Any individual aged 16 or older who is able to read and comprehend the questions is eligible to complete a Learning Styles Inventory.
I like to listen and discuss work with a partner.
I learn by hearing my own voice on tape.
I prefer to learn something new by reading about it.
I often write down the directions someone has given me so that I don’t forget them.
I enjoy physical sports or exercise.
I learn best when I can see new information in picture form.
I am able to visualize easily.
I learn best when someone talks or explains something to me.
I usually write things down so that I can look back at the later.
If someone says a long word, I can count the syllables that I hear.
I have a good memory for old songs or music.
I like to discuss in small groups.
I often remember the size, shape, and color of objects.
I often repeat out loud the directions someone has given me.
I enjoy working with my hands.
I can remember the faces of actors, settings, and other visual details of a movie I saw in the past.
I often use my hands and body movement when I’m explaining something.
I prefer to practice redrawing diagrams on a chalkboard rather than on paper.
I seem to learn better if I get up and move around while I study.
If I wanted to assemble a bike, I would need pictures or diagrams to help with each step.
I remember objects better when I have touched them or worked with them. _
I learn best by watching someone else first.
I tap my fingers or my hands a lot while I am seated.
I speak a foreign language.
I enjoy building things.
I can follow the plot of a story on the radio.
I enjoy repairing things at home.
I can understand a lecture when I hear it on tape.
I am good a using machines or tools.
I find sitting still for very long difficult.
I enjoy acting or doing pantomimes.
I can easily see pattern in designs.
I need frequent breaks to move around.
I like to recite or write poetry.
I can usually understand people with different accents.
I can hear many different pitches or melodies in music.
I like to dance and create new movements or steps.
I enjoy activities that require physical coordination.
I follow written directions better than oral ones.
I can easily recognize differences between similar sounds.
I like to create or use jingles/rhymes to learn things.
I wish more classes had hands-on experiences.
I can quickly tell if two geometric shapes are identical.
The things I remember best are the things I have seen in print or pictures.
I follow oral directions better than written ones.
I could learn the names of fifteen medical instruments much easier if I could touch and examine them.
I need to say things aloud to myself to remember them.
I can look at a shape and copy it correctly on paper.
I can usually read a map without difficulty.
I can “hear” a person’s exact words and tone of voice days after he or she has spoken to me.
I remember directions best when someone gives me landmarks, such as specific buildings and trees.
I have a good eye for colors and color combinations.
I like to paint, draw, or make sculptures.
When I think back to something I once did, I can clearly picture the experience.