Question 3s and 4s are the longest and most involved, and also happen to be the ones where I tend to have insufficient data on certain choices. Also if someone happens to be good at stats and/or math, I’d love to know if you can work out how these are scored - I can’t figure out how they’re all scored giving each House an equal chance.
This one was really interesting. I can’t remember wheter I got to answer this question myself on Pottermore or was it one of those I saw afterwards whilst redoing the test on the interwebs. (On Pottermore I’ve only done it twice.) I’m a Ravenclaw through and through but the part “Not giving a fuck about records seems to be a ‘Claw’s defining trait” made me laugh as my thoughts were completely different: Fuck the book, there are lot of books around there, most of which I will never have time or interest to read. But the records on the other hand, I would probably kill to get those. Just thinking the amount of information in those, all the people who would otherwise be lost. Oh, can I haz them?
I guess there are two kinds of historians out there. (And many kinds of ravenclaws - as the article says while pointing out that there are in fact also those who would first save the records, then maybe the cure and then… meh.) Those who shrug and wince every time they think about the lost library of Alexandria and then those who love old tax and import records (and of course those who like both).
When it comes to me, I’m a tax lover.