What's Your Learning Style

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1. What is your Jung Typology profile?
(ISTJ, ISFJ, INFJ, INTJ, ISTP, ISFP, INFP, INTP, ESTP, ESFP, ENFP, ENTP, ESTJ, ESFJ, ENFJ, ENTJ)
ENTJ
2. What does your Jung Typology profile type indicate about yourself? (Refer to the TypeLogic[->0] or Know Your Type[->1] link)
Extraverted iNtuitive Thinking Judging (check http://www.123test.com/ENTJ-personality-type/) for answer
3. What is your primary learning style(s) from the SmarterMeasure assessment?
(Aural, Solitary, Verbal, Visual, Physical, Logical, Social)
My primary learning style per SmarterMeasure was Verbal, Visual, Social, Solitary, Logical, Aural and Physical.
4. What does your primary learning style tell you about yourself? (Refer to the Learning Styles summary in your SmarterMeasure results)
My primary learning style shows that I’m a verbal person, I prefer to use word in learning, when words are verbalized I do better.
5. What is your VARK score?
(Visual, Aural, Read/Write, Kinesthetic, Multimodal)
Visual Strategies, Aural Strategies, Read/Write Strategies, Kinesthetic Strategies
6. What does your VARK score tell you about yourself? (Refer to your results or the helpsheet[->2] via the VARK webpage)
To learn actively by using different graphic and gesture strategies, listening to lectures asking questions and taking notes in class.it also encourages me to talk to other students, read my notes aloud if possible, use a tape recorder or talk to my teacher.
7. How do your VARK results compare to the SmarterMeasure learning styles assessment? Which assessment do you feel is more accurate? Or do you feel they both measure you accurately?
There both look like a practical match, my first two learning choices remained the same, Visual and Aural, the other choices might fit-in in any position but I do like it better when I see and hear a lecture.
8. Do you feel your Jung Typology results are…...

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