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Because left brain strategies are the ones used most often in the classroom, right brain students sometimes feel inadequate.
In general the left and right hemispheres of your brain process information in different ways. We tend to process information using our dominant side. However, the learning and thinking process is enhanced when both side of the brain participate in a balanced manner. This means strengthening your less dominate hemisphere of the brain. Listed below are information processing styles that are characteristically used by your right or left brain hemisphere. Read the information below to help you understand how your brain processes information. Pay attention to your less dominant style so that you can learn how to improve it.
You responded as a right brained person to 13 questions, and you responded as a left brained person to 5questions. According to the Hemispheric Dominance test, you use your right brain the most.
Find out here which hemisphere is most dominant.
Left Brain - 54% Right Brain - 46%
Your Left Brain Percentages
42% Logical (Your most dominant characteristic)
22% Sequential (Your least dominant characteristic)
Your Right Brain Percentages
38% Nonverbal (Your most dominant characteristic)
17% Random (Your least dominant characteristic)
Read my above post...I got right brain on 2 tests, and left on one. Also...check out our percentages for the second test...54% and 46%...exactly the same...freaky...
Is there something wrong with me? I got left brain on two tests and right on the third.
Originally posted by scubagravy
reply to post by Nicodeme
How did you get an Aerosmither album name for your answer ?? 51-50?? isnt that 101%.
Anyways , i got 50-50, always do in these sorts of tests. I guess this is why i coast through most things but never overly excel in one.
[edit on 11/11/2009 by scubagravy]
I can sort of imagine how it is for people who can not get her to change direction, but what if she always is in a constant state of direction change, what does that mean?
You responded as a right brained person to 10 questions, and you responded as a left brained person to 8questions. According to the Hemispheric Dominance test, you use your right brain the most.
All these questions are somewhat subjective. Total your R s then subtract it from 22 question if the remainder is less than eleven you are right brain dominant. The smaller the remainder the higher the degree of right brain dominance. The online test returns a lot more interesting analysis.
The ultimate situation is not to have one dominant hemisphere but rather a whole brain, a golden brain a balanced brain. A cognitively enhanced brain. People that have a balanced brain might tend to choose both answers.