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Abimael Hernandez SLS 1501 02/04/2019 Week 4 Journal #1 VARK Questionnaire My results for the VARK questionnaire were: seven for visual, four for aural, five for read and write, and three for kinesthetic. I was not too surprised with my results because I know that I prefer to learn mostly visually. Learning visually includes looking at charts, graphs, symbols, and other visual means. (Gardner 53) This might change the way I study because I would do more research on pictures that have a lot to do with a certain topic, to get a visual that explains all the content needed in a topic. The PowerPoint gives tips on how to study according to your learning style, and for visual learners with speaking included, it is easier to learn in groups, watching PowerPoint presentations, and seeing colors in the visuals. I like color coded notes, because it helps me find information quicker, and somehow memorize things faster. Finally, these results will change the way I approach my education because I’ll be paying more attention to every image or graph, and I will be listening more before I start learning hands-on tasks. #2 Personality Test My results for the personality test are: fifty-seven percent extraverted and forty-three percent introverted, fifty-two percent intuitive and forty-eight percent observant, forty-nine percent thinking and fifty-one percent feeling, seventy-five percent judging and twenty-five percent prospecting, and fifty-seven percent assertive and forty-three percent turbulent. All of this shortened together makes the ENFJ-A personality, also called the protagonist. ENFJ-A stands for: Extraversion, which refers to taking action, Intuitive, which means to get ideas, Feeling, which means to make informed value judgements, Judging, which means to organize and plan, and assertive, which means resistant to stress. (Garner 59-60) The results did not
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