Factions Aptitude Test Divergent quiz for Wake Me Up: A Divergent AU Roleplay. This is a private quiz that only the members of WMU are to take. Rishati published on July 14, 20159 responses 0 5.0★ / 5 Questions in vertical order You are given a gun and told that you must shoot someone. Whoever you do not shoot, you must guide to safety in a dangerous place, with enemy fire on you at all times. Before you stands a young boy, a grown woman who is heavily pregnant, and an old woman who begs you for mercy. Whom do you shoot? I shoot the young boy. He will go to a better place as he is not yet old enough to have committed any sins. I shoot the pregnant woman. If I am to escape with the survivors, she will be the heaviest burden and compromise us all. I shoot the old woman. She has lived a full life, unlike the other two people and she had less of a life to look forward to if we get out. The woman and the boy will have potentially long lives, and it would be wrong to take them away. I shoot none of these people. I tell them to run and duck before I turn the gun on the enemies, hoping to be able to shoot my way out. I shoot myself. I will not kill anyone else. You and three other people are given the materials to build something with the goal of surviving. What do you build? Shelter to protect me from the elements. A weapon to protect me from foes and threats. A greenhouse in which to grow food to sustain me and others. I build nothing, dividing my materials equally amongst the other people. I retrieve information from the other three people on what they plan to build before adjusting my plans accordingly. I use the materials to start a fire. One of your distant friend is in a relationship with someone and has told you that they love their partner. You start to develop feelings for your friends partner and they tell you that they like you too. What do you decide to do? I think about weather gaining a potential lover - When I don't have any idea if things will work out with them - is worth the risk of losing an established and loyal friend. I do nothing, an advise my could-be-lover that even if he/she does end things with my friend, I will not be available to them. They should only end things if they are not happy themselves. I am honest with my friend about me feelings, and the feelings that his/her lover has expressed towards me. I tell my could-be-lover that my friend deserves him/her and remind them that they are in love. Love in important. I take what I want. I don't know when I will feel like this again, and he/she is obviously not happy with my friend. I suggest an affair. Everybody can be satisfied this way. you are at a committee meeting for an event that is incredibly important to you and the people around you. The leader of the meeting calls for silence. How do you respond? I smile at the leader kindly to show him.her that I am open and ready to hear what they have to say. I am already silent. I was not talking or whispering anyway. It takes me a few moments to settle down; my friends are sitting around me and we have a laugh together. I straighten up to show that I am paying attention but still exchange comments with the person next ot me. I raise my voice above everyone else's and ask the leader what he/she would like to discuss when people stop being rude. I can see what the person is going to say is important and therefore I quiet down to listen. A bully beats you up at school. You are terrified of this person. What do you do? I attempt to make peace with the person. I let them beat me up and try to avoid them in the future. I make the bully uncomfortable by stating truths about his/her life that I have figured out. I outwit the bully and then blackmail him/her. I face my fear and stand up to the bully and beat them up twice as badly. There is a new girl in school. You befriend her immediately and discover you have a lot in common. However, your best friend takes a dislike to her instantly. What do you do. I tell my friend that he/she is being unreasonable and warn my new friend that she is the target of my best friend. I withdraw from the situation completely. Maybe they will become friends without me between them. I roll my eyes and force the two of them to spend time around one another. I do not take sides. I ditch the new girl. My bond with my best friend is stronger and loner-lasting. I hang out with each friend individually, not caring what they thing of each other. They don't need to be friends with each other to both be friends with me. I attempt to mediate.