Remember: Answer the questions as honestly as you can!
Everyone loves parties. Except for those who don't. What type of person are YOU?
How important are clothes to you? Are you out to make a statement or do you just want to fit in?
It is said that the number one fear of most Americans is to speak in public. Interestingly, number two is death. How do you feel about speaking in public?
While family background and social status do not define you, they can influence your goals, your outlook on life, your view of the world, and possibly even your work ethic.
People who are chronically late are greatly annoying to those who are always punctual, and vice versa. Most of us are in the middle--wanting to be one time but not always managing to do so.
Holiday dinners can be a breeding ground for uncomfortable and awkward conversations. How do you handle it when conversations become heated?
What do you wonder about?
What's your ideal vacation spot? Do you want an adventure or do you prefer a relaxing time away with no surprises? Let's see.
Are you someone who likes everything to be organized and in its place? Let's find out.
If find some cash that does not seem to belong to anyone, do you keep it?
How are you likely to respond when you see people less fortunate than yourself?
Which of these words best describes how you see yourself?
What others think of you is an indicator of your outward personality, as opposed to your true self. How do you come across to others?