Revision tips and tricks for auditory learners
So, you’ve established that you are an auditory learner. This is all well and good, but the most important part of this is knowing how to fully utilize this knowledge and apply it to your revision.
Here are a few handy tips to help you suit your revision to your learning style, helping you retain more information to make those dreaded exams a bit less daunting.
- Find a study partner
Seeing as you learn better through audible cues, why not get some friends over and have a group study session? Talking things out and hearing explanations will help you retain the information and you’ll get the added benefit of having another brain to pick if you’re unsure of anything.
- Create musical jingles
This might be embarrassing at first, but stick with it. Learning notes through catchy songs and musical jingles can be a great way to memorise information. Think of all your favourite songs that you know the lyrics to, and try and adapt these lyrics to study notes!
Walk around your study space and repeat out loud some key facts and information to yourself. You can even try and change into a funny accent or imitate people you know to mix things up a bit!
- Record yourself
Record yourself using an audio recorder or phone microphone speaking out loud and reading out your notes. Or if you don’t like listening to your own voice, get a parent or friend to record this for you. Listening to this just before bedtime will hammer home all the information so you can fully utilize your time.
These are just a few tips and tricks to help all you auditory learners have the best revision session you can. Best of luck with exam season, we’re sure you’ll BOSS it!Add to favorites