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Learning By Listening: Ways to Study As an Auditory Learner

Learning By Listening: Ways to Study As an Auditory Learner

Do you learn best by listening? Find out about the most effective study strategies for auditory learners in this article by San Diego tutor Natalie S... People generally learn new concepts in a few different ways. Some people are tactile learners; they use a hands-on approach to grasp and understand new material. Others are visual learners; they have to see a concept in order to comprehend it. Lastly, there are auditory learners. The most effective way for auditory learners to understand a ne … Read More

Learning By Listening: Ways to Study As an Auditory Learner
Do you learn best by listening? Find out about the most effective study strategies for auditory learners in this article by San Diego tutor Natalie S... People generally learn new concepts in a few different ways. Some people are tactile learners; they use a hands-on approach to grasp and understand new material. Others are visual learners; they have to see a concept in order to comprehend it. Lastly, there are auditory learners. The most effective way for auditory learners to understand a ne
Thinking About Cramming for a Test? You Might Want to Read This
We've all felt that familiar time crunch when you have a big test coming up. But does cramming for a test the night before actually work? Read on as tutor Danh L. explains why you might want to plan ahead next time...   I expect my students to do about 30-60 minutes of homework DAILY. That's 3.5 to 7 hours of work a week. From my exchanges with other tutors, even ones charging up to $500/hour, this estimate is around what they expect, too. But what should you do if you miss a
How Hard is the GMAT, Really?
How hard is the GMAT, really? Find out the insider scoop in this guest post by online tutor Marcus S...   New students and prospective students planning to go to grad school to get an MBA (or other advanced business degree) often ask me, how hard is the GMAT, really? Some people say it's hard, while other say it's easy. The GMAT is unusual in this way. With other grad school tests, such as the LSAT or MCAT, most students assume they are facing a tough exam. Determining the difficulty
Test Taking Strategies: Your Guide to a Stress-Free Finals Week
Many students feel stressed and overwhelmed at the end of each term when finals week is upon us. As with many things in life, your attitude will directly affect your ability to succeed in school. If you start to feel stressed with final exams looming, keep these test taking strategies in mind to keep calm, get confident, and make the grades you want. Test Preparation The best way to prepare for final exams is to keep up with your classes all term. This means taking good notes in class, pay
5 Important Language Learning Tips for Adults
Do you remember learning a language back in high school or college? If it's been several years (or decades), it's normal to feel a bit lost when you're ready to get back at it. And while receiving a formal education is wonderful for daily language practice, it isn't always practical. Amid all of your responsibilities as an adult, finding the time to re-learn a language is undoubtedly a challenge! Working with a language tutor, along with taking advantage of the many language-learning r

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