Read/write Preference

On this page, you can read about the experiences of others with a Read/write learning preference.

Why not share your experiences too?

  • Do you consider yourself a Read/write person?
  • Are there aspects of your life where your Read/write preference is obvious?
  • What study strategies do you find helpful, as someone with a Read/write preference?

Leave a comment below to tell us about your experiences as someone with a Read/write preference.

  1. Reading and writing. Helpful to read my notes out loud and slowly. Write out notes again and then abbreviate them into lists and headings. Put definitions etc. into my own words.

  2. Allysa on said:

    In my own opinion I think that reading and writing have their own different definitions : such as reading is how you try to pronounce each word, syllables etc. and you also learn a lot of words but you don’t understand all of it because you are trying to read and learn about such things to and why I’m reading this book and the answer for that you want to learn more things and explore different aspects about why I’m reading it or doing this kind of thing?
    How about writing is how you put each words to create a phrase or your showing that everyone can make their own opinions and make there own history because you’re the only one who can reflect your own historical feelings and doubt about you or your whole life.

  3. I am unusual in that read / write is my strong preference, but I am on the dyslexic spectrum. I did not really have a problem reading, (learnt to read whole word rather than sounding out), but spelling is difficult. However I definitely like to write notes, summaries from written material. I cannot do aural / verbatim notes well at all. Like many dyslexics, I have poor auditory memory skills and scored zero on aural learning preference.

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