While I can be quite good at rigorous types of thinking, I am actually much better at open-ended types of problems. This to some simply means philosophy, but that is not true. I can be very good at scientific fields - as long as they are open-ended. That includes, but is not limited to, engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, economics, etc. Some would also assume that I am bad at logic, but that is not true. I can be quite good, so long as the problems are open-ended. For instance, strategy games call for logic, but they are open-ended. Therefore, I can destroy people at these games. Mathematical proofs simply cannot be done in an open-ended way. Hence why I am not good. Period. WRT logical reasoning in general, I am actually quite good. That is all.