Paper Title
Student Perspectives on a Blended Quantitative Course

The purpose of the paper is to study the perspectives of students towards the blended delivery of a quantitative course, according to their personality traits. Results indicated differences according to students’ personality traits. For example, those classified as Neurotic felt most satisfied with the course overall, the delivery format and the workload required. It was also found that the level of anxiety is the highest when the final exam is a closed-book exam without a cheat sheet and is felt most by the Neurotic group. In general students felt strongly that learning statistics is easier in-class rather than online, once again particularly among the Neurotics. This category of student might warrant a different approach to learning from other personality traits. Keywords- Big Five personality traits, delivery format, delivery method, quantitative courses