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    The Artist
    You're a visual learner who uses diagrams and mind maps. Artists do well if they’re given graphics and images to learn from, rather than just being talked at. They're also likely to create stories or imagery to help with problem-solving
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    Listeners (or auditory learners) are good at taking in information. They revise well by saying things out loud. If you're a listener, your strengths lie in giving presentations and explaining things.
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    This type of learner loves to write down everything. They’re always making notes in class and they’re fantastic essay writers. Their revision strengths lie in making lots of clearly laid-out revision notes, which they read and reread.

    Describes me perfectly.
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    The author. But I need to say things out loud too and I like images.
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    Listener, but I disagree with this as when it comes to learning I prefer to read, read and read and re write.

    I'd say I'm author
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    Procrastinator.

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    A crammer.

    Learns everything the day before the exam.
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    Artist, although I disagree
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    Hopefully no-one takes this seriously. Learning styles are made up and they don't mean you should be taught in different ways. There is just good teaching and bad.
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    The Author. Sounds EXACTLY like me!
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    This type of learner loves to write down everything. They’re always making notes in class and they’re fantastic essay writers. Their revision strengths lie in making lots of clearly laid-out revision notes, which they read and reread.






    I don't think I'm just one. I am more of a mixture. My memory is awful so I rewrite things many many times and practise them and learn difficult concepts based on the apperance or sounds of words.




    ie: from a material that is less dense to more dense - ray of light bends towards the normal






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    According to the quiz I'm a listener, but I'd say I'm a mixture really, as I like writing out my notes as bullet points and paragraphs, however I also like videos and diagrams too
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    I got The Listener. I'm a f***ing terrible listener :rofl:
 
 
 
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