Most of us will have a preference for math or language, and it's likely that this predilection comes from many years of either positive or negative experiences in school and the real world. For example, if you've ever had a school counselor tell you that you should avoid taking a college major that involved any level of mathematics, it would seem likely that you gravitated a lot more towards language skills in your life.
If you're someone who can do complex calculations in your head and you consider people like Neil deGrasse Tyson and Stephen Hawking to be your heroes, then it seems rather obvious that you're someone who prefers the logical and predictable world of math and science.
On the other hand, if you rely completely on a calculator or your phone to take care of anything to do with numbers and you have a grand total of zero people's phone numbers memorized, then we'll be leaning much more towards language as your preference. Should you wow us with the depth of your vocabulary and the amount of reading you do, then we might just put you into "The Poet" category.
One, two, three, four, let's find out just where you score.