Vol - 25, Issue - 1
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-27-12-2019-100
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Abstract : To identify the learning style of our students for developing strategies of learning. This is a quantitative study. The method used to collect data is the questionnaire, which was distributed electronically and manually to undergraduate students. The number of the participants were 194 (77.6%) out of 250: Medicine; 60 (30.9 %), Nursing; 90 (46.4%) and Radiology; 44 (22.7 %). The data were analyzed using SPSS version 20. All analyses were performed using the descriptive and correlation probabilities, P <0.01 (2-sided) was considered to indicate statistical significance. A scores of the learning styles, medical students; activists 11 (22 %), reflector 16 (32%), theorist 15 (30 %) and pragmatist 14.5 (29 %). The nursing students; activists 15 (30 %), reflector 17 (34 %), theorist 16 (32%) and pragmatist 15 (30 %). The radiology students; activists 13.5 (27 %), reflector 16 (32%), theorist 13 (26%) and pragmatist 14 (28 %). The strength of association of items: activists with reflector r = 0.455, P =(0.000)> 0.01, activists with theorist; r = 0.483, P = (0.000) >0.01, activists with pragmatist; r = 0.618, P = (0.000) > 0.01, Reflector with theorist; r = 0.677, P = (0.000) < 0.01, reflector with pragmatist; r = 0.665, P = (0.000) > 0.01 and theorist with pragmatist; r = 0.684, P = (0.000) > 0.01. In this study, the students have different learning styles and learn differently and significant correlation between learning styles and this shows the skills of our students in gaining knowledge

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