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Checkpoint Week 2 Psychology

Checkpoint Week 2 Psychology - Checkpoint Skills Assessment...

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Unformatted text preview: Checkpoint: Skills Assessment Activity I believe that this skill assessment activity for the most part can’t always be a valid test of someone’s skills. According to the results in which Fibel and Hale had set as a measure of how I would succeed in the future, the social-cognitive theory of how motivated I would become in the facing of difficult challenges, I still hold firm that this can be an inaccurate assessment. I maybe basing my answers to the questions from my past and self-esteem issues can have a bearing on how we as individuals see ourselves. Most people are not always positive about themselves, some people their experiences in the past are what they will base such test on. I also believe that if a person is aware of the areas in which they need to improve then they will take the steps to improve in those areas. Some skills can’t be measured in a test, some people may not always accurately write down all the steps in order to show a step in a particular skill in a particular job. accurately write down all the steps in order to show a step in a particular skill in a particular job....
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