It's pretty commonly accepted that there are three learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Some people are now hypothesizing the existence of an additional fourth learning style, the reading and writing style:
This preference is for information displayed as words. Not surprisingly, many teachers and students have a strong preference for this mode. Being able to write well and read widely are attributes sought by employers of graduates. This preference emphasizes text-based input and output - reading and writing in all its forms but especially manuals, reports, essays and assignments. People who prefer this modality are often addicted to PowerPoint, the Internet, lists, diaries, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations and words, words, words... Note that most PowerPoint presentations and the Internet, GOOGLE and Wikipedia are essentially suited to those with this preference as there is seldom an auditory channel or a presentation that uses Visual symbols."
I was pretty excited when I saw this because it explains my approach to school much better than any of the other styles, but then I started thinking about it and I wonder whether if it's not just a kind of super-focused blend of visual and kinesthetic, which are my two highest scores on the VAK system. (They recommend read/write learners to go through the physical act of writing and rewriting to memorize stuff).
Anyway, here's a pretty infographic for the visual learners and a QUIZ, if you like quizzes (I do).