Do you think we can guess what type of learner you are based on a few personality questions? Take this quiz and find out just how much we know!
Do you ever find yourself getting lost in a good book?
Do you enjoy taking on arts and crafts projects?
Do you ever keep a journal or blog?
Every now and then
How do you unwind when feeling stressed out?
I listen to music
I take a walk
I take a warm bath
I partake in some drinking
I write in a journal
How do you win an argument?
You don't win an argument
Through logical reasoning
By writing down my feelings
I wildly yell
I listen and nod
What is your worst listening habit?
Playing with something in my hand or pockets
What do you most like to do for fun?
Read a book
What's your biggest pet peeve?
People who are illogical
Did you ever fall asleep during a lecture?
Once or twice
How do you approach solving a problem?
I write or draw diagrams
I talk myself through it
I use movies or visual aids
I do trial and error
You are an auditory learner! Auditory learners would always rather listen to things being explained than reading about them. Despite this, they can often become easily distracted by background noise while trying to listen to a lecture or video.
You are a visual learner! Visual learners learn best by looking at a graphic, viewing a demonstration, or reading a book. They often have difficulty listening to a lecture or audio lesson.
Hands On Learner
You are a hands on learner! Hands on learners learn best through touch. It is best for them to learn through participating in an activity or demonstration, rather than watching or listening. They are very trial and error type of learners.
Visual And Auditory Learner
You are a visual and auditory learner! You learn best when you are able to both listen and see what is being taught. You love to listen to a lecture and then read more about the subject in order to really feel concrete on the subject.
Visual And Hands On Learner
You are a visual and hands on learner! You like to watch a video or read about a certain subject and then tackle it hands son. You learn best by using the base information you learned visually, and applying it to a hands on approach.