How to Study: Use Your Personal Learning Style to Help You by Gail Wood

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You choose! The idea is to help make the unfamiliar familiar. • If it’s typing on the computer, facing that blank screen, that gives you the heebee-jeebies, turn the monitor light down. (The dial is usually under the monitor. ) Everything you type will still register; you just won’t be seeing it. Try it. Remember to continue to press SAVE as you’re typing. When you feel calmer, turn the screen back on. You may find you wrote more than usual. Remember to keep writing until you’ve answered your questions, created clear pictures, and presented your thoughts in an order that makes sense to you.

This usually appeals to literal (often left-handed) and sequential learners. If so, use different days to focus on different subjects. It is a good idea to allot additional short study periods to review new material in other subjects, so every subject is studied nearly every day. Do you prefer going back and forth between different things? This usually appeals to kinesthetic and image learners. If so, warn the people who live and work with you that you need space to lay out material! When working on several projects at the same time, it is a good idea to take breaks between each.

6 MAKING STUDYING DO-ABLE T he next time you’re in a group, ask each person how long it took them to learn to ride a bike, type, or drive a car. Chances are you’ll have a different answer from each person. Someone might have learned in two months, someone else in two years, another person in two weeks—or maybe even two days! Everyone has their own rate of learning. And it varies, depending on what it is you’re learning. When you’re developing a time-management study plan, you need to keep in mind how you learn.

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