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Different people learn in different ways, this is because we all have different learning styles. There are many factors that influence peoples learning styles and processes. Some of these include; attitude - if someone takes an 'I don't care' attitude to your work then they wont do as well. They need to have a positive attitude and a clear mind to enable them to do their work to the full potential. Motivation - if someone is motivated to do something and they really want to get there and how much they want to get there, they will do it, however, if they feel it will not help them in any way then they will be less motivated resulting in putting it off until the last minute. Health - if someone has health problems that keep coming back, i.e. ...read more.


Other possibilities for finding it hard to complete work may be that you don't have a computer or any books, this means you will have to make time to go to the library or round to a friends to complete work, which makes it harder to complete your work. At the start of the programme I completed my GCSEs and I believe I got good results. I had good communication skills as I was used to being in groups and meeting new people. I had experience in looking after individuals as I have a babysitting job. I was a very skilled person, I like to learn new skills and use them in everyday life. I valued people as people, I didn't realise that some people have different needs. However, I did understand that people are human beings and have feelings; they need to be treated with respect and care. ...read more.


Health - I have frequent recurrences of tonsillitis, this causes me to be absent, and however, I am considering getting my tonsils removed to prevent future absences. Responsibilities - I have some responsibilities at home, these include, babysitting and housework. I make sure that I have done my assignments before I baby-sit and after doing my part of the housework. This seems to have worked so far. Relationships - I currently have a boyfriend, he supports me through college and makes sure that I have my assignments completed before going out. I have a close relationship with my mother too. She helps me through tough assignments; this allows me to understand the assignment as I talk to her about it. Learning environment - I have no issues with the environment in which I learn, I have a computer and Internet access at home. I also have a library card. I have a quiet and well-lit space to study at home. ...read more.

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