How Your Learning Style Changes IELTS Preparation

Today you’ll find out how your learning style changes IELTS preparation, to make your studies more effective.

learning style changes IELTS preparation

 

You can be more than one learning style!

Visual

This learner prefers learning via images and pictures, and has well-developed spatial understanding.

Aural

Sounds and music help this learner tune in to information more easily.

 

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Verbal

This learner loves words, either spoken, written, or both!

  • If speaking and/or writing come easily to you, you still must focus on what IELTS requires for high scores. Even native speakers don’t get 9’s unless they prepare for the exam!
  • Take a lot of notes. When learning new vocabulary, say the word out loud or write it repeatedly.
  • Try saying the strategies out loud that you want to remember, and record yourself.

Physical

This person learns through body movement.

  • Listen to lectures while walking.
  • Keep notes on cards, instead of notebook pages, so you can move them around.
  • Writing and drawing diagrams also work for this learning style.

Logical

This learner enjoys math and systems.

Social

This person prefers learning with other people.

Solitary

Solitary learners do best acquiring information alone.

  • Access information and practice by yourself.
  • Talk out loud to yourself every day, to bring out verbal communication.
  • Seek out another person to practice speaking with before your exam, even if you don’t want to!
  • Define clear study goals for yourself.

Which learning style are you?

Tell us about your IELTS preparation methods in the comments section below!

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