How can a visual and tactile learner best study?

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Posted on : 10-05-2013 | By : My Study Coach | In : study skills
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I find I’m having a hard time studying. Its not that I don’t want to, it’s just nothing seems to work for me. I found that I am a visual and tactile learner, but all of my material consists mainly of huge note packets and lectures. I don’t like lectures. Please, I would love some study tips! Thanks.

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Hi Laurel.

I understand your dilemma. Trust me I have been there. There was time I was so confused with my study methods. It took a long time to settle down on a single method. Ultimately i didn’t stick to any one method. I applied several techniques.
1. I read through the whole material without giving much thought to whether I will remember or not.
Benefit: You will get familiar with everything and even if you don’t go deep into studying a particular subject, you familiarity with the subject will trigger some ideas and you will be able to write some at least.

2. Learn some memory techniques.
Benefit: You will be able to retain the information for a very very long time. Some of the key techniques are keywords, substitute words and linking system.

3. Don’t worry about results. Just keep working towards the goal and you will be surprised with the results.

4.Delay your gratification. Very important rule in life. Don’t gratify yourself for small achievements. Of course reward yourself once in a while. Wait for the big victor and rest assured, you will love its taste.

Hope I was of help
Kevin

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