3.2 Definition of cognitive-intellectual and creative portrait of a student

The lowest results are on the subtest «Spatial generalization» («High grade» received only

5.1 % of students). Also low results are in the subtest «Spatial Imagination» («High score»

24.8 %) and in the subtest «Numerical series» («High score» 31.4 %).

Thus, the cognitive-intellectual portrait of the first-year student of 2018 of Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics according to the method of R. Amthauer is graphically presented in Fig. 3.19.

In terms of the methodology for determining the structure of intelligence R. Amthauer, cognitive-intellectual portrait of a first-year student in 2018 at the university can be formulated as follows:

  • students are well able to work with formal and semantic features of words that are stored in short-term memory, which indicates intelligence and developed «mobile intelligence», which allows to quickly solve new problems;
  • students at a high level have the ability to abstract and classify concepts and linguistic thinking, which allows a person to use instead of images of phenomena symbolic symbols of these phenomena;
  • most students at a high level have inductive – linguistic thinking, have a wide vocabulary, a relatively high level of awareness in life and science;
  • most students have a fairly highly developed accuracy of logical distribution of information and the ability to generalize, group objects on the basis of a certain feature;
  • most students have a high level of arithmetic abilities, i.e. able to quickly perform calculations «in the mind», use algorithmic calculation procedures, analytical skills and practical mathematical thinking;
  • students at the middle level have a spatial imagination, visually – effective thinking and constructive abilities and at a low level developed abilities to three-dimensional – geometric analysis, to operate with spatial images and generalizations.

This cognitive-intellectual portrait of the student allows to make the following prognostic assessment of academic performance at the university.

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