My results show that I am both an active learner and a reflective learner. Active learning means that when I learn something new, I have to do a physical practice of this thing, draw it out, or tell someone about it, rather than just doing it. Reflective learning is simply thinking about the newly learned skill. This makes a lot of sense because while I tend to think a lot about doing something before I actually do it, once I actually do it, all of it clicks.
I am more of an intuitive learner than a sensing learner, which means that I enjoy learning about possibilities and relationships more than concrete, factual things. I like innovation more than repetition. Hence, I want to do different things all the time. The last thing I want to do is to work for the machine in a cubicle or something like that. I want to do different projects and achieve different goals, all the time. I want to travel and experience new, different cultures.
On the scale between verbal and visual learning, I placed a 9 out of 11. I am extremely visual, for if someone is lecturing, it would help if they had a picture to go along with it. This would explain why I do quite well in my art history classes. If I see something, I get it.