Study in stylePosted: November 4, 2015
Do you know your learning style preference?
Ever had trouble absorbing information even after hours of study? Knowing how your brain works and which learning style you prefer could be key for some kick-ass study time.
Everyone has a different learning preference and we all learn in a variety of ways through seeing, reading, hearing or experiencing things first hand but usually our brain favours one or two.
There is no right or wrong answer to which learning preference is best for you but by discovering and better understanding what you favour, you can start using techniques that will improve the rate and quality of your learning— these techniques are especially handy come exam time!
There are several learning styles but they all focus on three main categories: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Visual refers to learning by seeing and watching; auditory refers to learning by hearing; kinesthetic refers to learning by doing, touching, and interacting.