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Get all you notes, study guides, and test reviews together
Know what kind of studying works for you Getting Started There are 3 types of learning styles.
What works better for you? Auditory Visual Kinesthetic You need to know how you learn ,
so you can study better! Who cares what kind of learner I am. It is easier to retain information. This information will help
you in life and other classes. people.usd.edu/~bwjames/tut/learning-style How can I find out what type of learner I am? Put your new knowledge to test! (literally) Now what do I do now? Making up about 65% of the population, visual learners absorb and recall information best by seeing. Visual Learner These are my study suggestions:
Work in a quiet place with no distractions
Use a lot of visual aids like: diagrams and mind mapping
Writing the material over and over
Watch instructional vidoes on the material Auditory Learner Making up about 30% of the population,
auditory learners absorb information best through the sense of hearing. Make a recording of your study materials
Take part in a study group
Read out loud Kinesthetic Learner Making up about 5% of the population, kinesthetic learners absorb information best by doing, experiencing, touching, moving or being active in some way. Be active while you are studying
Start a study group After you are done studying it is important that
you keep it fresh in your mind. Use a post stamp review method Teach what you have learned Review, review, review Review it before bed each night Resources: ieconline.net
On Course By Skip Downing