13 August 2005

This is a fun example of standardized tests being unable to peg me. If the tests has more than ten questions, then my answers seem to be all over the map. One of my jobs required a personality test and a week-long course where they determined whether each employee was more creative or analytical, more of a leader or follower, etc. They were four main categories represented by four sections on a page. They would put a point in a certain place in each section based on how much of that characteristic you possessed and then connect the dots. Most people had shapes that strongly pointed toward one particular characteristic; I had a square because my points were smack in the midddle of each box! Chalk it up to my vague, unassuming nature :-).

Squib
You scored 8% Slytherin, 40% Ravenclaw, 36% Gryffindor, and 32% Hufflepuff!

Are you sure that you belong at Hogwarts? You show no defined personal
characteristics and therefore no house preference. Perhaps you should
seriously consider a lucrative career in dentistry or tax preparation
-- or allow the Sorting Hat to redetermine your place at a later date.



My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 2% on Slytherin
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 70% on Ravenclaw
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 22% on Gryffindor
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 50% on Hufflepuff
Link: The Sorting Hat Test written by leeannslytherin on OkCupid Free Online Dating
Post a Comment