from auditory learning style to visual learning style

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#1 5 March, 2012 - 06:59
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from auditory learning style to visual learning style


hello i wonder about some thing
1- if i'm auditory learner can i switch and become a visual learner, i heard that it can be but i'm not sure can any one help me how.
2- i know that to become a successful speed reader you have to eliminate the subvocalizing but when i do that i can't understand what i'm reading like it is totally strange words to me it only make sense to me when i hear the voice inside my head .
3- is there is a way to learn how to see words like image , how can i do that ?

by the way English is not my first language .
i hope you can help me guys , waiting for your replies . thank you all.

5 March, 2012 - 15:29
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please guys help me

6 March, 2012 - 07:18
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1: Being a visual learner myself, I don't know if this would be possible for you. My advise would be to google 'visualisation exercises' and see how far that gets you.
2: I speed read and things go indeed faster if you stop subvocalising. However, it sounds like you are heavily dependent on your auditory systems. Here is a test you can do. If you see the word 'apple', in your mind do you see an apple or do you need to listen to yourself saying 'apple'?
3: I guess the previous test would answer your third question.

Hope that helps. Let me know.

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