Time for another revealing Personality Quiz. This week we will find out which professional athlete you most resemble. So even if you are not athletic in the slightest, take the quiz to find out which sports star you would most relate to.
Last week, we asked you a bunch of random questions to find out what type of reader you are. This week the results will reveal your reader personality! Count up all your answers and see where you fit.
Mostly A’s: OMNIVORE
You read everything! Like the scientific Latin word (eating all things plants and animals to survive), you are a literary omnivore. From sci-fi to fantasy, drama to historical fiction, trendy series to offbeat authors, if it’s got a good hook, you’ll read it! You may go in spurts of reading one genre, and then take a break to read another. You may read several books simultaneously, and you may be caught late at night reading with a flashlight under the covers. You are the person everyone turns to for book recommendations, so wear your badge proudly: a true Book Omnivore.
Mostly B’s: FAN READER
You love the latest popular series! You have your finger on the pulse of what’s hot now. You pick an author or series and become a fan follower. You follow the latest trends and when you find one you like, you are fiercely loyal. Camp out at midnight for the latest book release? Check. Dress like your favorite character? Check. See the movie version the day it comes out? Check. You might like Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Baby-sitters Club, Percy Jackson, and other popular series. Wear your badge proudly: you’re a true Fan Reader.
Mostly C’s: REPEAT READER
You read the same books over and over again! Once you find a good thing, you stick with it — because a good book never gets old. You treat your books with loyalty and care. You can quote memorable lines from your favorite books. You will probably pass down your favorite books to your kids! So wear your badge proudly: a respectable Repeat Reader.
Mostly D’s: EXPERIMENTAL READER
You like to experiment with different types of books! After all, variety is the spice of life! You are not afraid to wander away from the norm. You seek out new and cool books – maybe based on a review you read, an off-the-beaten path bookstore you discovered, or a book you saw someone reading at school. You like books that surprise you . . . and sometimes make you cry. You might like books like The Giver, When You Reach Me, The Graveyard Book, or The Underneath. So wear your badge proudly: an exciting Experimental Reader.
Mostly E’s: PICKY READER
A book better impress you . . . or it gets shelved! You are a very selective reader. You put a lot of thought into the books you pick. You can’t be bothered with a mediocre book – it’s a waste of your valuable time! If a book turns boring, you’ll shelve it. You only read books you know are great. People know if you recommend a book, it must be good. So wear your badge for the world to see: you are a proud Picky Reader.
Did this quiz accurately describe your reading personality? Leave a Comment and tell us your results.
— Ratha, Stacks Writer
All readers have one thing in common: we LOVE books! But not all readers are the same. Some people just devour any book and they don’t really care what it is, while some people are very picky and will only read books by certain authors or about certain topics. Take this Reader Personality Quiz to find out what type of reader you are.
If you were a rich and famous celebrity, would you be a diva, a superstar, a tabloid sensation, a recluse, or just down to earth like regular people? Take our Personality Quiz to find out.
- You prefer to sleep in . . .
A) coffin B) woods C) cemetery D) faraway galaxy E) underground sewer
- Who is your favorite TV monster?
A) Dracula B) Wolf Man C) The Mummy D) Gallaxhar from Monsters vs. Aliens E) The Blob
- You like your food to be . . .
A) red B) raw C) brainy D) metallic E) slimy
- People are freaked out by your obsession with . . .
A) bats B) transforming into a savage animal C) sucking out souls D) taking over the Earth E) disgusting slime
- Your teacher gets annoyed with you because . . .
A) You never come to school on sunny days. B) You’re always itching behind your ears and howling out the window. C) Sometimes when you raise your hand in class, your arm falls off. D) You talk on your “communicator” to get in touch with the mother ship. E) You turn your homework in with goo all over it.
- Pick a place to relax and just be monstrous. . .
A) dark, cozy room B) enchanted forest C) cemetery D) on top of the roof of a very tall building E) swamp
- If you could have dinner with anyone, whom would you choose?
A) Count Dracula B) shape shifter C) dementor from Harry Potter D) Darth Maul E) The Swamp Thing
- What would you do on a date with your monster crush?
A) Go on a Haunted Hayride at Halloween. B) Stroll on the beach under the moonlight. C) Wander around aimlessly and see where you end up. D) Have a video game marathon. E) Enter a hot dog eating contest.
- Which best describes your personal hygiene?
A) You don’t care about anything except brushing your teeth. B) You have long teeth and long nails. C) You always look like you just rolled out of bed. D) It is out of this world. You shower constantly. E) Hygiene? What’s hygiene?
- Your favorite monster book is . . .
A) My Sister the Vampire by Sienna Mercer B) Poison Apple: Midnight Howl by Clare Hutton C) Goosebumps Hall of Horrors: Why I Quit Zombie School by R.L. Stine D) I Was a Sixth Grade Alien by Bruce Coville E) Goosebumps: The Blob that Ate Everyone by R.L. Stine
Leave your answers in the Comments and then click here to find out your results!
— Ratha, Stacks Writer
You know how dogs’ ages are different in dog years than in human years? Supposedly, 1 year of human life equals 7 years of dog life. So a 6-year-old dog is really like a 42-year-old human! Well I was wondering if that applies to other things too. . . like those of us who read a lot.
If you read a lot of books, does that make you age differently? Get a pencil and paper, and take this fun (strictly non-scientific) quiz to find out your age in book years.
- How many books do usually you read per week?
- Multiply this number by 2.
- Add 5.
- Multiply it by 50.
- If you have already had your birthday this year, add 1762.
If you haven’t, add 1761.
- Now subtract the 4-digit year that you were born.
The total number you get is your age in book years, but notice the cool part. The first digit of this number is your reading number (how many books you read per week).
The last 2 numbers are YOUR HUMAN AGE!
Cool, right? Leave a Comment telling us your age in book years!
Here are the results to last week’s After-School Snack Personality Quiz. What after-school snack are you?
Check your answers to the questions from last week, and count how many times you picked A, how many times you picked B, how many times you picked C, and how many times you picked D. You might be evenly split between 3 choices. This means you are like a different snack each time, and like to change it up! But if you picked one letter more than the others . . .
Due to the popularity of our Fruit Personality Quiz, today we’ve got a new personality quiz to celebrate your back-to-school lifestyle. We bet you’ve always wondered . . . if you were an after-school snack, what would you be? Sweet? Salty? Totally organic?
Answer these 3 questions!