DMIT Analysis Report

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What Does DMIT Reveal About you?

Interpersonal Skill

It is the ability to organize people and to communicate clearly what needs to be done, to use empathy to help others and to solve problems, to discriminate and interpret among different kind of interpersonal clues and to influence and inspire others to work towards a common goal.

Intrapersonal Skills

It is the ability to access one’s own strengths, weakness, talents and interests. Use them to set goals and to understand oneself to be of service to others. To form and develop concept/theories based on an examination of oneself and to reflect on one’s inner feelings, intuitions and temperament and to use them to create and or express a personal view.

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Brain Dominance

In 1981, Dr. Roger Sperry won a Nobel Prize for his research on the Split-Brain Theory. The studies demonstrated that the left and right hemispheres are specialized in different tasks. Our left brain is responsible for our analytical and logical side while the right brain is responsible for our artistic and creative side

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IQ (Intelligence Quotient)

IQ is the ability to carry out the intelligent activity of grasping the essential in a given situation and responding.

EQ (Emotional Quotient)

EQ gives us empathy, motivation and the ability to understand one’s own and others’ emotions and act appropriately.

CQ (Creativity Quotient)

CQ is the ability to generate innovative ideas into reality. Its process involves original thinking, planned actions and producing results.

AQ (Adversity Quotient)

AQ is the ability to withstand adversity and to surmount it, which predicts who gives up and who fights back and wins.

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Learning Style

The VAK Learning Styles Model was developed by psychologists in the 1920s to classify the most common ways that people learn. According to the model, most of us prefer to learn in one of three ways: visual, auditory or kinesthetic (although, in practice, we generally "mix and match" these three styles).


A visually-dominant learner absorbs and retains information better when it is presented in pictures, diagrams and charts.


An auditory-dominant learner prefers listening to what is being presented and responds best to voices.


A kinesthetic-dominant learner prefers a physical experience, hands-on approach and responds well to being able to touch.

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Strength & Weakness

Strengths are tasks or actions you can do well. These include knowledge, proficiencies, skills, and talents. People use their traits and abilities to complete work, relate with others, and achieve goals.

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Logical Skills

The ability of an individual to think in a disciplined manner or base his thoughts on facts and evidence is known as his logical thinking skills. Very simply, logical thinking skills mean incorporating logic into one’s thinking process whenever analyzing a problem on order to come up with a solution.

Logical thinking skills require and involve a progressive analysis, for example, by weighing all available options, using facts and figures, and making important decisions based on the pros and cons. They do not take into account the elements of feelings and emotions.

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Learning Types

Affective Learner

He is able to self-discover through modifications and leverage on existing materials. His learning needs to be example-based.

Reflective Learner

He is open-minded, able to absorb a lot but may not understand it all. He needs patience and repetition in the accumulation of knowledge.

Cognitive Learner

In the pursuit of knowledge, he takes his own initiative to seek knowledge and find answers and makes self-discovery.

Critical Learner

He is creative, competitive loves challenges and thrives on setting new standards.

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Personality Type

Dr. William M. Marston was a psychologist and an anthropolgist who after studying thousands of human behaviors and their personalities developed the concept of DISC profile. It divides the human personalities into 4 categories i.e. Dominant, Influential, Steady & Compliant. DISC profile has been in use for many years for multiple purposes like sales, marketing, management, HR, alliances etc

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