Which learning style are you? Take the questionnaire to find out.
It’s a really useful tool to use both in your workplace and in your personal life, to help understand more about yourself and the people around you. It can transform the way you communicate, teach and learn with others.
|Learning Style||Type of Learner||Learning preference|
|Activists||Hands on||Trial and error|
|Reflectors||Tell me||Briefed before proceeding|
|Theorists||Convince me||Clarity – Does this make sense?|
|Pragmatists||Show me||Likes an expert to demonstrate|
The aim of the Learning Styles Questionnaire is to equip you with the skills needed to be an all-round learner . Once someone knows their learning style preferences, they are better equipped to choose learning experiences that suit their predominant style(s). This helps them learn more easily and more effectively from a range of different learning opportunities.
Honey & Mumford highlight different learning styles : Activists, Reflectors, Theorists, and Pragmatics. The highest score indicates the type of learner you are which corresponds to your learning preference.
The output report provides your results as a Raw Score (amount of statements you agreed with), percentile score (comparing your raw score to a group of others who have previously completed the LSQ), and visual graph (indicates the strength of your preference for each style).