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    Do you know what 'type' of learner you are? Take the quiz before you have to tackle the dreaded mock exams to maximize your revision potential:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...earner-are-you
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    I got ''You have a multimodal learning preference''
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    I have a multimodal learning preference.

    Not sure if that makes me equally useless across all areas or says that I learn equally well from all areas.

    >.>
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    I think I'm the artist type of learner except from the fact that I don't tend to draw pictures or diagrams
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    I have the reading/writing one.
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    Your scores were:

    Visual 10
    Aural 7
    Read/Write 3
    Kinaesthetic 9

    You have a multimodal learning preference.
    I don't agree with the fact the I learn better kinaesthetically than aurally.
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    Your scores were:

    Visual 10
    Aural 7
    Read/Write 3
    Kinaesthetic 9
    You have a multimodal learning preference.

    I don't agree with the fact that I study better kinaesthetically than aurally.
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    I got this:

    Your scores were:
    • Visual 5
    • Aural 4
    • Read/Write 6
    • Kinesthetic 2
    You have a multimodal learning preference. (VAR)
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    "Your scores were:
    Visual 8
    Aural 7
    Read/Write 11
    Kinesthetic 7
    You have a multimodal learning preference."
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    'You have a mild visual learning preference'

    Very true. Drawing pictures helps me to remember things
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    "You have a very strong read/write learning preference"
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    read/write learner :yy:
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    Read/write preference... I just love making notes
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    mild visual learner
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    I am a listiner it is a pity most teachers teach using methods that only benefit visual learners. I love lectures, however most people think they are boring so most teachers use visual techniques to teach.
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    This learning styles stuff is (very likely) hokum.

    Here's an article from Wired explaining why http://www.wired.com/2015/01/need-kn...h-two-minutes/
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    Your scores were:
    • Visual 5
    • Aural 8
    • Read/Write 6
    • Kinesthetic 6
    You have a multimodal learning preference. (VARK)Well that was helpful lol
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    Your scores were:
    • Visual 6
    • Aural 8
    • Read/Write 10
    • Kinesthetic 9

    You have a multimodal learning preference. (VARK)
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    I use all depending on different subjects. 😁
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    "You have a strong visual learning preference"

    Visual 12
    Aural 2
    Read/Write 3
    Kinesthetic 7
 
 
 
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