In the world we live in today, planning for a successful future takes hard work and dedication. As the job market starts to seize up, having just the average high school diploma today just doesn’t cut it. In order to have a triumphant future, one must do all they can to make themselves better than the competition in the job market. This means going above and beyond the average competitors by pursuing a college degree. One major factor that can make a college experience as least stressful as possible is by learning his or her learning style. Plus learning what jobs they want and what their skill set is.
Working toward a college degree can be a nerve racking experience. In order to accomplish this task, one must be motivated and committed in giving their best effort. My reason for pursuing a college degree is I wanted to take my career to the next level. Having a college degree is rewarding, it gives you a sense of accomplishment. By earning this degree it will open doors for me down the road witch will make me one step closer to having a successful future.
In order to succeed in college, one must be able to give their highest effort possible. In order to complete this task, a great tip is to find ones learning style. There are three major learning styles, visual learning, auditory learning, and tactile/kinesthetic learning. The way I personally learn bet is visual learning. A visual learner makes sense of, remembers, and processes things they see. Whenever someone explains something to me I always catch myself drawing a mental picture of the situation in my head. I always prefer to look at what in learning vs. listen to what I’m learning.
Before you start your college career it is extremely important to know what jobs you’re interested in and also what jobs you’re good at. After taking the test administered to me by Gilbert Education & Management Systems it was definitely an eye opener at what career options the site recommended me for. According to the...
References: • Marcia L. Conner (2004) Learn More Now 10 Simple Steps to Learning Better, Smarter, and Faster.
• G. Ronald Gilbert, Ph.D. (2011) Gilbert Education & Management Systems http://www.gilbertems.com/gilbert_wpi/report.php
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