Learning Style and Medical Students' Performance on Objective Examinations
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Whether convergers perform better than other learning styles (measured on Kolb's Learning Style Inventory) on an objective medical school examination was investigated. Convergers were more likely than nonconvergers to achieve an outstanding (A) score on a biometrics examination.
Markert, R. J.
(1986). Learning Style and Medical Students' Performance on Objective Examinations. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 62 (3), 781-782.