How do you learn? What is your learning behavior like? *This is an idea I been working on for a while, tell me what you think*
The three major ways in which receive and respond to information are artistic, mechanical, and academic. Each person learns differently according to mixtures, series and different combinations in which they perform within these three ways of learning, consider this your learning behavior. People with a natural ability in certain combinations of these three will strive in different categories of skills and/or a mastery. Examples: Artistic/mechanical/academic = designer, academic/artistic/mechanical = accountant, mechanical/academic/artistic = doctor. Now these solutions are not restricted to those professions merely good results.
Artistic thinking (Creativity) + Academic thinking/ability (Logic/Memory) + Mechanic ability (Interactive Understandings) = How humans learn.
Mechanical is an ability/skill that enhances both academic and artistic. People can be extremely great at mechanic learning and can repeat those taught lessons easier than others and/or perform said lessons/actions with less practice. No question academic and artistic ability can enhance mechanics also. The other two I can explain further but I had to cut text.
Understanding your own personal learning behavior allows you to understand what you need to strive in the field you are interested in! If you are academic first in learning behavior you can excel in science and math with ease, therefore you can read and memorize what you need to excel. If you are an artistic person first, you are going to need a personal mentor for one on one interactions to progress in science and math. If you are mechanic, it depends on your secondary behavior; Mechanic/academic = laboratory learning, physical experiments, and personal experiences. Mechanical/artistic = similar to mechanic/academic except more visual than "hands on" work. Truly though if your learning personality has academic as being third, science and math will prove difficult to master.
What do you consider your learning behavior to be?
Mine = Art/A/M