VARK analysis paper

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Click "OK" to receive your questionnaire scores. Once you have determined your preferred learning style, review the corresponding link to view your learning preference. Review the other learning styles: visual, aural, read/write, kinesthetic, and multimodal (listed on the VARK Questionnaire Results page). Compare your preferred learning strategies to the identified strategies for your preferred learning style. Appraise how this will change your way of studying, if any. In a paper (750-1,000 words), summarize your analysis of this exercise. Include the following: Provide a summary of your learning style. List your preferred learning strategies. Compare your preferred learning strategies to the identified strategies for your…show more content…
3. Nobody works in a single mode and very little of our communication is possible in a single mode. etc. Section B Some characteristics of those who have a single preference follow: e.g. Those who have a single preference have a number of stances. They may choose to use only their preferred mode for making major decisions and for learning. They say they are indecisive and confused when information comes to them in other modes. Having made their decisions using just one mode, they may be less confident that it is the "right" one than those who have used many modes to check their understanding. etc. Section C Now to your personal profile: (When you receive your Profile this paragraph is updated to use the latest data from the VARK database) Your Aural/Oral preference is very strong. Your score of 12 is well ahead of the other modes. In our April- June 2005 database of 19000 people, only 3% of respondents were in the same category as you – with an Aural preference - and yours is Very Strong. Others may have Aural as a secondary preference or part of a multimodal set of preferences but those who are mild, strong or very strong in their Aural preferences are a small group. etc. Section D Graphs and Tables. The most recent graph of preferences and a table showing percentages with a similar profile are inserted here.

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