It is based upon the characteristics/behaviors that an individual uses in order to attain their optimal academic performance. We all learn in different ways and it is helpful to have an understanding of your personal learning style. This will allow you to assess your strengths and identify the strategies needed to compensate for your weaknesses. Hopefully, by taking the Learning Styles Inventory, you will have a better idea of the skills needed to become an even more effective student at Providence College.
Using flash cards, mind mapping, and your notes effectively can help you review for an upcoming exam.
Working with peers who share a genuine
interest in the same class can be a major contribution to your overall
college experience. By studying in groups you are able to share ideas,
improve your study strategies, and develop new relationships.
Tired of trying to study while your roommates
blare their music? Are you easily distracted by food, music, your
computer and everything else unrelated to school when you try to study
in your room? Here are some alternative places to study so that you can
actually get those readings done on time.