Sma New Student Orientation

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Sma New Student Orientation - Quiz

Hello, prospective new student! Principal Tristan here. This is the standard test that new students take in order to be sorted into one of SMA's houses: Igneus, Eluvies, Sedo, Austerus, Constans, or Fluctus. Good luck and I hope to see you back on campus soon!https://s-m-a. Proboards. Com


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Igneus House

Congratulations, you have been sorted into IGNEUS house, or the HOUSE OF FIRE!This house’s essential character traits are easily excitable, energetic, passionate, optimism, and sociability. People of Igneus house love people, love to be surrounded by people, and love the drama of people. Igneus house members also have random flashes of insight and flares of creativity. They live life large and are often very flustered with mundane things. They actively seek attention and gain much gratification from it. You will rarely find people from Igneus house without a throng of people surrounding them as they like to be on top of things and in the spotlight, though they are also prone to aggression, as well. Igneus students tend to be the culprits in many school fights - the term "firestarter" comes to mind here, as well.People of Igneus house also make excellent leaders as they possess the confidence and articulation of great orators. As far as magic goes, those of fiery Igneus house tends to excel at more showy subjects such as Transfiguration while they flounder is more logical and less creative subjects, like Potions. People from Igneus house tend to find their niche is fast paced careers like working with dangerous magical creatures. The primary color for this house is red.

Eluvies House

Congratulations, you have been sorted into ELUVIES house, or the HOUSE OF WATER!Those of this house possess great intuition, adaptability, wisdom, honesty, and resourcefulness. People in Eluvies house are either quite restless and love to travel like moving water or are calm, tranquil, and like peace like stilled waters. All Eluvies people have innate wisdom beyond their years and a very well-developed insight into people. They like to flex their wits as well as listen to others and to help soothe them, though they themselves possess an altogether elusive nature, preferring solitude to socializing. With this sign comes an ebb and tide of emotions, as well, as still waters run deep, but Eluvies people tend to keep a cool composure regardless. They also can adapt to many situations and find this easy to do coupled with their astonishing intuitiveness.People of Eluvies house make for wonderful mediators with their cool heads and also make good counselors as well, being able to listen well to others and offer wise insight. As for magic, those of Eluvies house excel in more complex subjects like Arithmancy or Ancient Runes with floundering in more wooly subjects such as Divination. People from Eluvies house tend to find their niche in more intellectual careers like Professors or more travel-ready occupations like an Unplottable map-maker or researcher. The primary color for this house is blue.

Sedo House

Congratulations, you have been sorted into SEDO house, or the HOUSE OF WOOD!This house has people who are very understanding sympathy-sharing but also competitive and quite ambitious. Like that of the quiet but expansive trees, Sedo house people tend to be loners with the illusion of being sociable. Sedo people, though, like to make goals for themselves and then do all within their power to reach those goals. They do not ignore friends or family along the way, however, and often stay in very close touch with their roots as the shoot up, much like a great tree for which the house is named after. They are optimistic perfectionists who love competition and seek out the best in situations and people. They also like to work with their hands, which is where being a sports enthusiast comes in handy. Sedo people also have very good senses of humor.People of Sedo house make very good managers who are in a position of power because they earned their way to the top and do not neglect the “little people”. As for magic, those Sedo people excel in the sports arenas as well as Muggle Studies for their sympathetic natures but tend to flounder in more linear subjects like History of Magic. Sedo people find their niche in management positions of almost any sort of work but also love working with Muggle artifacts. The primary color for this house is green.

Austerus House

Congratulations, you have been sorted into AUSTERUS house, or the HOUSE OF METAL!These house members typically are very gallant, rigid, honest, and do things with their whole hearts. Like the metallic element of this house’s namesake, Austerus people have great discipline and a very well-tuned moral compass which aids them in their need to help others, just as metal is the substance in which internal particles condense together. These people are very authoritative and have very intense, righteous characters and yet quite sensitive, though resolute in their decision-making, very precise. They are defenders and protectors who are very independent, as well.People of Austerus house make excellent judges thanks to their chivalrous characters and large sense of honor. As for magic, they excel in subjects such as Defense Against the Dark Arts due to their innate desire to fend for weaker beings and fight off evils but they tend to flounder in more explorative subjects like History of Magic or Muggle Studies. Austerus people find their niche in jobs that protect and defend, much like Aurors. The primary color for this house is purple.

