This article discusses the patterns of brain thinking according to (Ned Hermann) among post-basic education students in the South Sharqiyah Governorate in the Sultanate of Oman and it is part of a field study conducted by the researcher in government schools affiliated with the Ministry of Education in the Sultanate of Oman. The research problem lies in the lack of awareness among students of post-basic education in the Governorate of South Sharqiya in the Sultanate of Oman of the importance of knowing their thinking patterns in the close relationship between him and his academic achievement, and thus choosing a major in a way that is consistent with his thinking style. And therefore his inability to complete the study normally or lose the opportunity to learn. Therefore, it constituted a very important problem that deserves study and research. Therefore, the study aimed at identifying the brainstorming patterns according to (Ned Herman) among post-basic education students in the Governorate of South Al Sharqiyah in the Sultanate of Oman, and to answer the study question, the researcher used the descriptive analytical method to identify the brainstorming patterns according to (Ned Hermann) among post-basic education students. By selecting a random sample of (654) male and female students for the academic year 2020-2021 AD, the results showed that of the students constituting (11.16%) of the total of the actual sample, they have a secondary preference for patterns, as for the basic patterns, the degree of students' ownership of the patterns varied Between having only one pattern, and some having all four patterns(A-B-C-D), and the results indicate that the prevailing pattern among students is their possession of all four types (A-B-C-D), and what constitutes (39.3%), and the lowest pattern is the pattern that combines (B-D) with a rate of (0.76%). The results also showed on the level of the number of patterns that type (A) came first at the level of monotypes.
thought patterns, Ned Hermann model, post-basic education students