A quiz! A quiz!!
I visited Moderate Means today, and discovered she had taken a post I had written about Visual/Auditory Learners and extended it (good on her!!). She found a quiz! Yay!! Like her, I love quizzes, too.
I had to take it!! And I must confess, I was surprised at the results.
Because, first off, I’m horrible at mathematics. And second, I’m a sedentary computer geek. Third, I thought the visual stuff would be higher.
And while I knew that music is extremely important to me, I didn’t think it would be that high!! 🙂 (Maybe I should relearn math by setting it to music? And hey, math and music are related anyways! How *did* I get so bad at math? Seriously.)
Of course, these quizzes are only as good as your answers. And not the be-all and end-all. Quizzes can be wrong! When they challenge your own notions of yourself, however, they are at their most useful, because it can make you think differently, and perhaps tackle a problem a different way.
(Now I’m thinking that perhaps my problem with the kiwifruit banana bread was that I didn’t have music on… I normally have music on while I bake, but I didn’t yesterday!!)