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The VARK questionnaire can help you explore what type of learner you are. The VARK was developed by Neil Fleming back in 1987. It can identify which sensory modality a learner has a preference for. The four modalities are:

  1. Visual learning
  2. Auditory learning
  3. Read/write learning
  4. Kinesthetic (touch and feel) learning

Originally people could identify their primary preferred form of learning but nowadays we recognise that learners can be a combination of two forms. The VARK can help people with identifying not only their learning strengths but also in identifying their weaknesses thus enabling them to focus more on any areas they may struggle with.

Take the questionnaire yourself at the link below:

The WHO uses survey’s to determine the risk or vulnerability a country or system is to corruption within the pharmaceutical industry. They us a combination of Klitgaard’s corruption formula and┬áCohen, Cercone and Macaya questionnaire’s which discussed in class.The link below describes the process in details

You can look at the questions used in the surveys at the end of the document above (pages 109-154) to give you an idea of how the process works.