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Study Tips for Auditory Learners
Auditory learners learn better by hearing information. Lectures work best for you. Try some of these study tips.
- Study with a friend so that you can talk and hear the information.
- Recite quotes, lists, dates, etc. out loud
- Ask your instructor if you can tape lectures. Playback the lectures several times.
- After reading a section, summarize it out loud.
- Have friends quiz you and recite the answers out loud
Study Tips for Kinesthetic Learners
Kinesthetic learners learn best by doing, moving, or hands-on experiences. Try some of these study tips.
- To help memorize information, walk around while reciting to yourself, looking at a list or index cards.
- During class, if you need to fidget, try squeezing a nerf ball, cross your legs and bounce the foot that's off the floor.
- Studying at a desk may not be the best for you. Try lying on your stomach or back, try studying with music on.
- Study while on a stationary bike.
- Take breaks during study sessions. For example: study time for 20-30 minutes and 5 minutes of break time.
Study Tips for Visual Learners
Visual learners retain information best when they see or read it. Try some of these study tips.
- Work in a quiet place
- Take alot of notes
- Copy over your notes. Rewriting helps recall.
- Use color to highlight main ideas in your notes, handouts, and textbooks.
- Looks at the speakers while they're talking to stay focused.
- Sit in the front of the class
- Use index cards when learning vocabulary