Quiz | Which Learning Style is Best For You?
The more you know about the best learning style theory suited to you, the better prepared you’ll be when it comes to learning a new skill or concept – no matter the subject.
So, what’s your learning style? Find out below!
Visual Learning is a style where a learner uses visual elements such as graphs, charts, maps and diagrams to understand particular information.
You learn the best when you can actually ‘see’ what you are studying.
Study Tips for Visual Learners:
What is Aural Learning? If you are an Aural Learner, information resonates best with you when you hear it.
This typically happens when the information is presented in a spoken language format, i.e. when in a lecture or while having a conversation. Music tends to play a massive role in your memory and general learning.
Study Tips for Aural Learners:
Verbal Learners are great with all things words – this includes both written and spoken.
They take in information best when it is read, as well as if it is discussed verbally or listened to. Verbal Learners tend to make great writers and public speakers.
Study Tips for Verbal Learners:
Kinesthetic Learners use their sense of touch and the ability to move about to help them learn best.
Kinesthetic Learning is essentially using hands-on experience to learn – you need to be ‘doing’ to understand and remember concepts.
Study Tips Kinesthetic Learners:
Logical Learners generally do well when studying maths and logical reasoning.
They learn by seeing connections and seeking out relationships between concepts. Deductive reasoning to find solutions comes with ease to Logical Learning types.
Logical Learning Styles and Tips:
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