Self-assessments are wonderful instruments to learn more about yourself and, consequently, change your environment and behaviours to facilitate success.
In order to change something for the better, you need to figure out what the situation is first. One word of caution, self-assessments are only an indicator of where you are right now; the results are not written in stone. We all change and grow.
Index of Learning Styles - This quiz asks 24 questions and will take less than five minutes to complete. Try not to think too hard -- just go with your first thought when describing your daily activities and interests. By the end, you may have some new insights into your learning preferences.
A Learning Style Survey for College - A Learning Style Survey for College written by Catherine Jester, a learning disability specialist at Diablo Valley College, uses the traditional learning-style breakdown of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic, but then adds a verbal-versus-nonverbal component. The 32-question survey, adapted for the Web by Suzanne Miller, assesses individuals on four learning preferences: visual/nonverbal, visual/verbal, tactile/kinesthetic, auditory/verbal.