Which Character From Insight Are You?

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Which Character From Insight Are You? - Quiz

Been reading the new HiH serial Insight? Curious to see which main Character you most relate to? Well this quiz is for you!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How do you express your opinions?

    • A.

      Bluntly. I don't care if people judge me, I want them to know who I am.

    • B.

      In a forward manner but taking care not to offend anyone. I like to express my opinions but I don't want to make any enemies in the process.

    • C.

      I don't think about how I'm expressing an opinion, I just go for it.

    • D.

      Intellectually with fact and reason. I support my case but am careful what I'm saying.

    • E.

      I don't always enjoy giving my opinion for fear of being judged, however, I do have strong opinions, I just don't always like to share them.

    • F.

      Earnestly and fairly. I'm not blunt about it but I do try to make people see the light and don't judge for no reason.

    • G.

      I only express opinions when asked and am careful what I say, though I try to be honest.

    • H.

      I'll express my opinions to friends quite freely but when with outsiders, often bite my tongue - unless I'm really mad. Often my opinions are little quips that aren't heard.

  • 2. 

    In what way would you describe yourself academically?

    • A.

      I'm very good and know a fair bit of additional information as well as I enjoy reading up on things.

    • B.

      I really enjoy classes as a whole and love spellcasting. I find I get through most of them naturally.

    • C.

      I work hard at them and strive to do my best. I don't enjoy all of them but I'm a little of a perfectionist and like to give everything a go.

    • D.

      I enjoy many classes and try to do my best but often set goals to high and feel like I've failed even though I have not.

    • E.

      I enjoy some elements but like having fun and being outside more, though I try to work hard at it. I prefer more creative and practical classes to theory.

    • F.

      I'm more of a creative soul than an academic one, though I do have potential.

    • G.

      I'm clever and don't have to make much of an effort with classes - they're okay but I only enjoy my favourite ones.

    • H.

      I like them but I often struggle due to lack of understanding and past experience.

  • 3. 

    How do you respond to bullying?

    • A.

      I lash out and try to drive them away with threats and hostility.

    • B.

      I ignore them until I've had enough and either duel with them or attack physically and try to make fun of them.

    • C.

      I shrink into a shell and try to ignore them but rarely fight back unless I break all of a sudden.

    • D.

      I attack them physically if it's beyond teasing - I cannot stand bullies.

    • E.

      I don't get bullied and only have to deal with them when they are attacking my friends, in which case I drive them off rationally.

    • F.

      I don't often get bullied and even then it is just cat calling and exclude, which I ignore.

    • G.

      I don't get bullied on a serious level, just receive a hostile treatment from many people around me, which I counter.

    • H.

      I often attract bullies and sometimes give in to them as I find it hard to stand up to them even if I get into a temper. Usually my friends will end up defending me.

  • 4. 

    What would you say is your best quality?

    • A.

      My individuality

    • B.

      My intellect

    • C.

      My sense of fun

    • D.

      My courage

    • E.

      My loyalty

    • F.

      My motivation

    • G.

      My creativity

    • H.

      My judgement

  • 5. 

    Which one of these patronuses do you think is the closest to suiting you?(do not judge on appearance, look at the meanings)

    • A.

      Raccoon (curious, secretive, defensive, often aloof, adaptable, charismatic, unpredictable)

    • B.

      Raven (intelligence, observation, creation, destruction, introspective, tied to spiritual world, enjoys being alone)

    • C.

      Lion (self-control, strength, nobility, peaceful unless challenged, tactical, prideful, charismatic, protective)

    • D.

      Unicorn (trust, purity, innocence, vision, emotion, intuition, gentle, selfish and selfless by turns, wild)

    • E.

      Maned Wolf (elegant, innovative, independence, misunderstood, aloof, secretive, sensitive, steadfast and loyal once trust has been gained)

    • F.

      Dragonfly (passionate, emotional, is not all that meets the eye, strong mind, illusionary, joyful, strongly spiritual)

    • G.

      Rooster (inquisitive, observant, empathetic, self-reliant, individual, independent)

    • H.

