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<p class="apa">Problem-based Learning (PBL) approach has been widely used in various disciplines since it is claimed to improve students' soft skills. However, empirical supports on the effect of PBL on problem solving skills have been lacking and anecdotal in nature. This study aimed to determine the effect of PBL approach on students' problem solving skills using a quasi-experimental non-equivalent group pretest–posttest design. Fifty management students from a premier Technical University indoi:10.5539/ies.v9n5p166 fatcat:ei7ylxcqbzaddphkrlvb542c34