Quiz: Are You a Wolf, Bear or a Lion Based on Your Myers-Briggs Personality?
Are You a Wolf, Bear or a Lion Based on Your Myers-Briggs Personality?
By: Zoe Samuel
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About This Quiz

The Myers-Briggs personality types are used in a variety of settings, the world over. Developed off of theories of Carl Jung, the Myers-Briggs personality types rate testers on a series of qualities, determined by a set of questions intended to tease out their hidden qualities. These types, which are represented by four-letter acronyms for the four quadrants of personality qualities determined by the creators of the test and Carl Jung, are used by some companies in hiring decisions, some matchmakers and dating sites, and even private clubs looking for the "right sort of recruit". We're pretty sure it's the secret method used by the sorting hat at Hogwarts.

One thing that the Myers-Briggs personality test won't tell you is your animal profile, specifically if you are a wolf, bear or lion. This is why some human resources professionals use additional tests to determine the qualities of potential recruits, but they need not do that. The truth is that we can determine if you are a wolf, bear or lion just by using our patented modified version of the Myers-Briggs test. That's right! Without having to take two tests or, frankly, look in a mirror, you can find out which of these majestic animals you are. Give it a try! It's the best quiz for you, paws down.

5 of 30
Do you worry when someone doesn't respond to your texts, letters or emails?

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How likely are you to entertain ridiculous notions just because you find them interesting?

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How often do you find yourself lost in your own imagination?

9 of 30
How often do you get so lost in thoughts that you ignore your surroundings?

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How often do you worry about the effect your actions have on others?

16 of 30
Is being correct more important than being cooperative?

20 of 30
How often are you distracted by your fantasies for the future?

21 of 30

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How do you feel when making a public speech?

23 of 30
Which matters more to you: winning an argument, or preserving someone else's feelings?

25 of 30
Which is more important to you: adaptability or organization?

26 of 30
What is your preferred kind of entertainment?

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How often do you take control of the group, when you're teamed up with a couple colleagues at work?

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How easy do you find it is to stay relaxed under pressure?

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