I´m mostly Intrapersonal (maybe because I reach high scales on introvert), and secondary linguistic and spatial.
The interesting thing is that I tend to not learning at all. I know most things that I heared in lessons, because I taught myself to be interested even in "boring" things like physics or maths.
I´m definetily not a natural mathematical learner, not at all. There is a huge gap between undertanding how the world works and to prescind it so you have globular chicken in a vacuum at the end.
I mostly just know things, and I rely on my intuition in the first momemt before I begin to gather information.
It helps me to see what I can practically do with the thing I´m researching on. I´m just writing an essay about how temperature changes speed up the evolution, and it helps me that we have that nice little climate change here, so I can predict the future in the last passage.
Personally, I hate learning things by heart. Like vocabulary. It doesn´t interest me, it´s terribly boring and for that, I reject it so deeply my brain refuses to remember them. :/
But once I mastered the basics of a language, I can do everything by intuition. I read some books or watch some shows in this language and I permanently get better. I´m good at learning languages once I reach that stage, normally better than my classmates. Sadly, I´m quitting school before I can go that far with latin and I haven´t yet begun with greek (because we were to few to form a course), but I´ll try to read some philosophical texts (or better; translate them) and search an online course to join.