Journal of Educational Sciences > Volume 4, No. 1, 1992
The Learning Style Preference of Saudi EFL University Students / Abdulrahman A. Abdan, Sulaiman A. Almuarik
This study reports the results of a questionnaire asking 263 EFL Saudi university students to indicate their perceptual learning styles (PLS) preference: auditory, visual. tactile. kinesthetic. group.and individual. The study tried to answer the following questions:
Which PLS(s) is or isn't preferred?
Would sex and college major make any difference in regard to this preference?
In general the study showed that subjects have multiple learning styles preference. The subjects’ sex and major make no difference concerning their learning styles preference.