Which student stereotype are you?

This far into the uni year, you're probably used to meeting so many different people, and running into a lot of stereotypes along the way. But what you might not have realised is that you're probably fitting into a student cliche yourself. That's why TUP have put together this quiz to help you answer the question, which student stereotype are you?

The University Paper
On Aug 17, 2017

What is your ideal night out?

What excites you most about university?

What subject are you doing?

What is your drink of choice?

What are you expecting out of your new uni friends?

What do you want to do after uni?

What society are you most interested in joining?

Who would be your dream band to headline your freshers' ball?

Which student deal excites you the most?

What is your most valued possession you're bringing to uni?

The hipster

The hipster

Ah yes, you might be a bit of a hipster. After a recent infestation of hipster types across universities a couple of years ago, there's still plenty of them to be found. You'll be in good company with a lot of like-minded folk, and uni is the perfect time to grow out your bear without scaring off employers.

The party animal

The party animal

You just love to go out! You'll be in your element in freshers' week, where something fun will be going on every night and you'll be meeting tonnes of new people. Try and get the most out of uni as you can, as it'll cater to all your partying needs if you can manage to fit the work in sometimes, too.

The hermit

The hermit

You're here mainly for the studying. You're not really into the more social aspects of the uni experience, and you really don't mind the idea of hunkering down with your course and getting the most out of your higher education. You'll have to master the art of making excuses and slipping out of predrinks, or you can go full-recluse and just not rear your heard out of your room for the rest of the year.

The sports nut

The sports nut

You'll be the one yelling at people to DOWN THEIR BEVERAGES and getting everyone to go to sports night, and you'll also devote a lot more time to your sport of choice than you do your degree. But that's great, as you'll have a lot of like-minded people to hang out with. Make the most of your uni's sport teams and facilities, as it's a great time to become part of a team and get some great coaching.

The authority figure

The authority figure

You'll feel how immature some freshers can be quite keenly, and you probably won't enjoy people breaking the rules in your halls or flat a little bit. Your wiser outlook on stuff can be great at times, like for arbitrating disputes and ensuring everyone is having a good time, but be sure not to take it too far in thinking you're the voice of reason.