International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part D (2018)
An explorative study of multiple intelligence levels of secondary school students with reference to gender
Performance of the individual as a person, citizen, as worker and as a student largely depends upon the intelligence he/she possesses. An intelligent person has the ability to adjust himself to the changing circumstances with ease, efficiency and speed. This study aimed to identify the types of multiple intelligences among secondary level (Grade 9, 10, 11 & 12) students from Kailali, Nepal in light of Gardner's theory. To achieve this aim, the Multiple Intelligences Test (MIT) was administered on a study sample consisting of (300) students from four (two public and two private) schools. The results of the study showed that the naturalistic intelligence ranked first, while the linguistic intelligence came last, and that there were statistically significant differences on the naturalistic intelligence and interpersonal intelligence, while there were not statistically significant differences on the rest of the intelligences attributed to the gender differences. The study concluded with suggesting many recommendations.
How to cite this article:
Dasarath Neupane, Prayag Joshi, Chandrakala Dawadi. An explorative study of multiple intelligence levels of secondary school students with reference to gender. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(3):257-261.