Learning Styles Survey

You are a

Kinesthetic Learner

You learn by

T touching
D doing
H hearing
L listening
L looking
S seeing

Learning Styles

Understand the Learning Styles and how they relate to you

38%Kinesthetic
32%Auditory
30%Visual

Whatever your strongest Learning Style(s) results are, the best way to learn something is to try to use all three Learning Style approaches whenever you can. Because different activities use different parts of our brain, when we use different ways to do or learn the same thing, our minds do a better job of remembering it.

Kinesthetic

38%

If you are a kinesthetic learner, you prefer to learn by touching and doing. You likely need to be active, take frequent breaks, and make gestures when you talk and explain something. Your preference is for hands-on experiences, tasks that involve manipulating materials, and you appreciate physically expressed encouragement when you communicate.

Study Tips

  • Participate in more hands-on tasks during learning
  • Use Flash cards to sort concepts
  • Study in short blocks of time and give yourself breaks
  • Construct a model or representation of concepts

Auditory

32%

Being an auditory learner means you learn by hearing and listening. You might prefer to listen to audio books or podcasts, hum or talk to yourself often when you are studying, and enjoy acquiring knowledge by reading aloud. What is most important is that you hear what is being instructed.

Study Tips

  • Record yourself reading your notes and listen to them
  • Talk with someone about the topic
  • Repeat information with your eyes closed
  • Listen to recorded media related to the subject

Visual

30%

As a visual learner, you learn by looking and seeing. You probably like to take numerous detailed notes, tend to sit in the front, often close your eyes to visualize or remember something, and benefit from illustrations and presentations that use colour.

Study Tips

  • Underline or highlight key ideas in your notes
  • Use graphic organizers (i.e., mind map, Venn diagram, web)
  • Pause, and try to create a mental image in your mind, or pause, and draw a visual representation
  • Turn concepts into charts and diagrams

Interests Survey

Your interest type is

The Professional (EC)

Your two Primary Interest traits are

1 Enterprising
2 Conventional

Overview

Learn about your interest type

The Professional

Persuasive and proper, the Professional always has a plan. They are ambitious and good at organizing and sorting through information. They also have excellent people skills which makes them well suited for managing both people and projects. They are at home in an environment where there are well established rules and where professionalism is required. When you need somebody to create a plan or to drive a project forward, get a Professional.

Interest Traits

Learn all about your interest traits

Enterprising

73%

Enterprising occupations often involve the world of business. They regularly involve starting and driving new projects. Enterprising occupations frequently require leadership and management skills and the willingness to take risks.

Conventional

60%

Conventional occupations focus on information and the tools required to analyze, organize and understand information. They also include activities such as creating plans, processes and routines. These occupations usually provide an environment where things are well organized and roles and tasks are clearly defined.

Motivations Survey

Your Top Motivation Factor is

Working Conditions

What’s that?

You want to work somewhere amazing. It could be somewhere with excellent benefits, a high salary, job security or fantastic teammates. Whatever it is, you want to work in a place that meets your definition of good working conditions.

Overview

1Working Conditions

Primary Motivation FactorThe conditions in which an individual works. Working conditions can include (but aren’t limited to) the physical environment (indoors, outdoors, sitting, standing, etc.), stress and noise levels, degree of safety/danger, benefits, wages and amenities, job security and job requirements.

2Recognition

Secondary Motivation Factor

  1. The acknowledgement of achievement, service, merit, etc.; often in the form of some token of appreciation.
  2. Formal acknowledgement that conveys approval or endorsement.

While a celebrity might not want to be recognized when they’re trying to have a quiet day out with a friend, most of us enjoy some level of recognition for the work that we do. That recognition might come in the form of an award, a promotion or a sincere “Thank You!” for something we’ve done. It could be the celebrity that comes along with being a famous (or notorious) performer or public figure. Recognition might even come in the form of increased responsibility, managing a team, important activities or large budgets.

