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Mobile learning technology is growing rapidly and it has great potential in providing students with learning opportunities - anytime and anywhere. With a variety of tools and resources always available, mobile learning provides increased options for the personalization of learning. With access to so much content anytime and anywhere, there are plenty of opportunities for individual learning. However, each individual has his/her single way of learning. Students learn through several methods - by hearing, seeing, memorizing, visualising, reflecting and acting. Accordingly, some instructors demonstrate or discuss topics, focus on rules, give examples, or emphasize memory. For those reasons, adaptive mobile learning can personalize courses to meet individual needs. In this paper, we present the design and evaluation of a prototype tool called the Adaptive Mobile Learning System, which seeks to support students with a learning object, which is based on their needs. A total of 128 participants (90 female and 38 male) were selected for participation.