Do you remember how you used to do your revisions in school and after? Which way was the most effective for you? Do you commit everything to memory, use mindmaps, make a recording of your teacher or lecturer’s lessons or carry around note cards to read on the way to school and back? Well, it turns out that the way one student studies may differ from the way a classmate does because there are different styles of learning we are individually adept for.
There are essentially four types:
- visual learners,
- auditory learners,
- read and write learners, and
- kinesthetics learners.
Each function is clearly illustrated and explained in today’s featured infographic by onlinecollege.org. You will get learning suggestions and find out which tests you are likely to excel better in than others. This will also be a helpful guide to today’s educators, especially those who are adamant that there is only one way to revise.
Tell us which is your learning style.
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