Do different subjects require different kinds of intelligence?
I think psychology for example should be doable by anyone of sufficient IQ (IQ should take into account different intelligences such that basic divisions don't matter) since it addresses all people, so you could specialise to the psychology of your own intelligence type. Mathematics is necessarily logic heavy unless you purely rote learn. Rote learning itself is a particular kind of intelligence. Some who go poorly in school due to this may possess different intelligence than what is tested.
Which subjects are more sensible, which require more intuition? Which can be done with either?
Which subjects are more logical, which have higher emotional content? Which can be done with either?
For jobs, things like the DISC profile are partly assessing other type correlated aspects, such as being SP, or SJ (at least this is how it seems to me).