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IQ and Visual Intelligence

Visual/spatial intelligence includes such abilities as being good with directions, putting puzzles together and arts and crafts. You also remember places easily or may find yourself doodling a lot. You learn best by drawings and visual aids like flowcharts and diagrams

You are a visual thinker. You’re good at remembering the details of places you’ve visited, able to think in three-dimensional terms, solve spatially-oriented problems and have good eye-hand coordination. You are also able to easily navigate and visually arrange new information.

There are many benefits associated with developing your visual intelligence. Learning to use visual intelligence more efficiently can help with memorization, learn to look at and solve problems in different ways and help stimulate creativity. If developed well it can help you not only in work situations but with hobbies as well. The following are just a few ways to help develop visual intelligence:

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