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Unformatted text preview: The VARK Questionnaire Results Your scores were: Visual: 7 Aural: 5 Read/Write: 8 Kinesthetic: 7 You have a multimodal (VARK) learning preference. Your scores were: Visual: 5 Aural: 9 Read/Write: 7 Kinesthetic: 11 Multimodal Study Strategies If you have multiple preferences you are in the majority as approximately 60% of any population fits that category. Multiple preferences are interesting varied. For example you may have two strong preferences V and A or R and K, or you may have three strong preferences such as VAR or ARK. Some people have no particular strong preferences and their scores are almost even for all four modes. For example one person had scores of V=6, A=6, R=6, and K=6. She said that she adapted to the mode being used or requested. If the teacher or supervisor preferred a written mode she switched into that mode for her responses and for her learning. So multiple preferences give you choices of two or three or four modes to use for your interaction with others. Positive reactions mean that those with multimodal preferences choose to match or align their mode to the significant others around them. But, some people have admitted that if they want to be annoying they may stay in a mode different...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2009 for the course EXSC 205 taught by Professor Girandola during the Spring '08 term at USC.
- Spring '08