Parenting Quiz: Will I Be A Good Parent?

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Parenting Quiz: Will I Be A Good Parent? - Quiz

Take our Parenting Quiz: Will I Be A Good Parent? To gain valuable insights into your preparedness for raising a child. This quiz is designed to help you understand your strengths and areas where you might need improvement as a potential parent.

Through a series of thoughtfully crafted questions, you'll explore various aspects of parenting, from your patience levels to your problem-solving skills, and your approach to education and discipline. Our quiz will help you reflect on your own upbringing, your values, and how you handle responsibility—all crucial factors in good parenting.

Whether you're planning to start a family soon Read moreor just curious about your parental abilities, this quiz provides a fun and insightful way to assess your readiness. You'll receive personalized feedback based on your answers, offering practical advice and tips to enhance your parenting skills.


Will I Be A Good Parent? Questions and Answers

  • 1. 

    Your 4-year-old has just said a really bad word. What do you do?

    • A.

      Tell them it's the wrong thing to do and if they say it again, they will be punished.

    • B.

      Tell them it's a bad word.

    • C.

      You say nothing or congratulate them.

    • D.

      You spank them hard and put them in time out.

  • 2. 

    You are on an outing and your 6-year-old is misbehaving even when you ask them to warn them for the 10th time. What do you do? 

    • A.

      You tell them they have pushed you too far and tell them they are going to be punished. 

    • B.

      You go home.

    • C.

      You do nothing.

    • D.

      You pull their pants down right there and spank them 10 times on the rear.

  • 3. 

    Your 7-year-old child has just fallen over and skinned their knee. What do you do?

    • A.

      You tell your child to get back up and put up with it.

    • B.

      You'll help your child in getting up and put a band-aid on their knee.

    • C.

      You scold them for being so clumsy.

    • D.

      You give them a piggy back ride home, and when you get there, you put a band-aid on their knee. Then you comfort them.

  • 4. 

    What is a better punishment for a teenager?

    • A.

      Grounding, and extra chores.

    • B.

      Nothing!

    • C.

      Spanking on the bare bottom or in public, grounding, extra chores, yelling at, etc.

    • D.

      Spanking on the bare bottom at home alone, grounding, extra chores, etc.

  • 5. 

    Your child's report card is all D's and E's. Your child is unhappy with this and is crying.

    • A.

      You tell your child sometimes this happens in life and if they get C's and B's next term, you will give them $20.

    • B.

      Tell them it is okay this time and to do better and if they do this bad again, they will be punished!

    • C.

      Say they are dumb!

    • D.

      Punish them with no questions asked!

  • 6. 

    What is a better thing to use for spanking?

    • A.

      Hand, wooden spoon, hairbrush or ping pong paddle.

    • B.

      Hand, ping pong paddle or slipper

    • C.

      Hand or nothing.

    • D.

      Belt, hairbrush, cane, stick, wooden spoon or shoe. Hit them until they are crying hysterically or their bottom is red.

  • 7. 

    You are in the toy shop, and your 7-year-old is throwing a tantrum because you are not buying it for them. What do you do?

    • A.

      Tell them Santa can bring it for Christmas or you can give them pocket money for jobs so they can save up for it themselves. Then get out of the store.

    • B.

      Tell them no and get out of the store. If they continue, go home.

    • C.

      Buy it for them.

    • D.

      Smack them on the bottom twice and scold them for whining. Get them out of the store.

  • 8. 

    Your 15-year-old teenager has wagged school and graffitied a wall. What do you do?

    • A.

      You ground them for 2 weeks, make them do the schoolwork they missed that day and make them clean the wall.

    • B.

      You make them clean the wall.

    • C.

      You clean the wall for them and then act like nothing has happened.

    • D.

      You make them clean the wall, ground them for 3 weeks, spank them, give them extra chores and make them do the schoolwork he missed that day.

  • 9. 

    Your Child is failing a subject at school. What do you do?

    • A.

      You tell them they need to improve and help them with that subject.

    • B.

      You hire them a tutor.

    • C.

      You do nothing.

    • D.

      You punish them.

  • 10. 

    Your child wants to have a birthday party but on the same day, he has a piano lesson. What do you do?

    • A.

      You rearrange the piano lesson to a different day.

    • B.

      You tell them to make the birthday party a different day.

    • C.

      You let them.

    • D.

      You never let them have a birthday in the first place.

  • 11. 

    Within what age do you spank your children?

    • A.

      Until they learn to behave.

    • B.

      From about 4 to 12 years old.

    • C.

      I never spank my children!

    • D.

      From when they are toddlers to the end of teenage hood.

  • 12. 

    How do you typically respond when your child faces a challenging situation?

    • A.

      Offer immediate assistance and guidance, providing emotional support throughout.

    • B.

      Encourage them to navigate the challenge independently, fostering resilience and problem-solving skills.

    • C.

      Set clear expectations and consequences, maintaining a balance between support and discipline.

    • D.

      Prefer to let them figure it out on their own, believing in the importance of learning through experience.

  • 13. 

    Your teenager wants an Xbox for Christmas, but it costs $400. What do you do?

    • A.

      You buy them an Xbox with one game. You tell them to not play it until their homework in done.

    • B.

      You don't buy them an Xbox.

    • C.

      You buy the Xbox, but you tell them they must buy the games with their own money.

    • D.

      Not only do you buy them the Xbox but you buy them the newest games to go with it!

  • 14. 

    Your kid has gotten in trouble at school. What do you do?

    • A.

      Find out what they did and punish them if it is serious.

    • B.

      Make them sit in time out for 20 minutes.

    • C.

      Yell at the teacher for caning them!

    • D.

      Spank them on the same spot they got hit until they cry. 

  • 15. 

    Your 13-year-old just back-talked. What do you do?

    • A.

      Tell them to watch their attitude.

    • B.

      Ignore them.

    • C.

      Tell them if they do it again, they're grounded.

    • D.

      Punish them.

Jasmine Golden |MS, Family and Marriage Therapist |
Relationship Expert
Jasmine, a Pre-Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist under Michelle Pintado's supervision, holds a Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy from Valdosta State University. With expertise in Systems/Relational Therapy, CBT, DBT, and Narrative Therapy, she specializes in guiding teens and young adults towards improved mental health. Jasmine actively reviews our relationship quizzes, ensuring they align with contemporary therapeutic approaches. Her dedication to providing valuable insights aids individuals navigating the complexities of relationships, fostering growth and understanding in their journey towards emotional well-being.

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