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Each of our brains have a unique process for acquiring knowledge and skills. Knowing how you learn best can have an immediate and significant impact on your academic success and ultimately help you work, learn, and live more efficiently. Equipped with this knowledge you can make informed decisions related to course selections, majors, and career pathways. Some of the many benefits include; increased motivation, performance, achievement, and a reduction in academic-related anxiety.
Developed by Neil D. Fleming in 1987 the VARK questionnaire uses 16 questions to determine your preferred learning style in one of four categories.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality test that categorized individuals into one of sixteen personality types results are then presented in the form of a 4 -letter acronym. Time to complete: 10 minutes
Psychologist Howard Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligence suggests individuals possess multiple learning abilities across 8 categories and we draw upon these strengths to problem solve and navigate the world around us. Time to complete: 20 minutes.
Developed by Richard Felder and Barbara Soloman from North Carolina State University Felder's Index of learning styles is a 44 two choice questionnaire that helps learners identify their learning preferences.