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What is your learning style?

Note your learning strengths and things you could develop to broaden your study strengths.



LEARNING STRENGTHS
  • You don’t waste time worrying.
  • You start tasks.
  • You can motivate others.
  • You are good in role-play activities, problem-solving and crises. 
AREAS TO DEVELOP
  • Reflection and planning.
  • Creative thinking.
  • Considering alternatives.
  • Listening to and working with others.
  • Increasing your personal interest so that you can work for longer periods. 


LEARNING STRENGTHS
  • You reflect and evaluate well.
  • You are creative, with lots of ideas.
  • You get to the root of things.
  • You listen well and sensitively to others
AREAS TO DEVELOP
  • Effective learning strategies.
  • Timekeeping and organisational skills.
  • Taking responsibility for self and others.
  • Participating.
  • Setting priorities and taking decisions.
  • Assertiveness and risk-taking.

LEARNING STRENGTHS
  • You are good at analytical and critical thinking.
  • You have organisational skills.
  • You are good at science, maths, law, problem-solving.
  • You have a questioning approach.

AREAS TO DEVELOP
  • Creative and imagining thinking.
  • Sensitivity to the differences in others.
  • Personal reflection.
  • Working with others
  • Stress management.
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LEARNING STRENGTHS
  •  You have high motivation and interest.
  • You have broad general knowledge.
  • You can see connections between things.
  • You are creative and inventive.
AREAS TO DEVELOP
  • Setting goals and priorities.
  • Analytical and critical thinking.
  • Categorizing and selecting.
  • Editing skills.
  • Developing memory for detail.
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