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Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Vol 35 no. 19. 3rd August 1972

A. Abilities

A. Abilities

What can you do best?

Think of your activities at the university and before you came here, while studying, and during your spare time.

Mark three of the items which you think fit you most accurately.

Keep it real.

  • Creative - showing originality in developing and designing, or producing unusual ideas and answers to problems.
  • Fluent - being quick, clear and accurate in speaking, debating and discussions in seminars.
  • Influential - taking the lead in groups, and persuading others to follow you ideas and suggestions.
  • Manual - using you hands with skill to make, alter or repair things.
  • Mathematical - clear understanding of mathematical concepts, scientific formulae and applying them to solve scientific and technical problems.
  • Mechanical - understanding how to build, modify, or repair gadgets and machinery.
  • Methodical - being careful and accurate, especially with grammar, spelling, facts and figures.
  • Physical - developing a high standard of performance in sports.
  • Verbal - learning quickly by reading, and expressing ideas and feelings on paper with clarity and precision.