Another test from the website Edutopia asks questions about how you prefer to learn things and what kinds of activities you enjoy. For instance it asks how much time you spend "getting lost in a book...writing a journal...yearning to get close to nature" and so on. Other questions begin, "How keen would you be to...?" and "When you're in a group, how often do you find yourself...?"
Indiana University South Bend offers a Barsch learning styles inventory here: iusb.edu/tutoring/barsch.php. It works with pull down menus and all the questions as whether you do an activity"sometimes, seldom" or "often." Interestingly, of the several assessments I have taken many ask whether I "Bear down extremely hard when writing." What's that all about? According to Barsch inventory, I learn almost equally well by visually, aurally or kinesthetically.
Give a learning styles assessment a try. You may be able to do one in less than ten minutes. It is at the very least the source of an interesting conversation with some vocabulary it could be helpful to learn. It could form the start of a lesson about giving personal information about yourself. It could also be part of a career portfolio project. You will find several assessments at the delicious website: delicious.com/literacy_network/learning_styles. Have fun!