How to see the difference between colour and visual learners

The visual learners have the potential to revolutionise the way we learn.

The brain is made up of two hemispheres: the left and right hemisphere.

One of these hemisphericals, called the primary visual cortex, processes colour images, while the other, the inferior visual cortex processes visual information.

This process is different for every learner and each person.

To learn visual colour, a person needs to be able to identify the hue of a certain colour.

In order to do this, the brain uses a process called visual acuity, which is determined by how fast a person can see a particular colour.

To test your ability to learn visual colours, the first thing to do is to test your visual acency.

Visual acuity is a test you need to complete to make sure you can recognise the hue you have identified.

As you can see from the picture below, you have to make a judgement based on your visual experience and the information you are seeing.

If you fail to make this judgement, your ability will not be recognised.

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