The study aimed at finding out the association between selected learning styles (LS) and academic
achievement (CGPA) of postgraduate learners in the faculty of social sciences. The study was
quantitative. The population of the study was postgraduate learners enrolled in the fourth semester of the social
sciences faculty at the University of Sargodha. The sample was drawn using random sampling technique from five
social sciences departments. The sample size was three hundred. The questionnaire was comprised of 60 items on
a five-point Likert scale Cronbach alpha calculated for reliability of the questionnaire and it was.84. Academic
achievement was measured while accessing the CGPA of learners. It was found that mostly learners use auditory
learning style (ALS) in the social sciences and there is a strong association of auditory style of learning and CGPA.
The study has ultimate, implications for classroom planning, organizing and teaching at postgraduate level.
1-Uzma Shahzadi Assistant Professor,Department of Education,University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Ashfaque Ahmad Shah Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Syeda Zunaira Fatima Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan.