VARK Study Techniques

Below are some preparation, study, and assignment techniques that are specific to the VARK modalities. If you have not yet learned about the VARK modalities, visit the VARK Assessment and VARK Method pages of the Learning Style section. After you have determined the modality that impacts your learning the most, try to include some of the following techniques into your study sessions.

View the following interaction by clicking the quadrants or open the chart below for a recommendation on some study techniques associated with the VARK modalities.

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