Tuesday, 11 October 2016

This preference uses the printed word as the most important way to convey and receive information. When revising for exams, normally, I tend to make notes by reading out of textbooks. I will separate the topics. For example, if revising for science, I would separate Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Then I would go over the notes and try to retain them, then say them to the people I am with to make sure I remember, then I would go through a exam paper and see what I know, and what I don't.

Here is a small list of ways to do this.

  • Read your notes (silently) again and again.
  • Rewrite the ideas and principles into other words.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting this, Josh. It sounds like you have already gained some valuable learning skills. Separating out topics is a good way to learn, as is asking other people to test you. Make sure you practise plenty of AAT papers before you sit the exams!

    Your writing in this post was very good, with short, clear sentences and good punctuation.

    Well done!