      Rabbit (strongly tied to family, often employing self-sacrifice, soft spoken, lucky, healthy, clear-sighted, clever)

  • 6. 

    What kind of people tend to be your best friends?

    • A.

      Individuals who are less mainstream and are happy to be themselves and be quirky and weird.

    • B.

      Individuals who I can help and support, and those who have a good sense of fun, though I try to give everyone a chance.

    • C.

      Individuals who will not try and intrude my privacy but will support me and be honest with me.

    • D.

      Individuals who will debate and share intellectual fun with me but not be put off by my know-all attitude.

    • E.

      Individuals who appreciate my hard work and who I can support and talk with but who won't try my patience and give nothing back.

    • F.

      Individuals who aren't weirded out by me and are happy to go mad with me and share crazy conversations with ease.

    • G.

      Individuals who will not judge me for my temper and will accept my passion and anger and can deal with my lack of tact.

    • H.

      Individuals who will support me and who I can support and feel tied too and who do not judge me for some of my mistakes and appreciate me.

  • 7. 

    A friend of yours is being bullied to spit out a secret of hers that you actually want to find out. What do you do?

    • A.

      Fire a few jinxes at the bullies and drive them away before leaving your friend to explain when the time comes. You respect people's privacy.

    • B.

      Drive away the bullies with rational verbal threats and attend to your friend, telling them they do not have to explain if they do not want to, but it may help the situation if they did elaborate.

    • C.

      Become enraged and attack the bullies savagely, asking your friend afterwards what it was all about and telling them they must tell you the secret otherwise it will happen again. You are also very curious to what it is and must find out.

    • D.

      Set out a careful plan to defeat the bullies and then attack them rationally. Afterwards you tell your friend you respect privacy but it really could help if you told someone, though it does not have to be you.

    • E.

      You immediately step in and try to drive away the bullies. Once done, you tell your friend she now has to tell you the secret otherwise more problems would arise, and that you can help her if you only know what is troubling her.

    • F.

      You hesitate but do go and get rid of the bullies and help your friend up. However, you do not inquire after the secret as you are very aware of the sense of privacy and have many secrets of your own.

    • G.

      You act rationally and use logic and intellect to get rid of the bullies, as well as sarcastic humour. You then inadvertently try to get your friend to open up through conversation.

    • H.

      You use authority to drive away the bullies before sitting with your friend and waiting for them to possibly open up and just trying to provide support, knowing that if they want to tell you, they will.

  • 8. 

    Your friend is in trouble for doing the unthinkable by torturing a student when in a fit of rage. What do you do?

    • A.

      Become damaged for what has happened and try to defend them but end up not fighting the cause as much because the incident affected you mentally and you are in shock.

    • B.

      Be shocked but understand and try to defend their cause, though your feelings towards it affect the quality of your defence.

    • C.

      Look at it practically and know your friend did not do it without reason and comply a proper defence statement and support them.

    • D.

      Be surprised by not completely shocked and a little impressed and defend your friend passionately without as much though as you should employ.

    • E.

      Be shocked but supportive and avoid judgement, making your friend explain and them coming up with a solution and doing you best to support and defend them.

    • F.

      Be very shocked but try and stay supportive and use your intellect and logic to solve the problem, though you still didn't ever imagine them doing it and though are loyal, your judgement of them is affected by it.

    • G.

      Be not quite sure what to do and judge them for it without even realising. You try and defend them but your judgement affects the cause.

    • H.

      Don't ask to get the full picture and immediately make the decision they had reason and try to help them, though you are guarded and do not go full-out.

  • 9. 

    How does your past affect you?

    • A.

      I try to ignore the past and concentrate on the future and hate it when things from my past affect me.

    • B.

      My past affects me quite a bit, though I try to think I become a better person from my mistakes and experiences.

    • C.

      My past has and still affects me dramatically and as I result my character changes a lot due to my previous experiences.

    • D.

      I look back at my past when faced with difficulties and try to us it to help me when tackling obstacles and making judgements.

    • E.

      I look back on the good things in my past but try not to remember the things I am ashamed of.

    • F.

      I learn a little from my past but mostly I concentrate on making judgements and choices using my own mind and opinions.

    • G.

