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My top 3 multiple intelligences are: 1. Intrapersonal 2. Interpersonal 3. Musical/ Rhythm
I can use the 3 multiple intelligences to be successful in academically by setting time for myself either to study or to communicate with others. And for professional to set goals and always accomplish them.

3 Multiple Intelligence | Academically | Professional | Examples | Intrapersonal | I prefer to study alone.I have the ability to get others to listen to me.I have to have time alone to think and to remember new information. | I know what I want and I set goals to accomplish it.I don’t always talk about my accomplishments with others. | * To be successful in academically way, the best is to study alone. * In professional way the best is to set goals for short and long time. | Interpersonal | I enjoy leadership’s abilities.I communicate very well with people. | I can recognize with people attitudes and emotions.I am good at solving people’s problem/ conflicts. | * In academically way is to enjoy activities at school. Interact with others. * In professional way is to communicate with team group. Ask question and make up new ideas. | Musical/ Rhythm | I need to study with music. | I often sing or hum to myself, that way I focus on my work better. | * In academically way to study with music is the best. I can focus on my work listening to the beat of the music. * In professionally way is when I am at work to hum music so I can be relaxed and focus on what I am doing.…...

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