How to be a better learner

how to be a be a better learner

I’m often asked how I can help people pass their exams, and usually by people who have failed the same exam more than once, and who are feeling as though no matter how hard they work none of it makes any difference.

We are all good learners. There’s plenty of evidence for that. So it’s not because we can’t learn that we run into trouble when it comes to taking exams.

But if you have a full-time job, a family, and dare I say it, a life(!) then the chances are, you are already up to your eyes with responsibility and commitment. Finding the time to study is already a tall order, before you throw into the mix that the way you go about it is probably not the most efficient method for how your brain prefers to process, store and retrieve information.

So, to answer the question, how to be a better learner, your results will go through the roof if you do two things.

  1. Find out how your brain prefers to learn. And
  2. Make sure you are taking care of the 3 Keys to Learning.

The first part is easy. If you don’t know how, ask me!

The second part, is the 3 Keys to Learning.

Click on the article below to discover how to make your life a lot easier when learning for exams.

How to be a better learner

 You can read this article and hundreds of others on my blog, LysetteOffley.com


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