About This QuizThe eight Ivy League schools offer their unique flavor of the affluent and established university life. People who attend the Ivy League do so either as part of a legacy or to build one. With their exemplary academics, competitive athletic programs, and nationally inspiring traditions, the Ivy League is considered some of the world's elite educational institutions. The question is: Which should you attend?
What is your favorite color?
How do you think school mascots should be chosen?
A favorite school animal.
Something resembling the traditional founders.
An animal that represents the country.
What is your favorite mascot?
What area of study are you interested?
In what state would you like to attend college?
What size undergraduate attendance would you like in a school?
Less than 5,000.
Would you prefer more undergraduate or graduate students at school?
More graduate students.
More undergraduate students.
An even mix.
You don't care.
Who is your favorite president?
George H.W. Bush.
John F. Kennedy.
You're not interested in presidents.
Do you want to join a fraternity of sorority?
You're not sure.
You don't think you're interested in Greek life.
You'd consider it, if approached.
If you joined a sport, what would it be?
How would your friends describe your personality?
Friendly and cheerful.
A bit of a know it all.
Nerdy and quiet.
How would your teachers describe you?
The class clown with potential.
Intelligent, but argumentative.
Will likely be valedictorian.
Quiet, but really smart.
What Ivy League school do you despise?
Which Ivy League school do you love?
What is your favorite game day food?
Chips and fries dipped in cheese.
A fully loaded hot dog.
A hamburger too big to eat.
Tons of pizza.
How do you handle cold weather?
You thrive in it.
Not a fan.
You deal with it, but you don't like it.
What is your favorite water sport?
What do you want to be when you graduate?
What kind of an education are you looking for?
One that prepares you for both fun and seriousness.
A strict education focusing on the details.
A comfortable pace with advanced knowledge.
Liberal and open-minded.
How would you spend your time off studying?
Throwing a house party.
At a favorite pub.
Going for a run.
What subject interests you most?
If you owned a business, what would your focus be?
Following the law.
How do you handle stress?
You don't get stressed.
Pretty well, with an occasional freak out.
You handle it by avoiding it.
No different than anyone else.
What is your favorite thing about the Northeast?
What is your favorite classic?
"Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson.
"To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
"The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
"1984" by George Orwell.
How do you feel about life?
It's a lot of fun!
Life is serious.
There is always room to grow.
There are always people to help.
How important is legacy to you?
Eh. If it works out, it'd be cool.
It is the most talked about thing in your family.
It's important, but being successful is more important.
Not your thing.
What motivates you?
Having fun and being successful.
Lots of money
Having a great career.
Helping improve the world.
How far would you travel to attend your favorite university?
Up to 200 miles
Up to 1,000 miles.
Up to 2,000 miles
As far as I have to go.
How proud would your parents be if you attended an Ivy League college?
They'd be happy, but it's an expectation.
Happier if I attended the "right" Ivy League school.
They may or may not care.