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  1. Can remember more about a subject trhough listening than reading.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Follow written directions better than oral directions.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Like to write things down or take notes for a visual review.
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    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Bear down extremely hard with a pen or pencil when writing.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Require explanations of diagrams, graphs or visual directions.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Enjoy working with tools.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Are skillful with and enjoy developing and making graphs and charts.
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    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Can tell if sounds match when presented with pairs of sounds.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Remember best by writing things down several times.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Can understand and follow directions on maps.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Do better at academic subjects by listening to lectures and maps.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Play with coins or keys in pocket.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Learn to spell better by repeating the letters out loud than by writing the word on paper.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Can better understand a news article by reading about it in the paper that by listening to lectures and maps.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Chew gum, or snack during studies.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Feel the best way to remember is to picture it in your head.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Learning spelling by "finger spelling" the words.
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    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Would rather listen to a good lecture or speech than read about the same material in a book.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Are good at solving and working on jigsaw.
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    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Grip objects in hands during learning period.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Prefer listening to the news on the radio rather than reading about it in a news paper.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Obtain information on an intersting subject by reading relevant materials.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Feel very comfortable toaching others, hugging, handshaking, etc.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon


  1. Follow oral directions better than written ones.
    Often
    Sometimes
    Seldon