Studying can be boring and it can seem that no matter how much you study you can’t seem to get it right. Luckily, I listed the 4 learning styles and their definitions. I even added in the best 2 websites and 4 apps for studying in my opinion depending on each learning style. All of this is listed in no particular order. So find out now which learning style or even multiple styles you think suit you best!
1. Visual: You learn well by images, pictures and spatial organization of elements. Duolingo is an app that allows you to study from many different flashcards and take quizzes that contain a lot of pictures so it’ll probably help you out a lot. Duolingo is solely meant for learning from many different languages.
2. Auditory: You learn well by music, sound, rhyme, rhythm, speaking or listening. Quizlet is an app that you probably will enjoy as it has an option for many different auditory flashcards, quizzes and a game. Duolingo is another app that may help you as it allows you to study from many different flashcards and take quizzes in audio forms. Duolingo is solely meant for learning from many different languages.
3. Reading/Writing: You learn well by reading or writing the material you want to learn. http://www.studymode.com is a site you probably will love as it gives you many examples of different essays. http://tiger-algebra.com is another site which might interest you as you can type many different algebra equations and get results by step-by-step correct methods to read from. It’s just like having a tutor there with you! You probably will also enjoy the app, Quizlet. Quizlet offers many different flashcards, quizzes and a game to read from. MyScript Calculator is another app that will probably work well for you as you can draw many different math problems on it and then it’ll give you your results! It’s almost exactly like writing on a real sheet of paper. Practice usually makes perfect after all. Photomath might also work well for you as all you have to-do is take pictures or type many different math problems and then it’ll give you you’re results which you can read from by step-by-step correct methods!
4. Kinesthetic: You learn well when you can move your body and/or use your hands and sense of touch. Writing or drawing diagrams are physical activities that can fall into this category as well. The app, Photomath might work well for you as you get to take pictures of many different math problems and then it’ll give you you’re results by step-by-step correct methods!