What is your learning style?

Which is best for you - Visual, Aural or Read/write study strategies? Fill in this short learning style questionnaire to find out.
(version 1.1)

You are planning a trip to an area you have never visited.
How helpful would each of the following be for you?
Looking at photos.
Drawing a rough map showing your route and the location of the main attractions.
Reading a guide.
Watching a video of someone reviewing their trip to area.
You need to find out how to make something.
How helpful would each of the following be for you?
Watching a video where someone talks you through the steps.
Reading written instructions.
Talking with someone who knows how.
Looking at diagrams and photos showing the steps.
You are going to purchase equipment for new hobby or sport.
How helpful would each of the following be for you?
Looking at photos of the equipment online.
Discussing what you have found out with a friend or family member.
Studying diagrams that show the features of the equipment.
Taking notes comparing the specifications of available equipment.
Reading an article that provides advice for beginners.
Asking for advice from someone who is already involved in the hobby/sport.
You have packed your bag ready for your first long hike – but your bag is far too heavy! You need to find out what you can safely leave behind.
How helpful would each of the following be for you?
Discussing what you are taking with other hikers.
Studying a photo showing all the things an experienced hiker takes.
Listening to advice from an experienced hiker.
Making a list of weights of essential and optional items.
Reading an article about hiking gear.
Studing graphs comparing the weight, volume and importance of hiking items.
Someone has asked you to go down to the local store to get a few things. What do you do to remember what to buy?
I picture the locations of the items in my mind.
I repeat the list of items aloud.
I picture the items in my mind.
I write the list of items down, even if the list is very short.
You are investigating future career options.
How helpful would each of the following be for you?
Reading about the careers.
Making graphs that compare study requirements, salary, and job availability.
Making a list of options with pros and cons.
Talking with people who work in the careers.
Discussing the options with people who know you well.
You are investigating the history of the area you live in so that you can help set up an audio-visual display at your library.
How helpful would each of the following be for you?
Reading about the history of your area.
Comparing historical photos of the area with current photos.
Talking with older people in your area about what they remember.
Taking notes about what you find out.
Creating a timeline with drawings or images to indicate important events.
Recording stories told by older people in your area and editing these into segments to include in your presentation.
Looking at a historical map.
You have the opportunity to work or study for a year in a country you know little about. You want to find out more about culture of that country.
How helpful would each of the following be for you?
Listening to some music.
Watching a video where someone talks about current issues there.
Reading some online news.
Reading a novel or some poetry by a popular writer.
Studying a map.
Looking at traditional and contemporary art.