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Identify Candidates Who can See Problems from Multiple Viewpoints

Unusual Logic

Definition

The ability to see outside the box or see a problem from other viewpoints making problem solving easier or in some cases possible.

What the Trait is NOT

A measure of creativeness.

SPECIAL NOTE

This is by far the most important of all the logic traits.

Closely Related Traits

  • Discernment
  • Draw Conclusions
  • Analytical Intelligence

Closely Related Tests

  • Sales, People, and Logic Test
  • People and Logic Test

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Low Range

Extreme Low Range

Less than 25. Because there is only one right answer out of 5 for each question, 20 could be achieved by just guessing answers. This person is very poor at being able to see outside the box or see a problem from other viewpoints thus not being able to solve unusual problems.

Poor Range

Low Range

26 to 38. This person is poor at being able to see outside the box or see a problem from other viewpoints thus not being able to solve unusual problems.

Ok Range

Borderline Range

39 to 49. This person is borderline at being able to see outside the box or see a problem from other viewpoints thus making problem solving more difficult.

Good Range

Medium Range

50 to 56. This person is OK at being able to see outside the box or see a problem from other viewpoints thus making problem solving easier.

High Range

High Range

57 to 69. This person is good at being able to see outside the box or see a problem from other viewpoints thus making problem solving easier.

High Range

Extreme High Range

70 to 100. This person is very good at being able to see outside the box or see a problem from other viewpoints thus being able to solve most difficult problems.