Learning By Seeing: Ways to Study as a Visual Learner
Do you learn best by seeing? Learn about the most effective visual learning strategies in this article by San Diego tutor Natalie S...
We all know that people learn in various ways and use different processes to be successful. We've gone over how to study as an auditory learner and as a kinesthetic learner, for example. Now, we're going to offer some ideas for visual learning strategies. Check out our tips below to help you study in the most effective and efficient ways for you.
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The Revised SAT: What High School Students Need to Know
High school students can say "goodbye" to the SAT - the old version that is. Starting in March 2016, The College Board will introduce a redesigned SAT for students gearing up for college.
So what do you need to know? The biggest difference to note is the essay portion at the end of the test. This will be an optional, timed, 50-minute essay depending on whether or not the school you are applying to requires it completed. The essay will focus on the assessment of your skills in developing a
30 Quirky New Year's Traditions From Around the World
How much do you know about New Year's Eve traditions?
Here in the U.S., you know what to do: gather your friends and family, turn on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve in the background, and count down from 10 as midnight nears. At the strike of the clock, you know to toast everyone as the fireworks blast off, sing a verse of "Auld Lang Syne," and sneak in a New Year's kiss, if you can!
But outside of the United States, did you know there are some much more quirky New Year's Eve tradition
16 Unexpected Things International Students Face
Here on the TakeLessons Blog, we've explored the best cities to visit in Spain, taken a foodie tour of Korea, and even learned about fun festivals like Germany's Oktoberfest.
But what about the unique experiences international exchange students have when they come here to the US? You might be surprised to hear the things that baffle everyone else.
Curious? We were too, so when we came across an article over on the StudentUniverse blog sharing these revelations from an international exc
How to Learn a Language Quickly with 3 Foolproof Steps
Fact: a native Spanish speaker will have an easier time learning French than they would learning Japanese.
According to the U.S. Foreign Service Institute, one of the biggest factors affecting the speed of language acquisition is how different your target language is from your native tongue. Languages in the same family typically have similar alphabets and tones, making it easier to branch out as long as you stay within the same grouping.
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