In your report:
Identify the specific test you took, and provide an active link to that
Compare the test items in that test with the kinds of things that should be included in tests of intelligence that would correspond to the types of intelligence described by Thurman, Gardner, and Sternberg.
Try to find, and discuss, any information that indicates anything about the validity and reliability (Review Chapter 1, pages 54 and 55) of the test you took. If you cannot find any such information, use your best judgment to determine how that test might fare.
Use "proper" terminology throughout.
Compare the results of the first intelligence test that you took with
the results of this one.
Did both tests provide approximately the same indication of intelligence, or is there a significant difference between the two assessments?
What aspects of your own intelligence, as identified by Thurstone, Gardner, and/or Sternberg, do these tests measure adequately? Not measure adequately?
Which test do you think gives the more accurate indication of your actual level of intelligence?
Have you ever taken an actual Intelligence Test (one of those discussed in the textbook)? How did the results of that test compare to the results produced by these two tests?