Are you an introvert or extrovert in the classroom?
Decide whether the following scenarios sound like you, and we'll tell you your student personality type! Most people have a mix of qualities, but knowing more about yourself will help you optimize your personal habits. In the end, both introverts and extroverts bring unique strengths to learning environments.
My extracurriculars consist of independent research, reading, writing, and similarly isolated settings. *
Group discussions always bring out my lively side to debate with my peers. *
If I don't understand a concept, I feel more comfortable talking to the teacher one-on-one than in front of others. *
I raise my hand in class whenever an idea or question pops into my mind. *
I feel relieved when the teacher assigns partners instead of letting us choose. *
When given the choice, I regularly opt for individual projects rather than group projects. *
My extracurriculars consist of activities like theater, speech and debate, chorus, and similarly interactive settings. *
I easily volunteer to read aloud and present to the class when possible. *
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