- Sensing learners tend to like learning facts whereas intuitive learners often prefer possibilities and relationships between information.
- Sensing learners usually prefer solving problems by well-established methods and dislike complications.
- Sensing learners tend to be good at memorizing facts and doing hands-on work whereas intuitors might be better at grasping abstract concepts and mathematical formulations.
How sensing learners can help themselves
- Ask your teacher for examples that relate to real life if the material you are covering is abstract/theoretical.