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Research Article Open Access
Knowledge of learning theory often helps in improving their academic performance and thus helps in mastering the professional skills. The present study was undertaken to determine the learning styles preference of the post graduate medical students of our college to see whether any alteration in the present method of teaching is required or not. The survey was conducted at Mamata Medical College, Khammam in March 2013. Learning styles of the students were determined by Fleming’s VAK questionnaire. Total 233 students participated the survey out of which 136 were male and 97 were female. In the present study, there was no statistically significant preference for learning styles amongst the unimodal learners. Whereas, less number of students preferred the kinesthetic learning style than the visual and auditory styles. Fifty percent of students preferred to learn by multiple sensory modalities in our study.
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Author(s): Pramod Kumar Reddy V Dharma Rao M Raghuram S Venkateshwarlu Sachin Avanish K Jahir Ul Haque Mahamood Ali Khan Desai
Learning styles, Medical students, Visual, Auditory and kinesthetic questionnaire (VAK)., Auditory