Divergent hc c(2)


1. You most want your friends and family to  see you as someone who…

  • A. Is willing to make sacrifices and help anyone in need.
  • B. Is liked by everyone.
  • C. Is trustworthy.
  • D. Will protect them no matter what happens.
  • E. Offers wise advice.

2. When you are faced with a difficult problem, you react  by…

  • A. Doing whatever will be the best thing for the greatest number of  people.
  • B. Creating a work of art that expresses your feelings about the  situation.
  • C. Debating the issue with your friends.
  • D. Facing it head-on. What else would you do?
  • E. Making a list of pros and cons, and then choosing the option that the  evidence best supports.

3. What activity would you most likely find yourself doing on the  weekend or an unexpected day off?

  • A. Volunteering.
  • B. Painting, dancing, or writing poetry.
  • C. Sharing opinions with your friends.
  • D. Rock climbing or skydiving!
  • E. Catching up on your homework or reading for pleasure.

4. If you had to select one of the following options as a profession,  which would you choose?

  • A. Humanitarian.
  • B. Farmer.
  • C. Judge.
  • D. Firefighter.
  • E. Scientist.

5. When choosing you outfit for the day, you  select…

  • A. Whatever will attract the least amount of attention.
  • B. Something comfortable, but interesting to look at.
  • C. Something that’s simple but still expresses your personality.
  • D. Whatever will attract the most attention.
  • E. Something that will not distract or inhibit you from what you have  to do that day.

6. If you discovered that a friend’s significant other was being  unfaithful, you would…

  • A. Tell your friend because you feel that it is unhealthy for him or her to  continue in a relationship where such selfish behavior is present.
  • B. Sit them both down so that you can act as a mediator when they talk it  over.
  • C. Tell your friend as soon as possible. You can’t imagine keeping that  knowledge a secret.
  • D. Confront the cheater! You might also take action by slashing the  cheater’s tires or egging his or her house—all in the name of protecting your  friend, of course.
  • E. Keep it to yourself, statistics show that your friend will find  out eventually.

7. What would you say is your highest priority right  now?

  • A. Serving those around you.
  • B. Finding peace and happiness for yourself.
  • C. Seeking truth in all things.
  • D. Developing your strength of character.
  • E. Success in work or school.

Mostly A’s: Abnegation

You don’t like to draw attention to yourself, and you are more concerned  about other people’s contentment more than your own.  You find joy and  fulfillment in making other people happier, safer, and healthier. You believe  that the world would be a better place if selfishness were not so widespread.  Other people see you as somewhat difficult to get to know, but also as quiet and  kind.

Mostly B’s: Amity

You are at peace when the people around you are getting along. You appreciate  music and the arts, and it is easy to make you laugh. One of your goals is to  find as much happiness as you can. You believe that aggression and  hostility are to blame for most of the world’s problems. Others see you as  sometimes flaky or indecisive, but also as easy-going and warm.

Mostly C’s: Candor

You are honest with everyone, no matter how difficult it is, and no matter how  much trouble it gets you into, You aren’t easily offended, and would prefer to  hear the truth even if it hurts. You believe that if everyone could be honest  and forthright with each other, the world would be a much better place. Other  people see you as sometimes insensitive, but also as trustworthy and confident.

Mostly D’s: Dauntless

You love a good adrenaline rush, and you don’t  let other people dictate  your behavior. You do what you believe is right no matter how difficult or  frightening it is. You believe that the world would be better off if people were  not afraid to do what was necessary to make things right. Others see you as  often abrasive, but also as strong and bold.

Mostly E’s: Erudite

You enjoy learning new things, and you try to understand how everything works.  You tend to make decisions based on logic rather than instinct or  emotions. You believe the world would be a better place if everyone were  well-educated and devoted to learning. Other people see you as sometimes  condescending, but also as intelligent and insightful.

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Abnegation: to refuse or deny oneself; reject; renounce

Amity: friendship; peaceful harmony

Candor: the state ofbeing frank, open and sincere in speech or expression

Dauntless: fearlss, undaunted

Erudite: characterized by great knowledge; scholarly