What type of learner are you?

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TSR George
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https://www.chegg.com/play/student-l...arner-are-you/

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I m supposedly a good spread between all of them from quizzes I ve done before but as I m dyslexic and dyspraxic in practicality I can't be very kinasethic.
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Although I scored visual on that test, in reality I think I'm a combination of visual and auditory
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Well I ve always had my quirky brain so yes I ve learnt to cope with it in different ways.
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I'm a visual learner. I seem to be 2 learning styles IRL however, visual and to a lesser extent auditory too.
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This has been debunked, hasn't it?
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It says I’m an auditory learner but I think I’m a mixture of that and a hands on learner. Probs explains why I cannot stand reading textbooks or books as it does not go in
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It says I'm a visual learner although I'm not too sure about that.
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I'd say I'm more of an auditory learner
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Could you give an example of how’d you do it as this sounds like it could really help because I’ve got some big exams coming up - Thank you
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Apparently I'm a kinesthetic learner, and I'd agree with that to some extent. Though I have found it difficult to apply that to my degree.
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I thrive better listening to someone than solely reading the material but a combination of the two is ideal for me.
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apparently visual

kinda makes sense I guess
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Kinethetic learner here and surprisingly it was accurate
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I‘m Kinesthetic
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Yeah I agree, there aren't much opportunities to be practical unless it's vocational. I'm studying law, which is obviously heavy in reading and whatnot. I always have to turn my revision into games and things like that to remember everything.
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Everyone is visual, this is not optional or matter of choice.
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(Original post by CommanderKeen)
Everyone is visual, this is not optional or matter of choice.
What about people who are blind?
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Actually even them. They cannot see but they touch and feels thing/items to create a visual/3D representation in their heads.
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What about people who are blind?
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