      I feel the past is the past and should be left behind, though I have no problem looking back on mine. However, I make impulsive decisions and don't use past experiences to make them.

    • H.

      I think the past is a beautiful thing and that it should be reflected upon in many situations, whether you need to be happy, want to be wistful or need to make an important decision or learn an important lesson.

  • 10. 

    You have had a fiery argument with a friend that made you say some pretty horrible stuff and receive some. How do you deal with it?

    • A.

      I put on a furious guise and insist they should say sorry but actually am feeling a little regretful, though I won't admit it.

    • B.

      I feel ashamed and sorry soon after and go and try to make up with them.

    • C.

      I'm angry but know it needs to be sorted and that the argument was unnecessary so I try to sort it out rationally and with logic.

    • D.

      I am still hugely angry and regret nothing. They are not my friend if they said those things to me.

    • E.

      I am very angry, though do regret it. However, I do not trust the person and feel they should make it up to me.

    • F.

      I say boiling and decide to send them a message telling them exactly what I think of them in a fit of aftermath rage.

    • G.

      I realise that it was a mistake soon after and go to them to discuss it fairly and make up in a mature manner.

    • H.

      I am hurt by what they said and take a few days to come round and try and make up.

    • I.

      I am far too proud so end up inadvertently making up with them as if nothing happened.

  • 11. 

    What matters to you most out of the following?

    • A.

      Family and Friends; supporting people I love and just being with them

    • B.

      Working hard to impress my peers and family and reach my own goals.

    • C.

      Finding someone who will love me unconditionally for who I am

    • D.

      Finding my way in life and discovering who I am.

    • E.

      Learning how to control myself and keep my friends safe.

    • F.

      Putting my intellect to good use and being accepted for it.

    • G.

      Being myself and doing what I want to do; becoming free.

    • H.

      Sharing my individuality and following my own path.

  • 12. 

    Which is your favourite colour option out of the following?

    • A.

      Forest Green

    • B.

      Maroon

    • C.

      Bright Scarlet

    • D.

      Cyan

    • E.

      Bright shades of yellows and golds

    • F.

      Royal blue

    • G.

      Soft sunset shades such as lilac and peach

    • H.

      Soft blues and greys.

  • 13. 

    How do you feel about your classmates/housemates?

    • A.

      They're irritating but fun to weird out. Some of them are bullies, though, and many of them I have made my enemies.

    • B.

      I tend to steer away from them as I am shy and feel they are judging me.

    • C.

      I don't mind them but many make enemies of me through bullying my friends and I try to act as a medium and don't socialise with them.

    • D.

      I like a fair few of them but feel they don't accept me. However, I get along with most okay and try to share my sunny nature, though I'm always a bit of an outcast.

    • E.

      I feel threatened by them as I do not trust them and try to steer clear of them at all costs.

    • F.

      I judge them and dislike almost all of them so just tell them to keep away.

    • G.

      They don't accept me and are often hostile towards me so I don;t tend to spend time with them outside of classes.

    • H.

      They respect me but do not full accept me, though I get along well with most of them.

  • 14. 

    Which of these options is/is closest to you're biggest fault(s)?

    • A.

      Acting rashly/harsh judgement

    • B.

      Not controlling myself and doing so by turns and having an imbalanced character

    • C.

      Trust issues/Hot temper

    • D.

      Grudge Holding/Bad Judgement

    • E.

      Obsession with personal projects/neglect to myself over other people

    • F.

      Hot temper/vicious reactions to people who bully me

    • G.

      Being a know-all/being a little ignorant in terms of empathy

    • H.

      Overworking myself/Not always giving my opinion and staying quiet

  • 15. 

    Who do you think would be your best friend out of the principal characters?

    • A.

      Saoirse Evans

    • B.

      Peggy Glenn

    • C.

      Kate Fields

    • D.

      Claire Dashwood

    • E.

      Lena Fairweather

    • F.

      Sisa Cordoba

    • G.

      Laura Davis

    • H.

      Zinia Hayes

    • I.

      Alex Matton

    • J.

      I don't think any of them would be my best friend but I would be close to a couple

    • K.

      All of them would be my friends

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