emotional IQ is excellent - much higher than average. This means that, in general, you are able to express your feelings clearly in appropriate situations. You are optimistic and positive, and adapt well to changed circumstances. You deal effectively with stress, interact with others and communicate adequately. You are comfortable with yourself, and you know and appreciate your talents and strong points as well as your weaknesses. You are able to motivate yourself, find the energy and the strength necessary to complete what you need to do to reach your goals. You are one of the resilient people who bounce back after major drawbacks, survive hardship without bitterness, and still manage to empathize with others. These skills will certainly bring you long-term benefits such as stronger relationships, better health and personal happiness.
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I do believe that I am emotionally intelligent... There are things that I worry about, but who doesn't. A lot of the time I feel that most people only have a few ways of expressing themselves and ways of internally feeling compared to me.

Here is my score:

Results of the Emotional IQ Test

Emotional IQ

Your score = 117

What does your score mean?

Your Emotional IQ is excellent - much higher than average. This means that, in general, you are able to express your feelings clearly in appropriate situations. You are optimistic and positive, and adapt well to changed circumstances. You deal effectively with stress, interact with others and communicate adequately. You are comfortable with yourself, and you know and appreciate your talents and strong points as well as your weaknesses. You are able to motivate yourself, find the energy and the strength necessary to complete what you need to do to reach your goals. You are one of the resilient people who bounce back after major drawbacks, survive hardship without bitterness, and still manage to empathize with others. These skills will certainly bring you long-term benefits such as stronger relationships, better health and personal happiness.
Posted 9/23/09 , edited 9/23/09
66.

What does your score mean?
There's some bad news and some good news. The bad news is that your Emotional IQ is relatively low. In a practical sense, this means that you are not reaching your full potential. Low EIQ has a negative impact on all aspects of life such as relationships, your emotional health and level of motivation. As a result of your behavior, others may view you as being critical, inexpressive, inhibited, detached, cold, or even condescending. Your difficulties relating to others and dealing successfully with your own emotions may have a negative impact on your health; people with lower EIQs are prone to anxiety, depression, excessive guilt, aggressiveness, low self-concept, and stress-related problems. Chances are that you also have difficulty bouncing back from life's problems. Now for the good news: by learning and practicing new skills and more effective ways of dealing with people, you can significantly improve your EIQ. The benefits will be numerous, including stronger relationships, a more successful career and better health. Most of all, you will be an all-around happier person.

Somehow this isn't really surprising to me anymore.

In terms of being emotionally intelligent, I know I'm not. I was clinically diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome in the end 2002 so its kinda obvious that I have trouble recognizing/understanding emotions or intentions in both myself and others.
Posted 9/23/09

kavyaan wrote:

66.

What does your score mean?
There's some bad news and some good news. The bad news is that your Emotional IQ is relatively low. In a practical sense, this means that you are not reaching your full potential. Low EIQ has a negative impact on all aspects of life such as relationships, your emotional health and level of motivation. As a result of your behavior, others may view you as being critical, inexpressive, inhibited, detached, cold, or even condescending. Your difficulties relating to others and dealing successfully with your own emotions may have a negative impact on your health; people with lower EIQs are prone to anxiety, depression, excessive guilt, aggressiveness, low self-concept, and stress-related problems. Chances are that you also have difficulty bouncing back from life's problems. Now for the good news: by learning and practicing new skills and more effective ways of dealing with people, you can significantly improve your EIQ. The benefits will be numerous, including stronger relationships, a more successful career and better health. Most of all, you will be an all-around happier person.

Somehow this isn't really surprising to me anymore.

In terms of being emotionally intelligent, I know I'm not. I was clinically diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome in the end 2002 so its kinda obvious that I have trouble recognizing/understanding emotions or intentions in both myself and others.
However, just like what the comment said, you shouldn't cut yourself short just because you have a genetic ailment that makes you unable to process emotions that well when compared to others. Just keep trying for your best than your previous self, and you just might surpass your own expectation by becoming as good as you can get.

Therefore even when it'll be an uphill battle for you to become emotionally well for yourself, at least it's for a worthy cause.
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