In its barest definition, auditory learning
means that you retain information best when listening to someone talk. These learners often want to hear things explained to them instead of looking at diagrams, charts, or other visuals.
If you don't know whether you are an auditory learner, think about your everyday life and actions. Many enjoy listening to music and hearing people talk.
Likewise, they enjoy talking to themselves and often recite information or read aloud. They also excel at oral reports and gathering information from instructional videos.