If you learn best by doing it try an online program that increases your vocabulary. If you learn best by seeing get a test prep book from the library and study the vocabulary section by writing the words and the meanings. If you learn best by hearing (that’s my favorite) then record yourself reading the word and the meaning and asample sentence from the test prep book and play it several times a day. As you play it say it with your tape.
The key to increasing upward mobility is expanding vocabulary.
Kathy Hansen's insight:
[Disclaimer: "Kathy's Insight" is usually simply another pithy excerpt from the Scooped article] Why should vocabulary size be related to achieved intelligence and real-world competence? Though the intricate details of cognitive abilities are under constant study and refinement, it’s possible to give a rough answer. The space where we solve our problems is called “working memory.” For everyone, even geniuses, it’s a small space that can hold only a few items in suspension for only a few seconds.
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