- The level of a person’s emotional intelligence, often as represented by a score in a standardized test: her emotional quotient was below averageMore example sentences
- This can help students to develop their emotional quotient and social consciousness.
- The emotional quotient of a child is important, but this question is hardly addressed in this knowledge-based education.
- In fact, service is its big thing: staff had to pass an EQ exam (emotional quotient, apparently) to prove they can anticipate your needs before you know them yourself.
More definitions of emotional quotientDefinition of emotional quotient in:
- The US English dictionary