Learning Styles Questionnaire

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This questionnaire has been designed to find out your personal preferred learning style or styles. It is natural to develop learning ‘habits’ that help you gain more from some experiences than from others. However, you are probably not aware of this. This questionnaire will help you diagnose your learning preferences so that you are in a better position to select learning experiences that suit your personal style.

There is no time limit to this questionnaire. But as a guide, it should take you between 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Your honesty will determine the accuracy of the results and remember there are no right or wrong answers.

If you agree more than you disagree with the statement, put a tick ✓ against the appropriate number on the score sheet. If you disagree more than you agree, put a cross a ✗ against the appropriate number on the score sheet. Be sure to mark each question with either a tick or cross.

The Questions

Click on the image below to download and print the PDF version with all 80 learning styles questions.

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You score one point for each item you ticked. But there are no points for items you crossed (x). Just indicate on the list below which items were ticked.

You can download and print your scorecard by clicking on the image below.

Screenshot of learning styles scoring sheet

Circle your scores on the chart below and join up.

Screenshot of learning style scoring grid

Learning Styles Chart

Use the below chart to plot your preferred learning style and compare this with your student/colleagues/line manager. The outcome should provide a useful guide to your individual learning styles.

Click on the image below to download and print your learning styles chart.

Screenshot of learning style chart
We hope this has given you some insight into how you prefer to learn and how this can help you in your working life now that you know your learning style.

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