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    Default New 3-type Learning Style Quiz

    This site provides an overview of just three primary learning styles, Auditory, Visual and Kinesthetic. There is also a brief quiz.

    Which are you?

    Me: combo of Visual and Kinesthetic

    Inspired by this thread.

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    Meh, each of the questions is basically asking, "Are you an auditory, visual, or kinesthetic learner?" And all the quiz itself does is add up the numbers. Inutil.
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    Visual - 10
    Auditory - 3
    Kinesthetic - 3

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    Kinesthetic.

    Twice, while at public seminars on this interesting topic, I was ratted out as one by friends and co-workers, and sent up front to demonstrate for the crowd my little world.

    I didn't fail to live up to expectations on the scenarios put forward, nor did the visual and auditory volunteers.

    still though...

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    A Visual learner. A-8 B-4 C-4...

    How surprising...

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    Always felt a degree of part pity and part disdain for the visuals.

    Couldn't imagine it making it much easier for an INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sorabji_66 View Post
    Always felt a degree of part pity and part disdain for the visuals.

    Couldn't imagine it making it much easier for an INTP.
    Expound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lbloom View Post
    Expound.

    I'll try... in my kinesthetic way...

    Basically, the whole presentation of the visual side was a shallow grasp of a situation, nothing was important beyond the obvious (captured by the eye), focused on (for lack of a better term) surface details.

    One of the features of the demonstration was the contempt that the other 2 would show for the person giving an honest answer under the gun.

    To me, everything is deteriorating in my immediate surroundings (as is natural) and I am very glad I don't make judgments based on visual stimuli as much as the other two.

    I sit at meetings or in group situations where I cannot believe what is being stated and often will have to react. (The rest just sit there like zombies, there's no puppet show today.) It has become a favourite pasttime of coworkers to sit far away from me, or at least far enough to ignore my reactions, or wait for them gleefully.

    Gore's reactions during the first (I think) debate with W, where he groaned, exhaled sharply and made body gestures was something I could relate to.

    Hope that helped, I did my best...

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    Hmm. Thanks for trying.

    I'll just say that you seem to have as tenuous a grasp of the mechanics of visual learning as I do of the kinesthetic.

    Quote Originally Posted by sorabji
    I'll try... in my kinesthetic way...

    Basically, the whole presentation of the visual side was a shallow grasp of a situation, nothing was important beyond the obvious (captured by the eye), focused on (for lack of a better term) surface details.

    One of the features of the demonstration was the contempt that the other 2 would show for the person giving an honest answer under the gun.

    To me, everything is deteriorating in my immediate surroundings (as is natural) and I am very glad I don't make judgments based on visual stimuli as much as the other two.

    I sit at meetings or in group situations where I cannot believe what is being stated and often will have to react. (The rest just sit there like zombies, there's no puppet show today.) It has become a favourite pasttime of coworkers to sit far away from me, or at least far enough to ignore my reactions, or wait for them gleefully.

    Gore's reactions during the first (I think) debate with W, where he groaned, exhaled sharply and made body gestures was something I could relate to.

    Hope that helped, I did my best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lbloom View Post
    Hmm. Thanks for trying.

    I'll just say that you seem to have as tenuous a grasp of the mechanics of visual learning as I do of the kinesthetic.


    I only sat through a few 2-3 hour presentations of the 3 methods.

    (you can do better than an attempt at a "bon mot".)

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