Now that you have determined your learning style and know your preferred conditions for learning you can plan accordingly.
Do you want to challenge yourself? With this new information at hand, you may want to take a self-directed approach and apply your style to an education setting taught in a different style. Remember, there is no “good” or “bad” style.
For instance – if you are a Visual learning and someone is drawing pictures and charts you are comfortable with the style. However, if someone is lecturing, you will probably want to draw your own picture or create your own mental image so that it makes more sense to you.
If you are an Auditory learner and someone is lecturing, you are comfortable with the style and will probably take notes in your own words. However, if someone is drawing pictures and graphics – you will want to take notes, in paragraph format so you can express your understanding of the material.
If you are a Kinesthetic learner and someone asks you to come up and demonstrate a new device or review a new material, you are probably very comfortable with the style. However, if someone asks you to sit and take detailed notes you might want to envision the skills required and take notes accordingly.