How to Study for Water Treatment License Exams – Part 8 of 10
In part 2 of this series, we talked about how you learn best. We addressed different learning styles including auditory, visual and tactile. Regardless of your learning style, experience shows that your ability to use all three styles in your learning improves your chances of success.
Visual Study Aids
You’ve no doubt heard the old saying “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Pictures can be quite instructive. They also give us an image we can associate with a new concept or idea. Our minds store information largely with images. By using pictures when learning new concepts, you are able to visualize the information you’re learning. This improves recall when you need it on your exam.
In addition to the video lectures, American Water College exam prep courses include a visual study tool call a “hot spot” to help improve your learning. Here is an example of a hot spot for a chlorine reaction with pure water:
American Water College exam prep courses include a variety of visual study aids to help you learn the material you need to know for your water treatment and wastewater treatment license exams.
- Using visual study aids will increase your ability to rapidly learn and store the necessary information you need for your water and wastewater treatment license exams
- American Water College exam prep courses include visual study tools to improve your chances of success on your next exam.