How well do you get along with others?
Choose which of the following you agree with.
You prefer to be alone than with others.
The more people you know, the more problems you're likely to get involved in.
You have lots of friends, but nobody you'd call a true friend.
Some might say that two heads are better than one, but you certainly don't.
You have many siblings but you would rather be the only child. You don't like having to share the love of your parents.
When one of your friends doesn't do well in a subject and asks you to be her tutor, you would refuse to. You don't like having to share your knowledge.
When you have to complete a group project, you always want to be the group's leader.
Your teacher often compliments you for your exemplary behavior, but this doesn't make you as proud as when your friends tell you that you're popular.
You never give money to homeless people because you suspect that they may richer than you are.
You would like to take over your parents' business once you have graduated from college.
You spend all of your spare time studying.
When you don't cry in movies, your friends tell you that you're as emotional as a stone statue, but that doesn't bother you.
You like thinking more than talking - talking is a total waste of time.
A lot of your friends like to gossip and that's why you don't like hanging out with them much.
You have never asked anyone for a favor and you never will.
Your teacher once said that you have one true friend in the world - and that's yourself. This has become your personal motto.
You feel lonely but never complain about it to anyone.
You have already planned your future. If you fail, you'll only have yourself to blame.
If a friend fails to be honest with you, you'll immediately end the friendship, with no second chances.
You want to be the best in everything that you do.