Demystifying Perceptual Learning Style Preferences in English Academic Achievement: A Case Study of Finance and Banking Undergraduates in Cambodia

In the past few decades, extensive research on learning styles has been paid attention to since effective students’ learning is empirically attributable to them. However, the studies on learners’ learning styles have been scarce and marginalized in Cambodia. Ergo, this quantitative study investigated the learning style preferences of 108 undergraduate students at a private business school in Cambodia and whether the preferences somehow influence English achievement, which was operationalized as the results of English course scores.