No two people – even identical twins – are exactly the same.
This is really important to think about when it comes to studying.
I very much doubt that there are two people who study in the exact same way.
Of course there are things every student should do when they study, such as practice problems, but for the most part, your teen should be trying to figure out what study techniques are going to benefit THEIR study the most.
A great place to start can be figuring out what their predominant learning style is.
We have a Learning Styles Quiz that your teen can take to find out what their predominant learning style is, but OnlineEducation.net has kindly offered to share this fantastic learning style flow chart with us.
Your teen can find out if they’re an auditory, visual or kinesthetic learner.
Once your teen knows what their learning style is, they can use this to think about what study techniques are going to help propel them towards straight-A’s!
Bear in mind that there is no such thing as dogma when it comes to studying. Your teen may very well benefit from study techniques associated with learning styles other than their predominant style.
Thank you very much to OnlineEducation.net for providing this fabulous flow chart!
You can view this flow chart at OnlineEducation.net here.