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There are almost as many ways to learn as there are subjects to study, and knowing your learning style can be the difference between a graduating and dropping out. Some people learn best at night; others in the morning. Some people learn best by reading; others through a lecture. Some people prefer music; others dead silence. There’s rote memorization, copying lessons, study groups and studying solo. When you put these and other learning styles together it makes for a formula almost as complicated as calculus. So how do you learn your specific learning style? L... More
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Personality profiles and surveys have gone as high-tech as the students taking them. Gone are the days of the Rorschach test and flash cards. Not gone are the reasons students still need to take personality tests. The Purpose of High School Personality Tests It’s difficult to know what you want to do at a young age, but students should really start focusing on their career interests by 8th or 9th grade. This gives them four years to prepare and implement their career (and college) plans. Personality tests are a great way to let a student’s passions, likes and disl... More