Everyone learns in a different way, and some people are learn better when they can visualize the steps or when someone is walking you through them.
These are a few things that’ll help you remember things better.

1. Color code things


Color coding things will allow you to create better associations between different parts of a complex problem.

2. Watching Videos


Videos with interactive graphics and information allow you to synthesize information better. Be careful, down think watching passively will work the same as actively engaging with visuals.

3. Using Charts, Graphics, Images


Before reading your textbook, take time to scan all the images, charts and visuals as it’ll allow you to create correlation between the text and those charts better.


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Sid Chhatani

Sid is the Product Designer at Clutch Prep. He spends time talking to students to understand their problems with studying.

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