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The purpose of this paper was to describe the mathematical problem solving abilities and learning styles of sophomore students at Ifugao State University. The research evaluated the students' level of problem-solving skills. During the second semester of the school year 2016-2017, sophomore students from the university were given a 10-item problem in college algebra. Scores evaluated the level of mathematical problem-solving skills in this test. The findings showed that when clustered according to course, sex, and ethnolinguistic association, there was a substantial variation in the problem solving skills of respondents. There was an essential association between the respondents' learning style and problem-solving skills.
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