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Left Brain-Right Brain​

Are you genius at certain jobs
but feel like a half-wit when trying
to complete other types of work?
The two sides of the brain each have
distinct preferences and capabilities,
and your strong suits and weaknesses
are frequently based upon the side of
your brain that is dominant.
Take this quiz to find out whether
or not you are a right or left brain thinker
and check out the career choices that correlate.


1. Are you better at math and science
than art and literature?
YES – People who are left-brain thinkers
are often better at and enjoy math and science
over art and literature, making them perfect
candidates for a career in engineering.

NO - People who are right-brain thinkers
are often better at and enjoy art and literature
over math and science, making them perfect
candidates for a career in grant writing.


2. Do you love playing sports outdoors
over reading indoors?
YES – The great outdoors and athletics are
favorites of people who are right-brain thinkers,
and a career that can combine the two,
like one as a recreation director, is perfect.

NO - Staying indoors and reading are favorites
of people who are left-brain thinkers, and a career
that can combine the two,
like one as a librarian, is perfect.


3. Do you prefer verbal communication
over physical communication?
YES – Left-brain thinkers love to work things
out by talking, enjoying jobs like career counseling,
where they are very effective.

NO - Right-brain thinkers think that actions
speak louder than words, enjoying being very
effective at showing their worth without words, l
ike the career path of being a yoga instructor.


4. Would you rather draw pictures freehand
instead of putting together a model airplane?
YES – People who are right-brain thinkers aren’t
fans of tremendous structure and prefer having
some creativity at work, which makes
marketing a perfect career for them.

NO - People who are left-brain thinkers
are in need of structure and prefer having
specific guidelines at work, which makes
computer programming a
perfect career path for them.


5. Do you like being in groups
more than being alone?
YES – Group-oriented people are usually
right-brain thinkers, making a job in retail
a good fit for their lifestyle preference.

NO - Loners are usually left-brain thinkers,
making a job in accounting a good fit for
their lifestyle preference.


6. When given instructions, are lots of
pictures easier to understand than lots of text?
YES – Right-brain thinkers love picture explanations
over textual explanations, and this visual preference
usually lends well to a career in interior design.

NO - Left-brain thinkers love textual explanations
over pictorial explanations, and this preference
usually lends well to a clerical career.​
 
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kyle53

Active Member
Jul 17, 2008
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It means what side of the brain do you use more when going through every day life. I am a very left brained person but always yearn for more of that creativity that right brain people tend to possess.
 
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