Personality trumps intelligence when learning
from Big Think
Personality traits like conscientiousness and openness are better indicators of long-term academic success than traditional, standardized ways of measuring intelligence, according to a new study out of Griffith University. In the largest ever review of personality and academic performance, Dr. Arthur Poropat found that students' assessment of their own personality was just as good at predicting academic success as were intelligence rankings.
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