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As a student attending school, it is important to know that there are many different learning styles. Knowing and understanding these learning styles can benefit the student throughout school and in life. Each learning style has disadvantages and advantages. If you understand your learning style, you could benefit three ways: academically, by giving yourself a head start and maximizing your learning potential; personally, by giving you insight to your strengths, weaknesses and habits; and professionally, by translating learning power into earning power. (Benefits, 2010)
While going back to school can be very overwhelming at times, it will be worth all the hard work and dedication when you complete your college degree. It has always been my personal goal to complete my college education. By completing my college degree I would not only benefit from it personally but I would benefit from it professionally as well. Once I complete my college degree, I would be able to compete for supervisory law enforcement positions and other opportunities with greater responsibility. Having that competitive edge of both experience and education will demonstrate to future employers that I possess discipline, motivation and the drive to succeed. Additionally, I would like my children to attend and complete college as well. If a positive example is set for my children, they will follow in my footsteps and become proactive in pursuing a college degree knowing their parents have a higher expectation for them to do better. (Moldoff, n.d.)
The first inventory learning style site I chose was inventory number two (Felder & Soloman, n.d.). Felder and Soloman posed 44 questions and gave results pertaining to the learning styles when the assessment was complete. Inventory number two stated I was an Active, Sensing, Visual and Sequential learner. For...