1. When making a supermarket shopping list do you.?
A: Write the list in order of where items are located in the shop
B: Consult your partner as you write the list
C: Write ingredients down according to your weekly meal plan
D: You don’t make a list; you’ll decide what you want when you get there
2. How would you explain using a new system to somebody?
A: Break it down into steps
B: Relate it to a system that is already familiar
C: Briefly explain it and then let them try it on their own
D: Explain all of the information, facts and theories
3. After seeing a film with a friend, what do you normally discuss first?
A: The course of the plot
B: Which aspects of the film you most / least enjoyed
C: Whether you anticipated the plot twist
D: The aesthetics: costumes, lighting, set design etc.
4. At a dinner party, do you...?
A: Quietly observe the conversation until somebody speaks to you
B: Join in a conversation that is already going
C: Make time to speak to everyone individually
D: Engage all guests in a lively debate or game
5. What was your favourite subject at school?
A: Maths and Science
C: Woodwork, Textiles or Home Economics
6. When planning a holiday, do you...?
A: Read guide books and consult maps to plan your itinerary
B: You take recommendations from others, whether it is websites, magazines or friends
C: You prepare a full itinerary before you go, booking meals and attractions ahead of travel
D: Go with the flow, you arrive at your destination and go wherever looks the most interesting
7. When choosing your holiday destination, which do you look for...?
A: City breaks with cultural attractions
B: Cruises, adventure, nightlife or fun activities
C: A themed holiday such as a cookery school or language course
D: Anywhere unusual that’s off the beaten track - from an Inca trail to a yurt in a forest
8. How is your wardrobe organised?
A: By colour
B: By occasion – evening wear / day wear
C: By season – winter / summer
D: Grouped together in outfits to suit your mood and style
9. When asked to take notes at a meeting, do you?
A: Detail every point made in chronological order
B: Note down important points based on the subject they relate to
C: List according to the next action that needs to be made
D: Use different colours to denote conversations and topics
10. What do you value most in a relationship?
A: Honesty, you know you can count on each other to do the right thing
B: Adventure, you have a love of trying new things together
C: Reliability, you will be there for each other in difficult situations
D: Intellect, you need interesting conversations that stimulate your mind
Mostly As =
Logical thinker – your ideas are methodical, considered and realistic. To solve problems you like to base your solution on all the data available.
Your favourite type of puzzle is: Logic puzzles. Try online at www.saga.co.uk/puzzles
Mostly Bs =
Collaborative thinker - you're happy to take on board other people's ideas and suggestions in order to progress.
Your favourite type of puzzle is: Word puzzles such as Crosswords and Arrowords. Try online at www.saga.co.uk/puzzles
Mostly Cs =
The practical thinker – organised and realistic, you like to plan meticulously in life and are usually at least one step ahead of the game. When faced with a puzzle, you approach it strategically, evaluating and perfecting solutions as you go, you prefer to anticipate how the problem will unfold before it happens.
Your favourite type of puzzle is: Numerical puzzles such as Sudoku and Suguru. Try online at www.saga.co.uk/puzzles
Mostly Ds =
The abstract thinker – playful and creative, your strength is coming up with big fun ideas. You approach situations with fresh ideas and are great at pulling together last-minute ideas. You like to solve problems using your instincts and information you have memorised, applying original thinking to find the solution.
Your favourite type of puzzle is: Cryptic Crosswords, Mazes. Try online at www.saga.co.uk/puzzles
A mixture =
You are an all-rounder. Some people have a defined way of thinking, you, however, have a flexible approach to any scenario.
Your favourite type of puzzle is: All of them! From a simple Wordsearch to a mind-bending Logic puzzle – you’ll give anything a go. Try online at www.saga.co.uk/puzzles
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