What kind of learner are you?
Click here to have a go and find out whether you are a visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learner.
When you have found out which one you are, look up the ways that are likely to work best for you...
- Learn best by remembering information in fun and interesting ways (making videos, YouTube animations, likening what you’re learning to animations
- Very creative/artistic
- Revise best by using mind maps, making loads of connections and using post-it notes and highlighters!
TIP Organise your notes by using different colours to represent different themes or topics.
- Learn best by hearing information over and over again (e.g. podcasts, recordings, Q/A with friends, YouTube)
- Revise best by talking out loud to themselves or having to explain topics to friends or parents.
TIP If you’re feeling rather creative you could make up songs, rhymes or raps to remember certain topics or themes!
- Learn best by taking a 'hands on' approach to revision.
- Very interactive/outgoing.
- Revise best by re-writing explanations and model-answers (again and again) and making visual aids throughout revision.
TIP Kinaesthetic learners often find that playing sport and exercise during revision stimulates their learning!
Take the full test at 16personalities.com/free-personality-test only takes 12 minutes and is much more thorough…
See what your strengths and weakness might be at 16personalities.com/personality-types ... this includes some suggestion about careers and work place habits that might suit you.