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How to Learn Quiz: Put Your Knowledge About Learning to Test

Recall that our brains have two different thinking modes known as the focused and diffuse modes of thinking. Each of these modes helps us learn in different ways but the brain can think in only one of the modes at a time, but not both, more like two sides of a coin.


We’ve also talked about the idea of brain plasticity in a previous article. The human brain has this amazing ability to reorganize itself by forming new connections between brain cells otherwise known as neurons and contrary to what was once thought, your brain continues to make more of these brain cells throughout life in response to mental activity.

Another important concept we have talked about is memory. Most often, we talk about memory as if it were something we have, like bad eyesight or beautiful hair, but your memory doesn’t exist in the way a part of your body does — it’s not something you can see or touch, rather according to Richard C. Mohs, it is a concept that refers to the process of remembering.

Put Your Knowledge About Learning to Test

This quiz will quickly recap and test your knowledge of the lessons treated so far in this tutorial. Remember that the main idea of this tutorial is that you can take control of your ability to learn. We can all become better learners. We just need to learn to use and build our brains in the right way. 

Test Rules and Instructions

  • The aim of this test is to help you learn and better commit what you’ve learned to memory, so you are advised to attempt all questions.
  • While taking the test, you may skip questions and come back to them later as you wish.
  • All the questions have a number of options from which you are to select the correct answer(s). However, some questions have a different format. 
  • After completing the test, you may go through the correct answers and explanations to remind yourself of what you might have forgotten or understand why you got some questions wrong.
  • Finally, you may take the test as many times as you want and at your own pace.

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