The Breakfast Club Personality Quiz
Answer the questions below to find out which character you resemble the most from the movie!
Your roommates are having a party at your house, when people are arriving you find yourself. . .
Are you happy with your major?
If you had to choose one of these movies to watch on a Friday night, which would you pick?
You enroll in a class that has over 5 assigned books to read by the end of quarter so you. . .
My perfect vacation is
Pick your favorite jamming out song
What part of school do you enjoy the most?
You got Allison Reynolds! If your options are being with other people or being alone, you will always choose the latter. You get a little too excited when someone cancels social plans with you, because it means you can stay home. You’re not one to lead a conversation, instead you like to listen to other people’s issues. Try sharing things that you’re going through as well and you’ll be happy to find how many people are there to support you.
You got John Bender! You feel set apart from everyone, like you don’t really belong. You’ve gone through some things in your past, and you feel like no one can relate to you. This causes you to sometimes shut people out even when they’re trying to help you, for fear of getting hurt. Try letting people into your world, even though it’s intimidating, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see how beneficial it can be.
You got Claire Standish! You spend a lot of time perfecting your image and making sure you put your best foot forward. However, because of this you let even a tiny bit of criticism get to you and effect you way more than it should whether it be in school or your social life. You should surround yourself with people who build you up and are supportive, but will be honest with you and give constructive criticism when you need it.
You got Brian Johnson! You pride yourself on always putting school over social situations, often forfeiting time with friends to try and get that extra couple percent higher grade on your quiz. This causes you to sometimes feel isolated in your studies and overwhelmed at the possibility of failure. If something goes wrong in your life or your studies you automatically blame yourself, even when it’s not your fault. Instead try to bring a balance to your school and social life.
You got Andrew Clark! You put a lot of pressure on yourself to live up to your family’s expectations for you. You’re constantly worried that you’re not going to meet the expectations, which causes a lot of undue stress for you. You don’t want to change the plan for your life, for fear of what other people will think. Learn to embrace the things that are important to you, and find friends who will support you no matter what.