Constans House

Congratulations, you have been sorted into CONSTANS house, or the HOUSE OF EARTH!Those of this house tend to be steadfast, loyal, responsible, reliable, stubborn, and thoughtful. Like Mother Earth, those of Contans house are well-rooted and very trustworthy, also sturdy and caring individuals. As the namesake implies, they show predictability and consistency in everything they do. They also like rumination and reflection, as they usually are people of few words. Though calm, quiet people, they can erupt when upset, and when they do, their wrath is outrageous to behold. But they are also incredibly patient people, so these eruptions are few and very far between and are usually very kind and prudent. They also tend to be collectors, and like staying home and inside rather than venturing forth into the world. They also love animals and can be found having taken in many stray pets.People of Constans house usually make for fantastic homemakers because of their well-natured personalities and stable demeanour. As for magic, those of this house tend to excel in more practical arts such as Potion-making but flounder in more celestial subjects like Astrology or Divination. They tend to find their niche in professions that work with magical creatures or children as well as careers that deal heavily in routine as Constans house people do not like change. The primary color for this house is brown.

Fluctus House

Congratulations, you have been sorted into FLUCTUS house, or the HOUSE OF AIR!The members of this house tend to be carefree, enterprising, intellectual, and very inventive. These are very free-thinkers and they love to think outside of the metaphorical “box”. Just like the fluctuating winds, those of Fluctus house are always changing and absolutely adore travelling. They are generally very optimistic and definitely see the glass as “half full,” as well. Not troubling themselves with the ups and downs of emotion, those of Fluctus house tend to deal mainly within the realm of intellect but also have a tendency toward the occult, as well. Fluctus house members appear to be very aloof and tend to talk through emotions rather than feeling them out, but they have sharp wits and sharp, loose tongues to match, yet there’s curiosity about them that attracts others to them. They also are excellent communicators tend to be the links between others socially.People of Fluctus house tend to make for very good storytellers and inventors with their quick thinking and gift of gab. As far as magic is concerned, they do best with more airy subjects like Divination and Astronomy but tend to flounder in more practical, predictable subjects like Potions or Ancient Runes. They tend to find their niche in vocations that deal with communication, like translators between Merfolk and humans, or doing jobs that allow them to travel wherever they’d like, such as being a novelist or a on-the-field researcher. The primary color for this house is white.
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What subjects are you naturally inclined to or excel at or like?
    • A. 

      Showy subjects like Charms and Transfiguration, where I can do fancy spells and transformations for my adoring fans.

    • B. 

      More complex subjects like Arithmancy and Ancient Runes, subjects that challenge me.

    • C. 

      Competitive extra curricular activities are more my thing, but Muggle Studies also interests me - Muggles are pretty interesting.

    • D. 

      More intense subjects like Defense Against the Dark Arts - I have a penchant for wanting to protect and defend. Chivalry isn't dead, you know.

    • E. 

      Practical arts that have more of a routine or method to them like Potions and memorizing things like in History of Magic - I do have an excellent memory.

    • F. 

      I like to look to other powers and the sky, so Astronomy or Divination is more up my alley.

  • 2. 
    So, conversely, what subjects do you tend to do poorly in or not like?
    • A. 

      I don't like the more practical subjects like Potions or History of Magic.

    • B. 

      I believe Divination to be very wooly, impractical branches of magic.

    • C. 

      More explorative subjects such as Muggle Studies really don't appeal to me - I'm more concerned with personal matters.

    • D. 

      More linear subjects lose me, like History of Magic - I'd rather not memorise overall very dull facts about those that have past. I am more concerned with my present.

    • E. 

      I don't do well with celestial, up-in-the-air subjects like Astronomy.

    • F. 

      Potions is too dull and predictable for me - too routine.

  • 3. 
    What colors do you gravitate toward?
    • A. 

      I like very earthy tones, like browns or beiges.

    • B. 

      I'm partial to light pastels and white.

    • C. 

      I like splashes of yellow and red.

    • D. 

      More calming, subdued blues and seagreens.

    • E. 

      Royal purple or a shiny silver, like armor.

    • F. 

      More greens - lively colors, you know.

  • 4. 
    Pick three words that best describe you.
    • A. 

      Changeable, inventive, aloof.

    • B. 

      Passionate, attention-seeking, dramatic.

    • C. 

      Reliable, trustworthy, empathetic.

    • D. 

      Calm, intuitive, composed.

    • E. 

      Gallant, righteous, rigid.

    • F. 

      Competitive, ambitious, understanding.

  • 5. 
    You have found out recently that your great aunt left you more than a shiny penny in inheritance - what do you do with your newly acquired (and very large) sum of money? 
    • A. 

      I donate it to help the less fortunate.

    • B. 

