Have you ever wondered why you do better in some classes than others? It may depend on your individual learning style. Your learning style influences the way you understand information and solve problems.
There are three primary learning styles:
Many people use a combination of learning styles, whereas others learn best by using just one. Want to know your learning style? You're just 20 questions away from finding out!
What kind of book would you like to read for fun?
When in a new place, how do you find your way around?
What are you most likely to remember about new people you meet?
If you went to a school dance, what would you be most likely to remember the next day?
If you won a game, which of these three prizes would you choose?
You're out shopping for clothes, and you're waiting in line to pay. What are you most likely to do while you are waiting?
When you are happy, what are you most likely to do?
When you give someone directions to your house, what are you most likely to tell them?
What do you find most distracting when you are trying to study?
When you see the word "cat," what do you do first?
What is the best way for you to remember a friend's phone number?
What's the best way for you to learn about how something works (like a computer or a video game)?
When you are angry, what are you most likely to do?
When you are not sure how to spell a word, what are you most likely to do?
When you hear a song on the radio, what are you most likely to do?
What's the best way for you to study for a test?
What do you find most distracting when in class?
Which would you rather go to with a group of friends?