i am the one who does irregular typos, tries three different spelling variants of a particular word in a single paragraph. i have no routine and see things in context, which is examined in a intuitive way or the product of random focus/priorities.
as a child i wrote letters upside down and mirrored. i only switch letters on a keyboard. in handwriting i may leave letters out. i had a hard time, learning to draw a round circle. but i drew in decent 3D when my classmates still drew people whose arms were coming out of the hip, or you could see the whole body through a car window.
i am pretty bad and slooooow at mental aritmetic
i read a page in a book while thinking of something else, realize it, read the page again, think about something else ...
same for audiobooks. frequently cant focus on the audio.
same for listening to concrete instructions. do this, then that. i don't save that, rather study your facial patterns and have random associations.
this depends on content. i can listen to interesting stuff.
but if it is too interesting, it will inspire me, and then i go to the land of creative theorie.
just throw a headline about "integral theory and ad(h)d" at my head, and i will be busy inventing the content of this article for a few minutes, rather than reading it.
i learn best in interaction with a task/process. taking something apart. reverse engineering, trial and error, or drawing mind maps. in any case i must see how the learned matter will add to my "goal" which is really more a "vision" that something practical.
i hate to open a new chapter, if i cant see how or if it will fit into the book of my live/vision/investigation.
i am a Ni or Si perceiver. more likely Ni.