In this study, middle school students' motivated strategies for learning were compared based on their learning styles. Four hundred fifty-one senior middle school students participated in this study. The sample comprised 52.3% female students and 47.7% male students. According to the results of the present study, the Concrete Experience and Reflective Observation learning preferences generally exhibit a negative correlation with the motivated strategies for learning whereas the Abstract Conceptualization and Active Experimentation learning styles mostly display a positive correlation with the motivated strategies for learning. Moreover, the students who have the Accommodating and Converging learning styles use motivated strategies for learning more frequently than the students who have the Diverging and Assimilating learning styles.