The first E.Q. test I took was geared towards someone in the workplace. It asked questions with hypothetical situations that could arise at work, then listed four choices you could make in response to the situation. I scored a 55%, which falls in the average range. The second E.Q. test I took was similar to . . .
Mr. Bill McNamara
Last Monday in psychology class I was paired with one of my classmates, N.K. We were to interview one another to learn about some of our interests and beliefs. We did not know each other very well, so each response would be like uncovering a piece of a puzzle to figure out who the other person is and what . . .