Yes, I feel I'm qualified to lead.
I'm probably the one that's slacking off. I only care about certain subjects. Even if I do care, I might rush the job to get it done.
I care a lot about my grade, and I don't want my classmates to lower my grade. But, I'm more of a follower, so I'm probably going to end up doing all the work.
I'm hoping leading is the last thing I do. I'm more of a follower. Besides, I want to give the other people a chance because I care and don't want to make people think I'm bossy.
I'd barely have any time. I'm extremely busy toggling homework and extra curriculors, and now we have a party. What's the point?
Groan. I'd honestly rather be reading a book than socialize, to be frank.
I'd say I'm in between. I have only a close group of friends that I talk too, and I'm sure I'll have a good time.
I'm very pumped up about this party! I'm a social butterfly and love hanging out with people.
Introverted. Maintaining a good GPA.
Extroverted. Maintaining a good GPA.
Enthusiastic and spontaneous.
I'd probably be a CEO or a manager of something. Or at least a position with some form of authority.
I'd be doing a high paying job that follows instructions or involves lots of precision and detail. Maybe a doctor or engineer.
I'd be the event/party planner of a corporation or a salesman--something that involves socializing and persuasion.
I'm fine with any job as long as it's behind the scenes. I would probably be working at a charity or setting up donations.
Friends and family because they make me happy.
Grades so I can have a better future.
Making the right choices and having integrity.
Being a leader and advancing.
I might be too bossy/competitive.
I over complicate things and obsess over the smallest detail.
I'm too loud and talk to much.
I let people walk over me sometimes in order to please them.
I already know what college or universty I'd be going to by then. I'd carefully plan my study sessions and review vocabulary. I'd mix it in with cornell notes and flash cards, and I'd test my speed and diligence. If I'm not getting a perfect score, it has to be close.
Honestly, I'd rather be hanging out with my friends. But, because of the pressure, I'm finally going to sit myself down and try to do good on a test for once.
I'd study in a manner that is productive and not wasting any time. I do want to get a good score on this test, but I don't want to worry about it too much.
I'm just doing a good job on this test because I want to please my friends--especially my parents. They'd be devestated if they found out that I got a bad score.