In my free guide, The 20 Secrets of Successful Nursing Students, one of the secrets is about maximizing your learning style. And while it’s useful to know your preferred learning style (or styles), you should probably be aware you’re going to be using most if not all of them in nursing school. 

In this episode, I’m talking you through the key ways to maximize each of the main learning styles in nursing school – visual, auditory, kinesthetic and reading/writing. 

Learning style assessment: If you’re not sure what your preferred learning style is, this is a great place to start!

5-Day Challenge: Join me for the “Don’t Get Overwhelmed, Get Organized” 5-Day Challenge to get ready for nursing school! 

Crucial Concepts Bootcamp: This nursing school prep course teaches foundation concepts to help you start your program ahead and stay ahead.

Planner for Nursing Students: Part of being a successful student is excellent time management. This planner is designed specifically for your busy schedule to help you stay on top of everything you need to do.

Get this episode in blog format. All the links mentioned in this episode are in the blog post that accompanies this episode.

You can also listen to all the episodes in this series by using the links below or searching for the episode number in your favorite podcast app:

Secret #1: Episode 174
Secret #2: Episode 181
Secret #3 and #4: Episode 185
Secret #5: Episode 187
Secret #6 and #7: Episode 189
Secret #10, #11 and #12: Episode 214
Secret #13, #14, #15 and #16: Episode 228
Secret #17: Episode 254
Secret #18, #19, and #20: Episode 255

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