Answer These Relationship Questions and We'll Give You a College Major
By: Talin Vartanian
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About This Quiz
A relationship is a learning experience between two people that involves love, communication and happiness. Some people embark on a new relationship to learn about another person, while others do it to learn more about themselves. So ask yourself this: What are you hoping to get out of a relationship? Because if you're going to be with that special someone for the rest of your life, it's important to pre-determine what your goals are for the future.
Relationship goals include overcoming obstacles, taking the time to listen to your partner and keeping the "spark" alive. One way to do this is by surprising your significant other with unexpected gifts or taking them out on dates. In other words, it's important to have fun with the person you love! But a relationship isn't always fun and games, because fights and arguments are bound to happen. But don't worry, because this is normal and healthy for two people to grow and learn more about each other. In fact, knowing how to argue with someone in a polite and civil manner may be more beneficial than you realize! How you act in a relationship will also help us determine what your college major is. If you're curious about how these two are linked together, then take this romantic personality quiz now!
Where would you like to take your biggest crush on a first date?
What is the most important aspect of a successful relationship?
Which of these celebrity couples would you talk to for relationship advice?
Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness
Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller
Meryl Streep and Don Gummer
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith
Is it more important to argue or listen during a fight with your crush?
It depends on the type of fight.
Would you become jealous if your crush was flirting with someone else?
No, it's probably harmless.
It depends on the person.
What % emotionally intelligent are you actually?
Which of the following relationship pet peeves is a deal-breaker for you?
If my SO is keeping secrets from me
If my SO is messy and disorganized
If my SO is giving me the silent treatment
If my SO was late all the time
How would you feel about meeting your significant other's family and friends?
Do you think that it's important to stay friends with your exes?
No, I don't believe in this at all.
Yes, I think this is very important.
How many serious relationships have you been in so far?
Is it more important for you to settle down with someone or travel with them?
Are you attracted to other people because of their intellect, personality or their beauty?
If your SO was going to relocate to a different state, would you follow them there?
I'd have to think about this.
It depends on which state they're moving to.
No, that sounds like too much work.
Name something that scares you about being in a serious relationship.
Fear of spending too much money
Fear of not having much personal space
Are you willing to talk to your significant other about financial problems?
Yes, I'm comfortable with this.
It depends on how long I've known them.
No, I wouldn't be comfortable with this.
Yes, but I wouldn't go into great detail about it.
What's the best relationship advice from this list?
Talk about each other's feelings.
Be with someone for the right reasons.
Have some relationship rules.
Always forgive your significant other after a fight.
Do you believe that every relationship is like a new learning experience?
Yes, I definitely believe this.
No, I don't think this is true at all.
I think this is true for some relationships.
When is it too soon to move in with someone you love?
Less than 1 year of dating
It depends on the situation.
Less than 6 months of dating
Less than 2 years of dating
Would you ever change who you are to make your significant other happy?
No, because I like who I am.
Is it ever OK to lie to your significant other about something?
Only when the truth will hurt their feelings
Occasional white lies are fine.
It depends on the situation.
How quickly would you be able to forgive your significant other for something that they did wrong?
This would take some time for me.
I'm not a forgiving person.
Do you think that romantic holidays like Valentine's Day are overrated?
Is it more important to call or text your significant other to see how they're doing?
Both are equally important.
I prefer face-to-face conversations.
Would you rather receive a romantic gift that is expensive or handmade?
I don't need gifts to be happy.
Are you willing to do anything to make your significant other happy?
How important is the word "compromise" in a serious relationship?
If your significant other needed to borrow $100, would you give it to them?
Yes, but I would ask for it back eventually.
It depends on their reason for needing that money.
No, my money is my money.
Do you tend to pay attention to the little things in a relationship?
No, because it's not very important.
Yes, I'm very good at this.
I pay attention to some things, but not everything.
Is it easy for you to apologize for your mistakes in life?
Yes, this is pretty easy for me.
It depends on the mistake.
No, I'm not very good at this.
It's not easy, but I do it anyway.
Would you rather date someone who is just like you or the opposite of you?
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