My weaker skills involved my lack of leadership skills and the ability to delegate tasks to my peers. Throughout the project I tended to follow given orders given by my partners instead of organise or direct them. However, I believe that my strong teamwork skills made up for my weaknesses as I worked well, and was reliable, allowing the work to get done just as well.
Personally, I work better alone rather than in a team, which opened up opportunities for working independently to meet deadlines for the group project. When I was assigned work by the team, who negotiated and split up workloads, I was much quicker at gathering the research alone.
Although I work well independently, I have many commitments at home such as caring for my horses, and work which threatens my time management skills. Despite organising my time, I cannot always plan for emergencies such as being needed suddenly for work, or prolonged time being spent at the yard where the horses are kept.
My academic skills, I believe, are much stronger than my transferable skills. One particular skill I believe I am strong in is reading, and finding the relevant information from articles and reputable websites. I find I can use my reading skills to skim over unimportant or unneeded information