Do you want to be able to program? With the help of this quiz, find out now the answer to the question "Do I have the brain of a programmer?" The questions are well-researched and the answers you select for them will help you figure out if programming is for you. While it is possible that someone without a natural bent can be a successful programmer, it is better to have a certain mindset. Let's move on and take the quiz now!
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You have the brain of a programmer!
You do not have the brain of a programmer
I start panicking.
I try to calmly assess the parts of the problem and address them accordingly.
I work on it till I solve it.
A problem? It can wait, I guess.
Ask what I will receive if I guess correctly.
There is a simple and scientific method to determine this.
I will make a rough guess.
I don't see the point in such childishness.
I give things one shot, and if I fail, then that is that.
I will probably give it a couple of tries.
I will keep at it long after anyone else would have given up on it.
If you fail, then try again. It means that you need to keep trying until you succeed.
Not at all! I have a system in place where someone can be in the same room, and I will be focused on my own task.
Yes, even the slightest distraction gets my attention.
I get distracted only when the task is not to my liking.
A bomb could go off next to me and I wouldn't notice it if I am doing something.
I reason things out and try to think about the possibilities.
I just react to whatever happens in life.
I have a plan for everything and rarely take actions that I might regret.
Humans are meant to be emotional and not machines.
Yes, this is something I have experience in.
I know how to do it but I have never actually done it before.
I don't know what this means.
I am not versed in delegating work.
Yes, I am constantly learning something or about something new.
Yes, I occasionally like to learn something new.
I like getting to know about new things but I can't do it on my own.
No, I feel uncomfortable being bad at something even if I know that I will get better with time. Why not stick to an already known thing.
Not good at all, I struggle to understand even the most basic instructions and need things pointed out to me.
I can comprehend simple instructions.
I can understand and execute complex instructions.
I generally do my own thing, I think I should be the one writing the instructions.
I work on whatever I feel like doing at that moment.
I have a plan in mind usually but sometimes end up not following it.
I am good with priorities.
I make sure that I have a list prepared of what is to be done and arrange it in order of priority extremely methodically to make things easier for myself.
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