VRK Preference

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

Why not share your experiences too?

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

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

  1. Charlette on said:

    I do find I can learn well by going over my notes by writing them over and over again, but often find it hard relating what I have learnt to a question in an exam, for example. I know the information but find it hard understanding a question. I also learn well by listening to someone and looking at picture visuals. I don’t find learning easy by reading loads and loads of writing -this is the hardest way to learn.

    • Riley on said:

      I am the exactly same way. I’d say I’m decently intelligent but I do have a hard time practically applying my knowledge especially under test circumstances.

  2. I’m definitely a VRK learner. I don’t mind any of those options but definitely don’t learn through audio only. I tend to use different methods of learning for different topics rather than being able to apply any method to any topic. For example, for the question about tours I’d look at a map (visual/kinaesthetic) but for revision for uni I’ll write and re-write notes.

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