By Shaun Archer
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I discovered that once I can find some practical application for a given fact which I had to learn, it in turn makes it real to me and I never forget it. That is one of my personal tricks and it's all based on knowing the way I learn. The same is true of you. No matter how poorly you "test" now or how slow you seem to be, all you need to do is access your own God-given abilities, strengths and learning style and those exams will just seem to melt before your very eyes. So enough build-up, on to the learning styles.
For some reason those words hit me (like a bag of squash) and I thought to myself. I might have options now, but if I don't go back to university I may not later. So off to school I went. My student advisor was willing to work with me but there was a problem. There was a rule then, I don't know if it still exists, but it basically stated that if you fail a course twice, you cannot retake it. I guess they figure you are either not serious enough or too dim for that particular course. I had failed certain key Biology courses so many times that there were not enough courses left in the Biology syllabus for which I was eligible in order for me to obtain the credits required for a major in Biology.
In answer to this question I can only share my own experience and hope it can help you find the courage to try it honestly. I graduated from University in 1999 with a degree in Biology and promptly joined the IT workforce. Even back then, you didn't debate with an employer about your qualifications. If they believed a Biology major qualified me to handle the web design and development position they had available…well…who was I to argue? About a year later I heard about IT certifications and I figured it would be a good idea to get one to prove my ability.