VK Preference

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

Why not share your experiences too?

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

Leave a comment below to tell us about your experiences as someone with a VK preference.

  1. Asher on said:

    My learning style is Visual and Kinesthetic. I doodle in class and write notes messy and then tidy them up later. Having to listen tolong lecturersputs me to sleep. Reproducing Visual images assists me and I enjoy doing it. In school I had the ability but didn’t do much as I was constantly drawing pictures and not taking notes. I read comics, but no novels as colour and pictures with words are good for me.

  2. Tsitsis Alexandros on said:

    This model helps me to confirm the right and effective way to learn something for me and to realize that the Kinesthetic trainee is the most difficult trainee to learn especially in the classroom but I have the potential to train him because of my personal physical traits.
    I was curious about how I can use the VARK model in learning the English Language. It is very difficult for me sometimes to express my thoughts It is easier for me to draw them! I confirm that I am quite a practical person and I realize that I can learn English only by practice, adapting your recommendations, consequently I feel that the other strategies are ineffective.

  3. Chloe on said:

    The classes where there are assignments I can actually remember stuff as opposed to just tests. I find using colour catches my attention as well as headings.

    Watching videos in some cases makes topics more memorable than just reading which I may forget. A good video I will re-watch many times. I also find looking at maps useful to get an idea of where places are that I am heading to. Then after I head to that place I try to put the picture in the context so I can remember where that place is. After I have been to a place twice using that method I usually have no problems memorizing them.

  4. Emma Leslie on said:

    I write notes and doodle a lot during class time, but I’m still listening. I find it more valuable to be shown powerpoints and examples rather than my teacher just telling me information.

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