Post by Your_CIMA_Exam_Guide on Jul 16, 2016 16:50:04 GMT
Could a little variety suit you? If your revision is only based around one or two types of resources, there is a chance that information simply won't be sinking in and this is when gaps can appear in your knowledge.
The tendancy is to rely on study texts completely when preparing for exams, after all, they cover all of the aspects that you might be tested on right? Where this is correct from a purely theoretical point of view, just reading from the study text is not always everyone's cup of tea.
In fact according to Neil Fleming (and his VARK model), reading is just one of four learning methods, which each appeal to different people:
1. Visual: Information presented in graphical form (e.g. charts, tables and diagrams)