Funded mini-project: An investigation into the learning styles of the University of Southampton Medical School entrants and outcomes of their first year Primary BM exams. Final report


Haley, V. and Smith, C.F. (2005) Funded mini-project: An investigation into the learning styles of the University of Southampton Medical School entrants and outcomes of their first year Primary BM exams. Final report , Southampton, UK University of Southampton 7pp.

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The learning experience is a phenomenon that has sought much interest and investigation, in particular the ability to categorise learners according to their learning style preference. This project set out to investigate relationships between learning styles on entrance to medical school, the learning style of ‘reflector’ (40.37%) being dominant. There is also a correlation between previous institution and learning style, with sixth form students having a higher percentage of ‘activists’. Over 50% of students changed their learning style over the year, with activists becoming the dominant group. Finally, theorists achieved higher results in the end of year exam.

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2005Published
Date Deposited: 02 Oct 2008
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2017 17:32
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/60837

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