Are you a visual learner?

It can be highly beneficial for First Intuition students, that learn visually, to incorporate visual techniques into their study routine. No matter the qualification you have chosen to study, it’s important to determine how you work best.

Try out these study techniques and find which works best for you.

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Are you a visual learner?

It can be highly beneficial for First Intuition students, that learn visually, to incorporate visual techniques into their study routine. No matter the qualification you have chosen to study, it’s important to determine how you work best.

Try out these study techniques and find which works best for you.

Here are 5 of the visual study techniques we recommend adding to your study routine:

Visual diagrams and mind maps📐

To make it easier to visualise difficult complex topics and different relationships between them – create visual mind maps and diagrams.

Flashcards and visual symbols🗂️

Create flashcards with key terms, concepts and formulas, with drawings or symbols on the other side. For visual leaners, linking images/symbols can help the brain to remember via association.

Infographics and charts📊

Use infographics and charts to your advantage when representing data and trends. When writing summaries of important topics, make them visual.

Video tutorials and animation🎥

Head to YouTube or another similar video platform for explanations of accounting principles and management concepts, in an artistic format. Using all your senses can add great impact to your revision. Search for other online resources that offer demonstrations. 

Real-world concepts🗺️

Relate accounting concepts to real-world scenarios and case studies – visualise how they apply them in different context.

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