The use of multifactor regression analysis allowed to assess the dependence of scores in the certificates of external evaluation in mathematics (*ZMAT*) on the coefficient of intellectual development (*IQ*), level of creativity (*CL*), level of emotional intelligence (*EI*):

Thus, the scores in the external evaluation certificates in mathematics (*ZMAT*)** **depend only on the coefficient of intellectual development** **(*IQ*)** **and do not depend on the level of creativity (*CL*)** **and the level of emotional intelligence (*EI*). The last two influencing factors were not significant according to statistical criteria.

The coefficient of determination shows that 18.5 % of the variability of scores in the external evaluation certificates in mathematics** **(*ZMAT*)** **depend only on the coefficient of intellectual development** **(*IQ*). Of course, this is a small part of the variability, so further research is needed to find out what other factors affect the number of points in the external evaluation certificates in mathematics.

Thus, the influence of emotional intelligence and level of creativity on the number of points in the external evaluation certificates in mathematics is not established. Perhaps this is due to the insufficient development of EI in first-year students at our university.

Examples given in [21, 22], substantiate the significant impact of EI personality on learning outcomes and professional activities. However, with regard to the impact on learning outcomes in high school, the author’s calculations given in this section and other works refute this statement! Perhaps the impact of the level of emotional intelligence and creativity on the results of university studies will be more significant and can be recorded by quantitative methods.

Thus, the influence of the components of cognitive-intellectual, emotional-intellectual portraits of individuals and their creative potential on the success of learning in secondary school was assessed. In fact, the influence of these indicators on the number of points in the external evaluation certificates was studied.