You may feel like you have some talent for music but

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You may feel like you have some talent for music, but that it may take too much time and effort to develop your skills further. However, musical development is not limited to learning how to read music or play an instrument. It can also help in areas such as math, language, memory, emotions, and more. See below to discover more ways to improve your musical intelligence. In the Learning Environment There is a pretty obvious connection between musical intelligence and classes such as Music, Band and Choir. However, there are many less obvious areas in which musical intelligence either can be used as a strength or improved when it is not as strong. Below are ways to use and develop your musical intelligence at school or when learning something new. Make sure you discuss with your teacher/counselor where and when you can use any of the following strategies. When working on assignments, try listening to quiet music in the background. Experiment with different styles to find music that helps you focus and inspires you to complete your work. While
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