Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire

Richard M. Felder
Barbara A. Soloman

North Carolina State University

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  1. I understand something better after I
  2. I would rather be considered
  3. When I think about what I did yesterday, I am most likely to get
  4. I tend to
  5. When I am learning something new, it helps me to
  6. If I were a teacher, I would rather teach a course
  7. I prefer to get new information in
  8. Once I understand
  9. In a study group working on difficult material, I am more likely to
  10. I find it easier
  11. In a book with lots of pictures and charts, I am likely to
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