Exploring the Relationship between Various Learning Preferences and Final Results Achieved by Iranian EFL Learners: A Case Study

Taleb Yari

Abstract


In this study it was aimed to investigate the relationship between various learning preferences and final results achieved by 50 advanced ELF learners in Avay-e-Danesh English Language Institute in Ahar city located in Eastern Azerbaijan province. This study was performed by VAK Learning Preferences which is a Self-Assessment Questionnaire including 39 questions on various learning preferences. It was observed that 40% of learners were of visual .35% auditory and 25% kinesthetic preferences of learning. The results achieved by these learners in final exam of the term were almost the same that is they were around 80 out of 100.It was concluded that nearly there is no significant relationship between various learning preferences and exam results achieved by EFL learners at the end of the term that is no specific learning preference has any priority over the other ones when the results are compared.


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Learning Preferences, Final results, EFL Learners

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