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SCORING SHEET

SCORING SHEET

1. Put "1"s in the appropriate spaces in the table below (e.g. if you answered "a" to Question 3, put a "1" in Column "a" by Question 3).
2. Total the columns and write the totals in the indicated spaces.
3. For each of the four scales, subtract the smaller total from the larger one. Write the difference (1 to 11) and the letter (a or b) with the larger total.

For example, if under "ACT/REF" you had 4 "a" and 7 "b" responses, you would write "3b" on the bottom line under that heading (3 = 7- 4, and the "b" total was the larger of the two.)

 ACT/REF SEN/INT VIS/VRB SEQ/GLO Q a b Q a b Q a b Q a b 1 __ __ 2 __ __ 3 __ __ 4 __ __ 5 __ __ 6 __ __ 7 __ __ 8 __ __ 9 __ __ 10 __ __ 11 __ __ 12 __ __ 13 __ __ 14 __ __ 15 __ __ 16 __ __ 17 __ __ 18 __ __ 19 __ __ 20 __ __ 21 __ __ 22 __ __ 23 __ __ 24 __ __ 25 __ __ 26 __ __ 27 __ __ 28 __ __ 29 __ __ 30 __ __ 31 __ __ 32 __ __ 33 __ __ 34 __ __ 35 __ __ 36 __ __ 37 __ __ 38 __ __ 39 __ __ 40 __ __ 41 __ __ 42 __ __ 43 __ __ 44 __ __ Total (sum X's in each column) ACT/REF SEN/INT VIS/VRB SEQ/GLO a b a b a b a b __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ (Larger - Smaller) + Letter of Larger (see below*) ____ ____ ____ ____

*Example: If you totaled 3 for a and 8 for b, you would enter 5b.

Explanation of scores

• If your score on a scale is 1-3, you have a mild preference for one or the other dimension but you are essentially well balanced. (For example, a 3a in the ACT/REF category indicates a mild preference for active learning.)
• If your score on a scale is 5-7, you have a moderate preference for one dimension of the scale and will learn more easily in a teaching environment which favors that dimension.
• If your score on a scale is 9-11, you have a strong preference for one dimension of the scale. You may have real difficulty learning in an environment which does not support that preference.

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