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Online study service Tutor House, has introduced a new quiz to help students understand the best learning style to help them keep information (file image)

Take the quiz that reveals YOUR best learning style and how it can help you store information

  • A quiz by TutorHouse reveals the best method of learning for every individual
  • Ten questions ask students to think about how they react to different scenarios
  • Most people are either Visual, Auditory, Reading / Writing or Kinesthetic
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Whether you are studying for an exam or want to review a presentation, a quiz about identifying different learning methods promises to help you maximize the amount of information that you can retain.

Formed from ten questions, the quick quiz by Tutor House asks the participants to think about how they would react in a series of scenarios.

This technique reveals whether they would benefit most from visual, auditory, reading and writing or kinesthetic (interactive) learning methods.

The quiz was created by Tutor House in collaboration with education experts and considers the widely used VARK learning styles (Visual, Aural, Read / write and Kinesthetic) developed by Fleming & # 39; s in 1987.

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Online study service Tutor House, has introduced a new quiz to help students understand the best learning style to help them keep information (file image)

Online study service Tutor House, has introduced a new quiz to help students understand the best learning style to help them keep information (file image)

Visual learners probably respond to visual stimuli such as photos and videos to remember things.

Meanwhile, auditory learners prefer to listen to instructions, while read / write enthusiasts prefer to write things down and recite.

Finally, Kinesthetic people learn best by learning hands-on, using a more tactile and interactive approach.

As to how the quiz can benefit every individual, Tutor House founder Alex Dyer said: & # 39; The exam season is not an easy time of the year, so we are happy to help students find the best way to review.

& # 39; Every individual is different, and I think it's important that we recognize that not everyone absorbs information in the same way.

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& # 39; Unfortunately, most schools do not focus on different learning styles, so it is often the students' job to adjust their learning process. & # 39;

So do you use the best revision style for your personality? Scroll down to fully perform the test, the answers are at the bottom …

Question 1

1 – A

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2 – K.

3 – R

4 – V

question 2

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1 – V

2 – A

3 – K.

4 – R

question 3

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1 – K.

2 – V

3 – A

4 – R

Question 4

1 – K.

2 – R

3 – A

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4 – V

Question 5

1 – V

2 – A

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3 – R

4 – K.

Question 6

1 – A

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2 – R

3 – V

4 – K.

Question 7

1 – K.

2 – V

3 – A

4 – R

Question 8

1 – K.

2 – A

3 – V

4 – R

Question 9

1 – R

2 – V

3 – A

4 – K.

Question 10

1 – K.

2 – R

3 – A

4 – V

ANSWERS

CHAPTER Vs

Visual – where infographics and video & # 39; s will help you best.

Creating a relationship between words and symbols or images (instead of still images) stimulates memory in the best way for the visual learner.

FIRST NAME LIKE

hearing

Talking about and listening to educational material is the most beneficial.

Funnily enough, email is also included in this category – although emails are a text-based form of communication, they are often written informally and the sender speaks aloud.

Mainly Rs

Reading writing

As the name suggests, writing and reading things is the most effective technique.

Lists, diaries, essays and reports are the tools most used by the & # 39; read / write & # 39 ;.

FIRST NAME Ks

kinesthetic

Physical hands-on learning can best be substantiated with & # 39; real & # 39; material, such as participating in a demonstration or learning from real case studies.

People who are kinesthetic (interactive / tactile) learners also learn well from hearing people's experiences.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES?

A popular and long-standing theory in the field of education claims that people, and especially children, are more receptive to certain learning methods.

It states that people often fall into one of the three main categories: auditory, visual and kinesthetic.

There may be a crossover between different styles, but a person is more likely to favor one method, experts claim.

A visually dominant student absorbs information and retains it better when presented in, for example, images, diagrams and graphs.

An auditory-dominant student prefers to listen to what is presented. He or she responds best to votes, for example during a lecture or group discussion.

People will often fall into one of three main categories: auditory, visual and kinesthetic. There may be a crossover between different styles, but a person is more likely to favor one method, experts claim

People will often fall into one of three main categories: auditory, visual and kinesthetic. There may be a crossover between different styles, but a person is more likely to favor one method, experts claim

People will often fall into one of three main categories: auditory, visual and kinesthetic. There may be a crossover between different styles, but a person is more likely to favor one method, experts claim

Hearing repeating his / her own voice to a tutor or trainer is also useful.

A kinesthetically dominant student prefers a physical experience. She likes a & # 39; hands-on & # 39; approach and respond well to being able to touch or feel an object or to learn prop.

Although it has been around for a long time and is supported by 96 percent of teachers, recent studies have shown that the concept is inherently flawed.

Many researchers think that the concept is wrong and that people have no preference for a learning method.

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