      I save half for a rainy day and spend the other half on a global excursion!

    • C. 

      I pay off any debts, primarily, while saving a large portion of it and then purchase some more luxurious items with the rest.

    • D. 

      I store it into a savings account right away - you never know what could happen.

    • E. 

      I spend it on things I've always wanted!

    • F. 

      I give a large portion to my family (or family who did not get anything from my great aunt) - after all, they're my roots and without them I'd be nothing - and then I put the rest into CDs so they accumulate interest so I have even more money down the line.

  • 6. 
    A friend of yours hands you a small plastic toy that seems difficult to solve and challenges you to solve it - what do you do with the toy?
    • A. 

      I comply quietly and take on the challenge - I don't like to pass up opportunities to flex my wits. I solve it with innate intuition in a short time.

    • B. 

      I hastily accept and if I couldn't figure it out, I'd get pretty upset but if I did solve it, I'd probably gloat.

    • C. 

      I take the toy and cooly assure my friend that I could solve it easily, and I do. After all, I'm always right.

    • D. 

      I take the challenge with a gleam of competition in my eyes and attempt solving it. If I do solve it with unparalleled determination, no matter how long it takes.

    • E. 

      I snatch the toy away and fiddle with it in a relaxed but happy manner - games are fun, win or lose!

    • F. 

      I accept the toy slowly and solve it in time, working on it bit by bit. "Slow and steady wins the race," after all.

  • 7. 
    At school, you can often be found doing what when out of class?
    • A. 

      Playing sports or having little contests with my friends - I just can't say no to a challenge.

    • B. 

      Well, I definitely don't hang around the same old spots every day - I like exploring the campus the best, seeing all I can see.

    • C. 

      I'd be found helping other students by tutoring, helping new students to get places around campus, or keeping to myself when not doing that.

    • D. 

      I like to read or find a nice quiet place to just think.

    • E. 

      Well, whatever I'm doing, you can be sure the majority of the school is watching. I like to put myself out there - I'm a firestarter, what can I say?

    • F. 

      Playing mind games like Chess or maybe a nice game of cards, as well. The brain is a muscle that needs to be worked out, as well.

  • 8. 
    What animal do you best identify with?
    • A. 

      A wolf - part of a pack and loyal to that pack, but hard-working and taking care of myself, too.

    • B. 

      A large, strong bear - having a predictable lifestyle and somewhat lumbering, but misunderstood and frightening when angered.

    • C. 

      The majestic lion - this animal is the King of Beasts, as so I am in my circle of friends. The don't call 'em the "King" for nothing!

    • D. 

      That's easy - a bird. Being carefree up in the air like that, being able to travel easily to wherever you desired... that's the life.

    • E. 

      Something adaptable and intelligent, like a rat. Rats are identified as being animals with plenty of cunning and are incredibly resourceful.

    • F. 

      An animal that have piercing eyes and a reserved attitude, though strong, like a hawk.

  • 9. 
    Several years ago, someone stole your wallet from you and was never caught. Now this person is a changed, better soul but has been arrested for stealing. You can prove this person innocent - what do you do?
    • A. 

      I do not hesitate to help because I believe in their good intentions, especially with the evidence that I can prove them innocent. They are obviously a better person now.

    • B. 

      It makes sense to give a second chance, so I'll help the guy out since they're obviously innocent. But if something were to happen to them afterwards, that's karma.

    • C. 

      I would deliberate on it, but probably end up helping them since they're innocent this time.

    • D. 

      I would help them, but only because this time they are innocent. Afterwards though, I would demand payment, as it is my right since they stole from me years ago.

    • E. 

      I would offer to help them if they agreed on paying back what they owed. Fair is far.

    • F. 

      No! They did me wrong those years ago and now, obviously they are about to pay for it. Teaches them for stealing!

  • 10. 
    What is most important to you?
    • A. 

      Tranquillity and the peace of mind to accept change.

    • B. 

      Attention and friends.

    • C. 

      The greater good and helping those in need.

    • D. 

      Constance and routine.

    • E. 

      My roots. My family, friends, and those people who are helping me get to where I want to be - on top.

    • F. 

      The winds of adventure and the world as my playground.

  • 11. 
    What are you most afraid of?
    • A. 

      Change, and all the uncertainty it brings.

    • B. 

      Losing control.

    • C. 

      A boring, uneventful life - a loss of imagination.

    • D. 

      Being a big fish stuck in a small pond - not being allowed to grow.

    • E. 

      Being helpless to defend those who need me most.

    • F. 

      Being isolated and alone, without the people who make me feel important, wanted.

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