Writing Style Quiz Take this quiz To find out what type of writer you are and how to work with, rather than against, your type, choose the letter after each statement that best describes you. BUT FIRST! Submit your email to get your results. Name* First Last Email* When I read, I often find that I:(V) Visualize what I’m reading in my mind’s eye.(A) Read out loud or hear the words in my head.(K) “Feel” the words and ideas in my body.When I write, I:(V) Prefer to keep my sentences orderly and complete.(A) Often say the letters and words to myself.(K) Like to feel the pen in my hand and see the way the words look on the paper.If I have to remember a list of items, I remember best by:(V) Writing them down.(A) Saying them over and over to myself.(K) Moving around and using my fingers to name each one.When I’m trying to concentrate, I have a hard time when:(V) There’s a lot of clutter or movement in the room.(A) There’s a lot of noise in the room.(K) I have to sit still for any length of time.If I have to verbally describe something to someone, I tend to:(V) Be brief because I don’t like to talk a lot or explain.(A) Go into great detail because I like to talk.(K) Gesture and move around while talking.When I hear someone describing something to another person, I usually:(V) Picture what’s being said, as if seeing a movie.(A) Enjoy listening but want to interrupt and talk myself.(K) Become bored if the description is too long or detailed.When I try to recall names, I remember:(V) Faces but not names.(A) Names, but not faces.(K) The situation in which I met the person, but not the name or face.To occupy myself while I wait, I usually:(V) Look around, read, or stare.(A) Talk or listen to others.(K) Walk around, do something with my hands, or tap my foot.I learn best when I:(V) Watch someone show me.(A) Listen to directions.(K) Try to do it myself.When someone asks me for directions, I:(V) Prefer to draw them.(A) Easily describe each step.(K) Have to point and gesture.