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how can u tell or find out what type of learner u r. i know there is Visual (Spatial) ,Aural (Auditory-Musical) ,Verbal (Linguistic) ,Physical (Kinesthetic)
but there are also ones like Logical (Mathematical) ,Social (Interpersonal) ,Solitary (Intrapersonal). when we were explained about them at school i just thought i was a bit of all as i could relate to everything. or does it differ through subjects.there isnt really a test u could take to know which type u r 😂.any advice
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You can figure out when you try each different types of techniques. There are types you will find tiring and that can narrow it down for you (e.g. I cant watch videos or movies so I'm not really a visual learner) For me, I'm a kinesthetic learner and I found out in GCSE because I tried revision guides, videos, mindmaps and etc since my teachers made us to do a lot of revision techniques and I didnt use any of those resources expect questions and past papers since I understand through my mistakes. It really could differ through your different subjects (e.g. for my history Alevel, practice essays are my main revision but I need to get the information somehow and reading is the best way for me and I might do some mindmaps if its worth it to me) so you just have to try which one works and it really makes a difference.
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You can figure out when you try each different types of techniques. There are types you will find tiring and that can narrow it down for you (e.g. I cant watch videos or movies so I'm not really a visual learner) For me, I'm a kinesthetic learner and I found out in GCSE because I tried revision guides, videos, mindmaps and etc since my teachers made us to do a lot of revision techniques and I didnt use any of those resources expect questions and past papers since I understand through my mistakes. It really could differ through your different subjects (e.g. for my history Alevel, practice essays are my main revision but I need to get the information somehow and reading is the best way for me and I might do some mindmaps if its worth it to me) so you just have to try which one works and it really makes a difference.
thank you so much for the reply and the new knowledge.i appreciate it ❤️
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thank you so much for the reply and the new knowledge.i appreciate it ❤️
No problem Happy to help
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