Hi, I'm Stephanie Gallagher for About.com, and today, I'll share with you some tips for auditory learners.All of us learn in different ways. For example, some students find it easier to learn by seeing something, others by hearing and still others by experiencing things first hand. Research shows that you will perform better on tests if you adapt your study habits to suit your learning style.Auditory learners have the easiest time remembering things they've heard, so playing word association games can be a great way to remember facts. Participating in group discussions is another useful study tool for auditory learners, who are likely to remember what they heard in the discussion better than what they've read in a book. Recording lectures and using audiotapes for language practice are also helpful tools to use for auditory learners. Watching educational videos can be helpful, too.Finally, auditory learners can benefit from:Thanks for watching. For more great tips just like these, join us on the web at Education.About.com.