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Hints for the Global and Analytical

Count the number of "Yes" answers you wrote after odd numbers. How many were there? Count the number of "Yes"answers you wrote after even numbers. How many were there? If you wrote "Yes" for more of the odd numbers your primary learning style is ANALYTICAL. If you wrote "Yes"for more of the even numbers your primary learning style is

GLOBAL. Read below to find out more about your learning style. After each item ask yourself, "Does that sound like me?"

IF YOU ARE ANALYTICAL YOU TEND TO:

1. be good with details and be very organized

2. work independently very well

3. be a good problem solver and have a lot of patience

4. like to do things in new ways

5. concentrate easily without getting distracted

6. finish one task before moving on to the next

IF YOU ARE ANALYTICAL YOU MAY HAVE TROUBLE:

1. working with others in a group to get a task done

2. sharing personal stories at work and/or at school

3. being forced to so something in a specific way

4. getting to the main point when telling a story

5. getting directions from someone who talks a lot about himself in the process

6. writing letters or essays quickly

HINTS FOR THE GLOBAL AND ANALYTICAL, cont.

IF YOU ARE GLOBAL YOU TEND TO:

1. enjoy working with others

2. do several things at the same time

3. focus on the big picture rather than the details

4. tell a story that gets to the point easily

5. follow instructions easily

6. share examples from your life which relate to what you are learning

IF YOU ARE GLOBAL YOU MAY HAVE TROUBLE:
1. being organized.

2. concentrating for long periods of time on one thing.

3. working hard without getting recognition from your boss or teacher.

4. remembering the details of an assignment or task.

5. being competitive with another person.

6. learning something step by step without knowing what the whole picture is going to be.


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