Using podcasts / audio notes for revision Many students write notes as their main form of revision but if you are an auditory learner listening to your notes may be more effective' The great thing about audio notes is that you can listen to them while you are walking the dog, riding the bus to school, doing yoga or any other time you can listen to your iPod.
Some different ways that you can create audio notes:
Ask your teacher if you can record their lectures so that you can listen to them again to catch anything you miss.
Read (or get your friends to read) various textbook chapters that you are having trouble with. Then you can listen to them repeatedly.
Ask questions into your recorder / phone and give yourself time to answer the question. The say what the answer is. This will let you know what you can and can't remember. (This is especially useful for language learning)
There are a number of Apps you can buy for your phone or you can use Evernote or OneNote which are both fantastic free note making tools. Because the information is stored in the cloud, you can access it anywhere, anytime on any device.
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