Wednesday, August 1st 2018

Hi readers, some people have the knack for sharing living quarters while others are, well, better off living alone. Where do you fit in? Find out whether you’re roommate material by taking this test. If you have never had a roommate, respond as you expect you would. Take this roommate IQ test with the “average” roommate in mind (a relationship in which pretty much everything is split down the middle).

You only need to answer 11 questions on the test, here is the link:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/tests/relationships/roommate-test

 

Here is my result anyway…^_^:

Roommate Test

” We could learn a lot from crayons; some are sharp, some are pretty, some are dull while others bright, some have weird names, but they all have learned to live together in the same box. ”
Author Unknown

We’ve all heard the stories about the roommate from hell, but does the perfect roommate really exist? To be a good roommate involves three very basic steps: communication, compromise, and respect. If these three components come together under the same roof you are in for smooth sailing. On the other hand, if any of these components are missing, then some brushing up on the rules of etiquette may be required. Otherwise, you may be the next infamous chart-topper on the list of “Roommates from Hell!”

Roommate IQ
 86
According to your score, you appear to be very good roommate material. You seem to be well aware of the rules of roommate “etiquette”, and understand well the golden law of “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. You respect and communicate with your roommate(s), and when difficulties arise, you are willing and able to compromise. Although this doesn’t mean you’ll never have conflicts with your roommate(s), your score does indicate that you’ll most likely deal with them in a healthy manner. Just make sure however, that you aren’t pushing this whole etiquette thing a little too far. If you find yourself having to constantly pick up the slack when it comes to chores or paying bills, then your roommate may be taking a little more from your “cohabitation relationship” than she/he is giving.

As you can see, I’m a very good roommate, so you can ask me to live with you. hahaha *Joking.

 

With Love,

Naomi Indah Sari

 

Source:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/tests/relationships/roommate-test

http://psychologytoday.tests.psychtests.com/bin/transfer

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/tests

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