A visual learner is someone who absorbs information best through visual aids, such as pictures, diagrams, charts, and graphs. They rely on seeing information to understand and remember it effectively. Visual learners often prefer visual representations of concepts in educational settings and benefit from visual cues to enhance their comprehension and retention of information.

Is that you? Then maybe it's time to check out the ASWB exam preparation help available on YouTube.

Some recommended channels:

  • Us! Subscribe to SWTP YouTube for an ever-expanding library of practice question walk-throughs and tips. 
  • Also take a look at RayTube for still more question walk-throughs and exam-taking tips.
  • Exam tutor Phillip Luttrell's YouTube channel started with a series of half-hour long videos dedicated to helping you learn how to pass the LMSW and LCSW exams. Additional videos dig into strategies for answers DSM-based questions, into Erikson's stages of development, and into PTSD.

All of the above offer paywall protected content--exams, tutoring, study groups, etc. But wow is there a lot of free material there for you to feast on. 

Put teachings to work with practice questions. We've got plenty of them (over 900). Create an account to get started.

Happy watching, happy studying, and good luck on the exam! 

November 19, 2018
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