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My Learning Style

a startup idea shared by Tom Bailey on 09/25/2019

Different students have different learning styles. The three common styles among students are: a visual learning style which allows a student to learn best through seeing and visualizing; an auditory learning style which helps a student to gather more facts through listening to lectures and audio materials; and a tactile learning style in which it is important for a learner to keep notes and trace words as he/she is pronouncing them. It is achieved through frequent repetition of words and concepts in question until comprehension. The purpose of this paper is to analyze my personal learning style and to find a balance between the different surveys that determined my style. An astonishing coincidence is that the two inventories taken indicate that I am a visual learner. Therefore, I am motivated to gain skills in both theory and practice, which will help me in my future education and career. Tom Bailey is an expert writer at https://qualityessay.com. The main area he works with is an academic field.

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