* Score: 1-3; well balanced on the two dimensions of that scale.
* Score: 5-7; moderate preference for one dimension; will learn more easily in a teaching environment which favors that dimension.
* Score: 9-11; very strong preference for one dimension; may have real difficulty learning in an environment which does not support that preference.
1 Reflective <---> Active Comments: Definitely borderline. Extroverted thinking. Applications and explanations solidifies the information I've retained during my solo study hours. For this reason, I'm always explaining something to someone in class.
3 Intuitive <---> Sensing Comments: Extroverted thinking. Application, application. It needs to have some real world connections, and I can manage the rest of the theoretical work.
5 Visual <---> Verbal Comments: I'm not the world's greatest listener. And it shows.
9 Global <---> Sequential Comments: I wish I knew this sooner; it would have saved grief over those tedious HS and introductory college courses. When I'm taking a more sequential class, I play the '1000 Question Extravaganza' game. Drives several of my (SJ) professors nuts. Heh. Luckily, I've had a few professors who believe there's no such thing as a stupid question. It's better to actively correct your ignorance than wonder in silence.
Originally Posted by Chloee
I'll be totally confused and then suddenly it all "clicks."
You and me both.
Originally Posted by Santtu
Interesting. Nearly identical results.
"I cannot expect even my own art to provide all of the answers -- only to hope it keeps asking the right questions." -- Grace Hartigan
Heh, the intuitive one should almost be higher. I once had a 2 turn into a 3 on a math test because I couldn't be bothered to examine my own writing carefully enough. Definitely no stranger to inattention errors.