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As per the test in the book, these first set of questions will place you through a series of scenarios, or simulations. React as instinctually as possible: do not dwell or over think. Are you ready?
You awake in your simulation. Before you is a table with a knife and a slice of cheese on it. You must choose one to proceed.
After choosing your object, the room fades into a large auditorium. A lady on the stage is calling your name, inviting you to come up and accept an award.
The auditorium fades and you are now standing before 2 doors. One is made of glass so that you can see into the next room. The other is not transparent; you don't know what's on the other side.
After walking through your chosen door, you find 2 men (or women) kneeling in proposal. One is poor but everything you've ever hoped for in a lover. The other is not, but has a successful career.
You are now at a dinner party, where the topic of conversation is on politics.
Suddenly, a masked gunman enters and holds the party hostage.
The party fades, and you are now at home helping your family with chores. You get a phone call from a friend asking to hang out.
You are now on a bus sitting next to a police officer reading a newspaper. The front page of the newspaper features your brother, who has committed a robbery. The officer asks if you know him.
After getting off of the bus, you notice an old friend who has been ignoring you for several years struggling to unload their car full of groceries.
The scene fades and you are now facing a small child. She is crying and asking where her parents have gone. You know in the back of your mind that they have recently died.
For your final scenario, you will be put through the "fear landscape," where all of your fears come to life. Choose one of the lists below that best matches what your fears would be:
Public speaking, change, intimacy, heights, helplessness
Failure, falling, getting lost, germs, amnesia
The dark, the unexpected, bugs/animals, water, fire
Abandonment, betrayal, rejection, physical injury, criminals
Embarrassment, close spaces, commitment, poor health, death
The simulation part of the test is now over. In this next set of questions, you will be choosing the quote or phrase that you like best... starting with Shakespeare:
Some more Shakespeare selections:
And one final set of Shakespeare, because he's simply awesome:
Okay, now on to some quotes from people other than Shakespeare...
And finally, choose a quote from one of our presidents:
Almost finished! Just a few question left... Such as, what is your zodiac sign?
The administrator of this test has an infatuation with superheroes, so this question had to be included: Which of the Avengers are you most like?
The main theme of "Divergent" is that our choices define who we are. So regardless of the result you will get on this quiz, which faction would you choose for yourself?