Now that you’re in the thick of law school, it’s important to know what type of learner you are so you can craft your studying habits accordingly. Realizing this early will help you conform to your particular style and achieve the most success in law school. There are three types of learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. The posts below explain five study tips that complement each of these learning styles.
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- 5 Study Tips for Visual Learners This type of learning style comprehends information best by seeing things. Being a visual learner is helpful in law school given the amount of reading and outlining that’s expected. Let’s look at five ways to study that compliment your strength as a visual learner.
- 5 Study Tips for Auditory Learners This type of learning style comprehends information best by hearing things. It’s important to find ways to study in law school in a way that compliments your learning style. Let’s look at five ways to study that compliment your strength as an auditory learner.
- 5 Study Tips for Kinesthetic Learners This type of learning style comprehends information best through hands-on studying and doing things. There are different study techniques you can use to comprehend information in a hands-on way. Let’s look at five ways to study that compliment your strength as a kinesthetic learner.
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