Additional Motivation Factors

Learn all about your motivation factors

Relationships

Whether it’s a classmate, a teammate, or a customer, you want to form friendships and connections with the people around you. You value friendly, honest, and cooperative environments where teamwork and support are the norm.

Independence

You might be given a specific task and a deadline but you’re happy as long as you can set your own schedule, direction and pace. You need the chance to try out your own ideas and won’t shy away from taking responsibility for your own actions.

Knowledge Survey

Your Top Subject Area Is

Physical Education

Your second and third subject areas are

2 Technical Trades
3 Language Arts

Subject Areas

Physical Education

100%

Physical Education courses help you understand and appreciate a healthy and active lifestyle. Topics may include: Sports, Wellness and Health Sciences.

Technical Trades

94%

Technical & Trades courses help you learn skills to design and create products using different tools, equipment, and software. Topics may include: Agriculture, Cosmetology, Foods and Construction.

Career Clusters

Based on your top Subject Areas you might like a career in:

Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security

This cluster includes everything from law enforcement, correction services, emergency and fire management, public protection and legal service and aids. Related tasks include planning, managing and leading teams to developing and maintaining professional practices.

Law: This field involves providing legal advice, drafting legal documents and representing clients in legal negotiations. Professional law positions include lawyers, notaries, para legals, judges, attorney and solicitors. Lawyers can represent clients from a variety of fields including corporate, criminal, real estate, insurance and many other.

Public Safety: This field includes all the occupations that are dedicated to implementing and maintaining public safety such as police officers, fire fighters, paramedics etc.

Corrections: This field involves all aspects and stages a criminal’s prison sentence. Different stages of the correction process include the imprisonment, management of prison time served and the rehabilitative programs for inmates such as classification, counselling, and recreation.

Security: This field focuses on the private security measures. It can be is responsible not only for protecting many national institutions and critical infrastructure systems, but also for protecting intellectual property and sensitive corporate information.

Interested in a career in Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security?

Personality Survey

Your Personality Type is

INFP (The Healer)

What’s that?

I Introverted
N iNtuiting
F Feeling
P Perceiving

Your Results

Explore your personality results below. The graphs display how your four dimension results come together to create your personality type.

Energy

Where you prefer to focus your attention

EExtraversion
IIntraversion

Information Gathering

The way you prefer to process information

SSensing
NIntuition

Decision Making

How you prefer to make decisions

TThinking
FFeeling

Lifestyle and Structure

How you prefer to deal with the outside world

JJudging
PPerceiving

Overview

INFP (The Healer)

INFPs prefer to work independently and tend to feel more at ease when alone or in a small group. They also tend to be reflective and self-aware, and enjoy thinking about ideas. Although INFPs may have good social skills, they generally prefer to avoid the spotlight as well as small talk, and may prefer written communication over verbal. They’re also more likely to think before speaking and have good impulse control.

INFPs need room to explore and to be creative without constraints. When approaching a task, they prefer flexibility and options to concrete goals and deadlines. They may also believe that structure and planning interferes with creative processes, and will avoid routine and schedules. INFPs likely have difficulty planning and prefer to “dive into” a project, sometimes appearing haphazard in their approach. They may also be disorganized in their ideas and have difficulty explaining these ideas to others. When dealing with information, INFPs tend to collect as much of it as possible and to look for the big picture, rather than focusing on details, which makes INFPs good at forming connections and spotting emerging trends. However, they likely overthink things and that, combined with their aversion to details and structure, may mean they struggle to accomplish their tasks.

When faced with a decision, INFPs tend to consider how it will affect others, and are likely viewed by others as being caring and considerate. They also tend to be flexible in their thinking and recognize the complexity of issues, rather than seeing things as being “black or white”. INFPs put more emphasis on teamwork and getting along, and their supportive nature may mean that they put the needs of others before their own or are easily persuaded.

Personality Matches

You share your personality type with…
Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

Actress, HumanitarianPrincess Diana

Princess Diana

Princess of WalesVincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh

Painter