What Type Of Learner Are You?
You’re a visual, or spatial, learner. Charts and graphs have always been the best way for you to absorb information. Invest in a whiteboard because when you’re trying to learn, drawing a picture will help things stick.
You’re an aural, or auditory, learner. People always say you’ve got a freakishly good memory, but your only crime is to listen. Record your notes and listen to them over and over until you’ve got them down pat, or invent a mnemonic to help things stick.
You’re a verbal, or linguistic, learner. Writing things down is the best way for you to memorize information. Take good notes and reread them later, or just use those stellar critical reading skills to digest all your assignments.
You’re a physical, or kinesthetic, learner. Also known as a “do-er,” you’re good with your hands. In fact, you need them to understand things. Who wants to read about gravity when you could be dropping something off a building?
You’re a logical, or mathematical, learner. Learning anything and everything in this world is simple enough — it’s just a matter of time and effort. Unless it’s irrational, and then what the heck are you supposed to do about it?!
You’re a social, or interpersonal, learner. Study groups are your jam and spending a night holed up in the library is basically your worst nightmare. When you’re working through a concept, you tend to talk out loud about it to anyone that will listen… even if that person is yourself!
You’re a solitary, or intrapersonal, learner. You can tackle any problem, as long as everyone else leaves you the heck alone. People are great, but completely distracting. And study groups? Nooope. Please, just let you do your thing.