How would you rate yourself with your level of nerd? This is not to put anyone in a box but rather to help you understand who you are as an out-of-the-box thinker. We all have certain level of Nerdatonium in our blood that makes us the unique people that we are.
Here are the levels that we do know about. Levy classified them in order to understand how people think as nerds. The three he mentioned are below.
Where you do rate yourself?
Class Five Nerd
You like ideas, but don’t always have to share them.
You might choose a physical activity over a mental one most of the time.
You have smarts, but don’t really want to be associated with other thinkers.
You are very comfortable in a social setting.
Class Three Nerd
You are comfortable being a listener, but will share ideas freely.
You choose an activity that suits your needs at any given time.
You don’t have a problem being seen as a out-of-the-box thinker.
There are times you fit into a social setting and other times you can feel a bit awkward.
Class One Nerd
You like to share your ideas freely, even if others don’t seem interested.
You would rather do a mental activity over anything physical.
You are thinker and
love to be around others like me most of the time, or by myself.
I can be rather awkward in a social setting at times.
If you ask me, I would love to say that I am a Class Three Nerd. However,
I tend to lean towards a 2.5 or a 2.0 in reality. Again, this is for your own self and something to think about as you interact with others. I think knowing how people think and interact with others helps you to be a little more patient and understanding of others around you.
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