Altuistic (compassion). Students of this type are kind, responsive, and compassionate. In their childhood, if they were attacked by a bully, they would not fight to spare the aggressor any pain, while stoically bearing their own pain. They are selfless and devote their lives to helping others, protecting the weak, and taking care of the sick and elderly.
This type of student is always good to have in a school. They will cause few problems, make everyone feel welcome in the school, and will be extremely helpful in all aspects of the school. They may be counted on to help out whenever they can. These types of students also make good instructors since they enjoy helping others.
Research. Students of this type are creative, desirous of knowledge, inventive, seek to understand the essence of all things, and strive to find cause and effect connections. They forego the comforts of life and family in their quest for knowledge.
This type of student needs to know the reason why something is done a certain way. They do not just want to be told to block a certain way, they want to know why they should block that way, and if they do not agree with the explanation, they will seek to find a better way to do the block. When dealing with this type of student, you had better know what you are talking about and not just be repeating something some instructor told you. This type of students keeps a martial art progressing so it will not stagnate or fall behind times. They help an art shed itself of useless methods and help it develop new methods.