#100daysofproductivity & #100studytips . I AM going to keep this ‘#100 days thing’ going. But I have to apologise that it won’t be everyday, as I do get busy. I’ll try my best though, and it will continue for 100…
Anyway, so… DO YOU ACTUALLY KNOW YOUR LEARNING STYLE?? In other words, are you a Visual Learner, an Auditory Learner or a Kinaesthetic Learner? It really is super important that you know what kind of learner you are, so you can short-cut the time of learning, and be more effective and natural with your study. A lot of students don’t really take this seriously, but I think it’s the foundation to good studying.
For example, if you are Visual, then you should most definitely create and re-create mind maps as you study. If you’re Auditory, then you should create audio-notes and listen to your notes all the time. And if you’re Kinaesthetic, then you should create flash-cards and lay them around the room and perhaps walk around as you study your many flash-cards. What ever it takes to not fall asleep as you look at a boring highlighted page of notes (urgh, I can’t do that). There are soooo many different ways to study using the various learning styles. These are just a few examples. I’m an auditory and visual learner, but I find listening to my notes really effective, as I create illusions in my head as I listen. I know, it’s weird.
Do Google some Learning Style tests, and see what type of learner you are.. You might be surprised.