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Isa cd roms for dyslexia?

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nifty   

hey folks,

 

kinda a werd question, but i'm dyslexic and have terible trouble lerning the theory side of things, thing is i really want to lern more, it piss's me off that i know little of what i shud know, but books and me dont get along!! and was wonderin if ther was any one used the ISA cd roms? if there any good? or if there's any one in the same situaton could give us som advice, point me in the right direction...

 

cheers:)

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I have the ISA cert arb book with the CDs. The CD is basically a narration of the book but the study guide has a bit more info in it and all the diagrams. Its good because you can have the CDs in the car/van and listen to them each day. Which is what i do. They have all the questions on the CDs too so you can answer along in the truck.

 

Downside is that the guy narrating has a very strong american accent and it does get a little annoying.

 

I got one of the interactive CDs on climbing stuff too free once. That was very good.

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MATTMOSS   

:dito:

 

I think the book is more useful than the CD's, as there are all the pictures in it and as mentioned above the American guy gets very annoying and I find myself talking american for the rest of the day!!:lol:

 

good job

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swinny   

I have the book and the cd's, will have to start listening to them in the van. As said the american guy does get a bit annoying lol :lol:

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