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Tips to Improve Your Learning Style

Sanobar Chagani, Staff Writer

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Find your learning style using the what’s your learning style quiz, then use the tips below to improve your techniques.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Visual learners

  • Draw maps, charts and graphs to help stay organized
  • Create diagrams and outlines for key terms and ideas
  • Watch videos and use pictures to better comprehend lessons
  • Use or create graphics to study for tests

Auditory learners

  • Read notes and information out loud
  • Listen to music to help concentrate while studying
  • Record lectures during class
  • Make up songs to concentrate while studying

Physical learners

  • Use hands-on activities to learn information
  • Flashcards allow movement, so they can help with studying
  • Practice athletics and sports during breaks for concentration

Verbal learners

  • Read information out loud to others
  • Teach others. This can often help review information
  • Create videos of yourself lecturing
  • Make mnemonic devices to memorize terms

Logical learners

  • Write down facts and gather data about the subject that is being studied
  • Create lists and analyze the content using highlighters
  • Don’t just memorize things. Understanding reasons and concepts allows memorization
  • Over analyzing can lead to distraction. Focus on important and key aspects of facts

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