Mind maps, the best way to study?

@alvingb (265)
Singapore
May 16, 2009 12:51pm CST
Is mind maps the best way to study and remember things? I have heard many people and infact lecturers say that the best way to study is mind mapping. is this true? are there any other ways to study and remeber informations?
4 responses
• Jamaica
16 May 09
well idk sumtymes jus reading and recitin wrks for me..i dnt kno this mind ppin thing...u mind explaining?
@alvingb (265)
• Singapore
16 May 09
Hi cuteboi_kc, well sure. mind mapping is somthing like drawing bubbles and arrows and connecting them to make sense of the entire chapter or subject that you are tyring to study. Its like connecting them and making sense of them. Ok i know its kinda hard to understand what i just say.. haha.. well i hope someone else can explain this more clearly..
• United States
16 May 09
It really depends on the person. Everyone has different methods and styles of studying and almost anything works, it just depends WHO. Some people are visual learners, others listeners, and some are physical learners and have to do hands on activities. There's no "right" way to study or "good" way.
• China
16 May 09
to be honest i have tried many ways but found no use evetually so its hard for me to belivee if it works
@Trensue (5255)
• United States
16 May 09
Really people have very different learning styles and it is important to recognize the best learning style for you or your individual students and use that. It is not a cookie cutter approach. Some people are visual, some are not. For more information you may want to take a look at this ttp://www.helium.com/items/1177557