Understanding your results
Reliability and Validity
Our VARK Research Results
Biographies of the Founders of VARK
Articles about VARK
The VARK Questionnaire – How do you learn best?
The VARK Questionnaire for Younger People
VARK For Teachers and Trainers
Strategies / Helpsheets
Experiences with VARK – Join the Discussion
Guide for teachers and trainers
Using VARK in Online Learning
Using VARK in the Workplace
Using VARK in Sport
Guide for Researchers
VARK Quiz – How well do you understand VARK?
Information for Publishers
Resources for Using VARK with a Group
Terms of Service
General Contact Form
Copyright Permission Form
Publisher Permission Request Forms
te reo Māori
Follow us on Facebook
When learning, you should mostly use your highest scoring modality.
Candidate X has scores of V=10, A=2, R=2, and K=2. Candidate Y has scores of V=10, A=7, R=8, and K= 8. The two candidates should be using mainly Visual strategies for their learning.
Your teacher needs to use your preferred modalities when teaching if you are to learn effectively.
Those who have a four-part VARK preference can learn effectively by choosing any modality to use when learning something new.
The most important contributor to learning is the match between the learner’s preferences and the teachers’ or trainers’ preferences for learning.
The most common multimodal preference is the V-A-R-K combination where all four modes are almost equally preferred.
Different cultures have different proportions for their VARK preferences for learning.
Women are more inclined to have Aural preferences than men.
Anyone can improve their learning by filling in the VARK Questionnaire.
Older people tend to prefer VARK’s Read/write strategies more than younger people.
Terms of Service
© copyright 2023 VARK Learn Limited
VARK NEWS & INSIGHTS
Join our email list
Get monthly articles and tips about using VARK to enhance your learning and teaching.
You can unsubscribe at any time.
Invalid email address
Thanks for joining! Please check your inbox for a confirmation email.