I stumbled onto this post this morning so I went and did a little research. I didn't take a test, but based on the descriptions I am confident that I am RKVA, especially when I compare it to my experience while learning Spanish.
READING AND WRITING
Several months ago I discovered and began using the Scriptorium Technique described in Advanced Learning Technique #22. Working through a lesson this way takes a lot more time, but I learn so much more by writing the sentences as I go through the lessons and testing.
I consider writing the lessons a kinesthetic activity as well, and additionally I find that slowing down and carefully pronouncing each word helps me learn as well.
Putting some of the information in chart form is helpful to me. For example, when I have needed to learn the various pronouns it helps when I write them out in chart form:
I actually draw horizontal and vertical lines when I do this. And after doing it several times for direct, indirect, reflexive, and other pronouns their "positions" become cemented in my mind.
To help me learn verb endings as I encounter new tenses, I have created for myself a chart with singular and plural persons going down and tenses going across, which I color coded to help me recognize patterns. When I need to work out a tense I can see the chart in my mind and sort of go across and drop down to the right conjugation. And when a new tense comes along I can just add it to my chart.
I also found a graphic that helps me with the por/para differences.
Last in effectiveness for me is just hearing information. I have trouble concentrating on the spoken word, and after a short period I find my mind wandering and have lost touch with what is being said.