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What is your learning styles?

It is important to identify your personal learning styles and preferences to learn more effectively.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    I remember things or information by listening rather by reading.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Auditory Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 2.
    I remember things or information by picturing them in my head.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Visual Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 3.
    I like to search the meaning of the word that I do not know and used them in my conversation.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Verbal Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 4.
    I prefer to work with my hands and make things
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Physical / Kinaesthetic Learner )
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 5.
    I am good at solving complex calculation and completing puzzles.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Logical / Mathematical Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 6.
    I prefer to learn or work in groups or classes rather than working alone.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Social Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 7.
    I am good at explaining things and following spoken directions
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Auditory Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 8.
    I prefer to do individual assignments to group activities.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Solitary Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 9.
    I have a good hearing and communication skills
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Verbal Learner, Social Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 10.
    I like to draw diagrams and use sketches to solve a new or difficult problem.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Visual Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 11.
    I like to eat snacks or chew gum while I study
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Physical / Kinaesthetic Learner )
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 12.
    Before completing a task, I would list the tasks and rank them in order.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Logical / Mathematical Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 13.
    I am good at leading and organizing people.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Social Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 14.
    I am good at concentrating and aware of my thinking.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Solitary Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 15.
    People often listen to me and ask me for advice.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Social Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 16.
    I like to use colour highlighter to highlight the main idea of the text.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Visual Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 17.
    I prefer to solve problems by myself rather than asking people for help.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Solitary Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 18.
    I prefer to solve problems and discussing ideas in a group.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Social Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 19.
    I like to use facts rather than opinions in my writing or when debating.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Logical / Mathematical Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 20.
    I cannot sit or stay still for long periods of time.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Physical / Kinaesthetic Learner )
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 21.
    If I do not know the spelling of certain words, I would spell it out loud.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Auditory Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 22.
    I find it easier to express myself through conversation and writing.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Verbal Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 23.
    I need a quiet place to get my work done or to read books.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Solitary Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 24.
    I like to conduct experiments.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Logical / Mathematical Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 25.
    During lecture, I take notes to keep my hand busy but I did not often use them.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Physical / Kinaesthetic Learner )
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 26.
    I prefer to read a map and have difficulty in listening rather than listen to someone giving me the directions.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: Visual Learner)
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 27.
    I am good at word games such as crossword puzzles and tongue twister.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )
  • 28.
    I like to record my study notes and listen to them while travelling or exercising.
    • A.
      Yes
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      No
      (Correlates to: )

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Visual Learner
    Here are some learning strategies that you can do to learn better. Use highlighters when you review your notes. Organize information into outlines. Create and use flashcards to study for tests. Include images, mind maps, lists and other visual techniques in your notes to easily remember key information. Ask for a demonstration as it will easier for you to understand and recall information. Ask for handouts that you can review during lecture from your teacher if possible. It will help you to keep track of the information being presented in the lecture.
  • 2.
    Physical / Kinaesthetic Learner 
    Here are some learning strategies that you can do to learn better. Use touch, action, movement and hands-on work in your learning activities. Take notes while reading or listening to a lecture. Use different colour pens or highlighters while taking your note. Draw diagrams, figures or symbols in your notes to help you understand the material better. Teach the information that you studied to other people as it will help you to remember better. Read the information out loud. Take frequent break while studying and move around the room or do simple exercises.
  • 3.
    Auditory Learner
    Here are some learning strategies that you can do to learn better. Record your class lectures and listen back the recording. Take notes on the most important information while listening to the recording. Listen closely to the lecture during class. Read aloud your notes or texts. Sit near the front of the classroom so that you can hear every word of the lecture. Participate in class discussions as much as possible. Talk about your ideas and voicing your questions as this will increase your understanding of the material.
  • 4.
    Verbal Learner
    Here are some learning strategies that you can do to learn better. Read your notes or texts out loud as this method allows you to hear the material and process it though your own verbalization. Read your notes repeatedly as you can remember the information better. Read your textbook after each lesson and while you are studying as this will help you learn and remember. Try to learn using techniques that involve speaking and writing. Record your learning using a tape or digital audio recorder and use it later for reviews.
  • 5.
    Logical / Mathematical Learner
    Here are some learning strategies that you can do to learn better. Understand the content of the topic that you learn as it will help you to memorize better and learn the material you need to know. Breakdown the large amount of material into segments and fins ways in which these segments relate. Make a list is another good tool for logical learners as they can categorize the information that they get. Hands-on activities can also be helpful while you are learning. You can make connections and see patterns in how something works.
  • 6.
    Social Learner
    Here are some learning strategies that you can do to learn better. Involve in group activities as much as possible. Try to study with a class or form a study group. Give opinion regarding the topic that you have learned and asks feedback from others. Talk to your friends or family about what you are learning as this will help you to remember better. Asks your friends to give you questions regarding the learning topic before you take a test or examination.
  • 7.
    Solitary Learner
    Here are some learning strategies that you can do to learn better. Set your goals, objectives and plans. Keep a log or journal to include extra information on your thoughts andfeelings. Include your challenges, ideas, problems and the solution while studying in your journal. Do not spend too much time on difficult questions, learn to ask others for help. Write down your goals and set deadlines for completing them. This will help to motivate and increase your productivity. Write down your thoughts on the topic you are currently learning. This will make the information more relatable to your personal life and you are able to understand and remember it better.