Revision tips and tricks for kinaesthetic learners

April 7, 2017 STABILO


So, you’ve established that you are a kinaesthetic 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.

  • Use flashcards
    Make your notes into engaging flashcards so you can flick between them during revision. To help even further, you can take your flashcards out with you when you go out or to the gym etc. This will fully immerse you in your revision whilst going about your daily life.
  • Move around
    Walk around your study area whilst reading your notes or textbooks. For someone with your learning style, keeping active whilst taking in information can allow you to learn more effectively. In fact, research shows physical activity increases cognitive performance!
  • Visit locations
    Head to a library or museum to aid you in your revision. This can be a great way of surrounding yourself with information topics and soaking everything in. You’ll also find activities to take part in inside museums which, as a kinaesthetic learner, will be the best way for you to study.

These are just a few tips and tricks to help all you kinaesthetic learners have the best revision session you can. Best of luck with exam season, we’re sure you’ll BOSS it!

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