Implications for learning
As a logical learner you are naturally inclined to want to understand something rather then just memorizing facts.
This can be a strength or a weakness. Use your natural curiosity to deeply understand the concepts in your school work, but don't allow yourself to get too bogged down in something that you do not understand.
Some have called this "analysis paralysis."
Recognize that at times when preparing for a test, memorization is appropriate.
Use your natural organizational skills for your benefit.
Make lists of all the things you need to study, and reward yourself by checking them off upon completion.
A logical person enjoys a mental challenge.
If you are feeling mentally fatigued by your school work, it may actually rejuvenate your thinking to take some time out and work a crossword or maths puzzle.
Finally, understand that not all people are as logical as you in their approach to learning.
You may find that you have completed your assignments far ahead of your classmates.
Do not be critical of others if they do not keep up your same pace or use the same orderly process toward learning that you use.
http://www.phoenix.edu/cmp/education-nation/online-assessment/logical.html (Accessed 19 Mar 2013)