Learning Styles Questionnaire By Honey And Mumford My Scores

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After completing the Learning Styles Questionnaire by Honey and Mumford my scores were Reflector- 9, Theorist- 8, Pragmatist- 8, and Activist- 7. Comparing my scores with the provided descriptions of learning styles, I was not surprised by the results and the explanations. The probability of combinations of learning styles was listed, with Reflector/Theorist occurring the most. However, my results could easily be either Reflector/Theorist or Reflector/Pragmatist or a combination of all four styles. I am unsure if it is possible to be a “well-rounded” learner, but my scores suggest I have strong characteristics of all four styles of learning: Reflector, Theorist, Pragmatist, and Activist.
The scoring did not illustrate a dramatic deviation from the highest (Reflector-9) and lowest (Activist-7), and I attribute this to my adaptability. The limitation in scoring within the Activist style is the tendency to center all activities on oneself. I have reached a point where my personal ego is well satisfied and I do not need to be the center of attention. Rather, I tend to focus that energy in assisting the development of skills and abilities of others. However, I’m not afraid to lead when I feel my skills and abilities are necessary for the success of the group or believe the group lacks confidence in their direction.
Since beginning my undergraduate studies, I was challenged to develop and adapt my learning styles to numerous activities and situations. Additionally, I have controlled every aspect of my life and developed into a “do-it-yourself” type. No matter what the situation, I had to improvise, adapt and overcome the tasks presented. Often, requiring to challenge me to learn, explore and apply n...

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