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You're in a math class and the teacher taught
the class a certain solution for solving problems
in that topic. However, you believe there’s a simpler
and shorter way to do things. Would you rather use
what the teacher taught or your own solution?
My own solution. It’s easier and simpler to use and
give’s the same answer anyways.
Your mother asks you to help your sister
prepare lunch, but you’d rather not do that right
now. How would you like to escape this
1) I’ll get started on my homework! I’ll tell her
that it’s important and that I’m too busy to
help my sister.
2) I’ll clean my room! She’ll see that I’m helping
around the house already anyways and won’t
ask me to help prepare lunch anymore.
Your friends want to go out on an outing together,
but can’t decide on where to go. What would
1) A resort by the beach.
2) A cottage in the mountains.
If you want to learn a new skill or try a new hobby,
would you rather dive into it without prior
knowledge, or learn more about it first before
1) I’ll dive straight into it, and learn on my own
along the way. It’ll be a more enjoyable experience
if I make my own mistakes and discover things
2) I’d rather learn more about it before getting
started, either from asking other people
or researching on my own, that way I’ll know
what to do and learn tips and tricks that
can help me.
Two friends are watching a movie together.
The first friend prefers to see things play out
in their own pace, while the second friend keeps
wants to know all the answers right away and
would keep asking questions. Which friend are
you more similar to?
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Teacher's solution. After all, it 's what was given
and I might get minus points in the test if I use
something that wasn’t taught in class.
You’re new in class and are confused about a
certain aspect of the lesson. Would you rather
ask about it right away or wait for someone else
to ask it?
I’m shy, and what if my question makes me
look stupid? I’d rather just sit and wait for
someone else to clarify it.
You’re in an unfamiliar area so you’re using
a GPS to help you get around. You reach a split
in the road, and when you check the map, the
GPS is asking you to take the longer route even
though both ways end in the same destination.
Should you follow the GPS or take the shorter
Take the longer route. I trust the GPS and I’m
sure it’d always choose the safer route, and there
must be a reason it didn’t ask me to take the
Take the shorter route. Either way, I’ll be
getting to where I want to go anyways, might
as well take the way that’ll make me get there
I’ll ask it right away, of course! I don’t see the
problem in wanting to clarify something about
something I didn’t understand.
You’re in a group working on a big project and
your groupmates seem stressed. You need to
help them! Would you rather do that by working
extra hard and accomplishing more tasks to
ease their load, or lighten the mood with a little
humour to lift their spirits?
Work extra hard! The more that gets done, the
sooner we’ll finish and the sooner we can get
this done with and relax.
Lighten the mood! It’s stressful and tedious,
but I think they should enjoy the process
of working on this project as well.