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Publisher: Perigee
Release Date: March 2004
ISBN: 0399529519
Format Reviewed: Paperback
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Genre: Non-fiction/Self Help
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Lynda E. Lukow
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How Do You Compare?
By Andrew N. Williams

      Do you love taking tests that reveal the "real" you? You know, how smart are you? How well do you interact socially? Are you using your innate abilities to their utmost potential? What's hidden in the deepest recesses of your psyche? If you answered yes to any-or all-of these questions, grab a copy of How Do You Compare? find a pencil, and get ready to have a lot of fun while gaining some insight.

      Each section begins with a bit of background about the area to be tested, such as the difference between intelligence and IQ. Professional psychologists created each test to help uncover hidden strengths and weaknesses. After each test, you'll find how your score compares to others. Thankfully, these comparisons are written in everyday language-no clinical terms or psychobabble included. In addition, if you're not satisfied with your results, Mr. Williams includes advice on how to improve yourself.

      With twelve tests between the covers of one book, How Do You Compare is a test-taker's delight.