Learning Style Inventory–Study Smarter, Not Harder!

By , February 19, 2013 8:18 am

Countless students begin and end their semester preparing for class and exams in a manner that is counter intuitive to their learning style.  You may ask  yourself, “how is this possible”?  Do you study and study, but can’t improve your test grades?  But have you considered changing your study habits

Everyone has a unique learning preference or style that benefits them.  These styles are often described as auditory, visual, or tactile.  Consequently, it is critical to understand how you process and synthesize information.  Today, commit approximately 10 minutes to discovering your unique learning style by following the link to an online assessment http://www.personal.psu.edu/bxb11/LSI/LSI.htm.

Once your learning style has been identified, begin incorporating this knowledge into your overall study plan.  This approach will assist you in identifying effective and time saving techniques to preparing for class lectures and exams.

Your learning style is your strength!  Use it to work smarter, not harder.

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