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October 23, 2011

Follow–up on An introduction to skills development and the Warwick Skills Portfolio

Heres a summary of how I’ve been getting on with my action points

  1. Start reflecting on my previous experiences in order to avoid future mistakes and make the correct decisions

    I remember myself being unable to co-operate with different people in a group, which resulted in havening a crucial impact in my social behaviour as well as in my grades during my undergraduate course. I have now realised that I should respect and consider thoroughly all people’s thoughts which has already helped me in my group work in my masters course.

  2. Commit myself into developing my academic and professional skills by attending more workshops

    I have already attended two workshops and booked places for two others during this term

  3. Further develop my self-awareness in order to be able to recognise and confront my weaknesses

    I have found out that my note-making skills are not efficient, and having attended the note-making workshop I decided to start using the Cornell method of taking notes.

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