The VARK Questionnaire for Athletes

Copyright for this version of VARK is held by Julia L.Dunn, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington 99362 and Neil Fleming. Revised in September 2013.

How Do I Learn Best?

VARK Questionnaire version 7.1

Choose the answer which best explains your preference and click the box next to it. Please click more than one if a single answer does not match your perception. Leave blank any question that does not apply.

I like team or sports websites that have:
You have an injury and you are not sure whether the word used for it was 'tendonitis' or 'tendinitis'. I would:
You are the team captain. The team has asked you to make a collection of songs for a warm-­‐up tape. Why would you decide to include a song on the tape?
You have received a copy of your itinerary for a sports trip. This is of interest to a friend. I would:
You want to make a new fruit drink for a snack. I would:
Do you prefer a coach who likes to teach a new skill or strategy by:
You have a knee injury. I would prefer that the doctor or athletic trainer:
Your coaches have asked you to make a presentation at the end-of-season function. You would:
An opponent's performance video has arrived for your coach. Why would you watch or not watch it?
You are to purchase new equipment for your sport. Other than price, what would most influence your decision to purchase a product?
You are about to learn to use a new statistics or visual tracking program on a computer. I would:
You have a YouTube clip to learn how to use a new piece of training equipment. You would like to have:
You finished competing in a sporting event and would like some feedback from your coach. You would like to:
Recall a time in when you learned how to keep an official score (in a scorebook, judge's or statistic sheet) for your sport. I learnt best by:
Your coach has assigned a group of international athletes to you to learn about your training facility. I would:
You are to give directions to a new athlete. The athlete needs to get to the team’s training facility. I would: