I’m not CT but I’ve got a certificate from his neurotyping the founding principles course.
Based on your scores it looks like you’re a type 3 with high acetylcholine. Each neurotype has a combination of 3 profiles.
Type 1B usually has a decent amount of 2A and 3 traits while a type 3 mostly has 2B and 1A traits. Since you scored fairly low on 2A and have a higher score on 2B, my guess would be that you’re more oriented towards a type 3 (unless you weren’t brutally honest with yourself while taking the test). Also, your type 1A and 3 scores were consistenly higher than your 2A scores in the main, secondary and other subtotals and your 2B subtotals were 2 times out of 3 higher than your 2A subtotals, both interesting clues.
The very high acetylcholine score is a bit unusual but does occur with type 3’s.
This is what CT has to say about the credibility of the Braverman test:
"The Braverman assessment was utilized for similar purposes to the Neurotyping system but it is extremely limited in some regards. For example, it only assesses 4 of the main neurotransmitters and disregards the two most important activating neurotransmitters (noradrenaline/adrenaline and glutamate).
It is also imprecise in other aspects, for example, the “dopamine” questions are in large part applicable to an adrenaline dominance.
Finally, it makes some incorrect diagnostics, for example, that a high dopamine score indicates a high level of dopamine whereas it really indicates a high sensitivity to dopamine, which normally comes with a low dopamine level."
Just take an honest, closer look at your personality and your preferred training/diet regimen:
- What makes you feel good and perform at your best (high carb or high fat)?
- Do you tend to overthink and plan everything in advance?
- Do you have an insatiable drive for learning and understanding things in great detail?
- Are you a routine animal and hate it when things happen unexpectedly or when last minute changes are made in your plans?
- Are you more intorverted and don’t seek new social connections or can you interact easily with anyone?
- Are you creative and can you easily acces information and memories on different topics?
- Are you a master at redirecting conversations?
- Can you learn new movements effortlessly?
- Are you naturally explosive?
- Do you get amped up easily or do you require a lot of time to get in the zone when training?
- What works better for you mentally and physically: high or low volume, high or low intensity, explosiveness or slow, mindful contractions?
If you think about these questions, the answers will directly push you towards your true neurotype.