VARK is a questionnaire that helps your learning by suggesting the strategies you should be using.
People with a strong visual preference for learning like:
different formats, space, graphs, charts, diagrams, maps and plans.
People with a strong aural preference for learning like:
discussions, stories, guest speakers, chat.
People with a strong read/write preference for learning like:
lists, notes and text in all its formats and whether in print or online.
People with a strong kinesthetic preference for learning like:
senses, practical exercises, examples, cases, trial and error.
WHY IS MY REQUEST TO USE VARK DECLINED?
The data from the arithmetic algorithm used on our website is not suitable for research purposes. Results from using paper copies are also unsuitable for research. The VARK Research algorithm is recommended for research. VARK was designed to provide learners with an indication of their preferences (single, bimodal, trimodal etc.) so that they can choose their study strategies to suit their strengths. Using paper copies does not allow that to happen. The learners would only get their four VARK scores and have no way of correctly identifying the strategies they should use. Merely using the highest score is often unhelpful especially if they have multimodal preferences. Quite different scores may have the same preference(s) and very similar scores may have different preferences.