Let's Get Quizzical: What Type Of School Friend Are You?
You’ve been back at school for a little bit now...but what kind of friend are you? Take our quiz to find out! Keep track of the answers you pick and then find out what that means at the end...
1. It’s the first day of school. What’s in your bag?
a) A pencil case, a notepad and a book of jokes
b) All the right books and pens (and extra pens and extra books)
c) Books, pens, notepads, gym kit, lunch, a spare pair of shoes...just in case
d) Loads of stickers and motivation quotes to keep everyone going
2. Someone is bullying your friend, what do you do?
a) Give them a hug and try to make them laugh and forget about it
b) Make sure you understand the situation and comfort your friend
c) Confront the bully
d) Remind them that the bully is wrong and they are amazing
3. The teacher is running late for the lesson. What’s your plan?
a) This is your time to shine! You tell everyone the hilarious thing that happened at the weekend.
b) Wait for them to arrive, and make sure your friends do the same
c) You make the entire class play a game until the teacher arrives
d) Take the time to chat with your friends
4. You’re on a school trip...how do you keep your friends entertained on the coach?
a) You’ve brought all sorts of fun travel games to play!
b) You’ve got a list of games to play, and an extra phone charger in case someone needs it
c) Truth or dare!
d) Make up songs about each of them
5. It’s your friend’s birthday tomorrow, how do you make their day special?
a) You’ve got some silly string in your bag to spray on them at lunch
b) You know they love doughnuts so you have bought a box in especially for them
c) You’ve arranged for surprise go-karting at the weekend and give them clues all day to find out
d) Make a giant card for everyone to sign and bring in a cake for lunch time
6. Your friend has forgotten their homework. What do you do?
a) Suggest they tell the teacher a dog ate it...
b) You let them borrow your notes at lunch time so they can catch up
c) Come up with an elaborate plan to make it seem like their homework got stolen
d) Let them know it’s okay and that they can explain why it’s happened
7. Two of your friends have fallen out. Do you…
a) Try and keep the peace by making them see it as a silly mistake
b) Sit them both down to talk it out
c) Arrange a team game for lunch so they have to work together and get over it
d) Figure out what the reason is and try and get them to make up and be friends again
8. Your friend gets easily embarrassed doing presentations. How do you make them feel better?
a) Sit at the back of the class and make silly faces until they smile
b) Find some useful confidence tips and tricks online for them to try out
c) Tell them about every embarrassing moment in your life so they don’t feel so bad
d) By letting them know they are strong, confident and easily capable of presenting!
9. It’s results day and your BFF didn’t get the grades they wanted. What do you do?
a) Do a quick google of people who also didn’t get the grades they wanted to show it all works out in the end...it’s only a test!
b) Give them a big hug and let them know you’re there if they want anything
c) Take their mind off it by suggesting something fun instead
d) Remind them of all their achievements throughout the year, and that grades are not the be all and end all
10. The most important thing about friendship is…
a) Having a good time
b) Supporting each other
c) Trying new things together
d) Lifting each other up
Mostly A’s: The funny friend
You’re most likely to be found cracking jokes with your mates and trying to make the whole class laugh. It’s really important to you to work hard and play hard...having fun is the best part of school!
Mostly B’s: The helpful friend
You always have everyone’s backs and won’t leave anyone behind if they need extra help. Making sure everyone is okay and understands is really important to you and you’ll do what you can to make that happen.
Mostly C’s: The adventurous friend
You think being pushed out of your comfort zone is the most exciting way to live! And when it comes to school, you want to make sure all of your friends try new things, whether that’s signing up for a new sports team or trying something new at lunch.
Mostly D’s: The encouraging friend
You look at your friends and see them shine, so you want to make sure they never doubt themselves. You give amazing pep talks, the best hugs and remind everyone of how great they are. So someone got a B when they wanted an A...you know just what to say to make them believe in themselves!