Are there certain spots at school that are just “your spot?” Do you always hang there with your friends (or alone)? What do these locations say about you and your personality? Take this quiz and find out!
- I sit in the front of the classroom.
- I sit at the back of the classroom, or by the door.
(1). This means that you are a go-getter. You’re extremely goal-oriented. Also, you like to know exactly what’s going on, at all times. This is great because you’re able to find solutions for whatever situation you find yourself in.
(2). This means that you’re a very laid-back, relaxed person. You like to have a clear view of your surroundings and others. You like to be in control of your circumstances, because if affords you a sense of calm. This is great because in the event of an emergency, you’re able to stay cool and collected.
- I eat outside, or in the middle of the cafeteria.
- I eat at the edge of the cafeteria.
(1). This means that you’re social. You like to be in the thick of things, where the action is happening. You’re adventurous. This is great because every new experience you have will build your character and overall sense of self.
(2). This means you avoid the spotlight. You don’t like having everyone’s full attention at all times, and you enjoy sitting back and watching someone else put on a show. This is great because being behind the scenes gives you a clear view of everything that’s happening. You’re always in tune with the latest information.
- I always hang out in the library.
- I hang out in the bathroom.
(1). This means you’re a keen observer. You don’t always talk, or include yourself in activities, but you’re always listening. You enjoy solitude and the company of your own mind, as well. This is great because you’re able to see every side of a situation, as well as the root of most problems, which means you’re typically able to come up with a unique solution.
(2). This means that you probably enjoy staring in the mirror. That’s totally fine! We all do it. You like to make sure your hair is in place and your shirt isn’t wrinkled. This is great because it means that you’re always trying to put your best foot forward. This may also indicate that you need to feel safe.
- I walk in the middle of the hallway.
- I walk on the side of the hallway.
(1). This means that you’re assertive. You know what you want and you don’t have a problem asking for it. You make your own path in life, and ask that people kindly move out of your way. This is great because you’ll never have a problem saying what you want or communicating what you believe is best.
(2). This means that you often go with the flow. Life is like a highway with traffic. It may throw a wrench in your plans but you have immense amounts of patience. This is great because it means you can take on projects that require a lot of time, diligence and patience without becoming overwhelmed.
- I hang out in the parking lot after school.
- I leave to go home immediately after the bell rings.
(1). This means that you may have trouble moving on from things. Though school may not be your favorite place, if you hang around in the parking lot then you prefer for things to stay the same. You’re not a big fan of change. No worries though, because this demonstrates how you maintain a consistent and steady level of determination and drive when it comes to your passions.
(2). Go, go, go! You like to change things up, head in new directions and surprise people! You have a tendency to be impulsive and act solely based on your feelings. Though this can get you into trouble sometimes, it’s great because it often makes you more endearing to others.
- I hang out on the football field.
- I prefer to hang out under the bleachers.
(1). This means that you like to feel free. You like knowing you have options, and that if the feeling hits you, you can travel in any direction you’d like. Also, open spaces remind you that you are very, very small. And God’s Earth is very, very big! This is great because you will live a well traveled and informed life.
(2). While staying cool may be important to you, that’s not why you hang out underneath the bleachers. You probably feel oppressed, or as if everyone is always telling you how to act and what to be. Sometimes you just need some time away from all the pressure. There’s nothing wrong with that. You can have as much time and space as you need to feel alright. This feeling of needing to get away from everything and everyone can actually be great, because it helps you process your feelings and determine who you truly are deep within.
- I loiter around the front office.
- I spend more time in the nurse’s office than I probably should.
(1). This means making decisions comes naturally to you – and life is full of options. Whenever you have to make a choice, you weigh your options carefully and chose the one that’s best for you. This is great because it lessens the chance of you making a snap decision that you’ll regret.
(2). You’re probably drawn to the beds, right? No shame! Actually, this means that you need a break. Life is constantly pulling at you from all sides, and it’s okay to slow down every once in a while to rest. This is actually great because when you’ve had your break, you always come back recharged and ready to go!
- I hang out in the theater/auditorium.
- The music room is a good place to spend extra time.
(1). This means that people can always count on you to put on a good show! You love making people laugh, and if you’re around, then everyone is sure to have a good time. What a great quality to have! This is great because you’re always able to encourage and build others up when they need you the most.
(2). This means that you’re a great listener. People usually come to you with their problems and can count on you to listen without judgment. This is great, as the Bible praises a gentle, quiet spirit.
- I hang out at the weightlifting gym.
- I hang out in the swimming pool.
(1). This means that you’re athletic. Even if you aren’t able to run a mile, you can appreciate a good sweat. That’s great, because taking care of your body is a blessed endeavor.
(2). This means that you’re very sanitary. This is great because you like to keep both yourself and your surroundings clean and pristine.