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    Default The what kind of artist/preformer should you be Test

    http://www.okcupid.com/tests/the-wha...ld-you-be-test

    Dancing or Drama
    You scored 60 Extrovertedness, 37 Studyness and 55 Embodyment!

    Well though studying is a bit low for a true dancer you at least have potential. Or alternatively with a bit more extroversion you'd be a perfect Drama student.

    Extrovertedness: Are you the centre of attention or does your own mother not even know who you are?
    Studyness: Are you doing a lot of studying or do you wait till last minute to do what needs to be done?
    Embodyment: How much do you use your body? are you comfortable with it?

    The types I see in school:
    Dance: they are not that extroverted sit in front during classes and are always well prepared. They do their homework well and they know how to use their body.
    Art: they are not that extroverted sit in front during classes and are always well prepared. They do their homework well and they don't really need to use their body that much.
    Music: They are more extroverted then Art and Dance, often see what Drama is up too. They are not that well prepared as Art or Dance. They sit before Drama in classes.
    Drama: They often attract attention wherever they go. In classes they sit in the back and have a hard time keeping quiet. They skip tasks if they feel they aren't usefull. They need to know how to use there body in order to act. (Ever tried Grotowski?)
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    Music
    You scored 24 Extrovertedness, 42 Studyness and 27 Embodyment!

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    A true art student

    You scored 24 Extrovertedness, 68 Studyness and 50 Embodyment!

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    Damn, should have gotten musician/composer.
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    Art
    You scored 12 Extrovertedness, 58 Studyness and 36 Embodyment!

    There's a lot of annoying spelling and grammatical mistakes in that test BTW.
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    A true art student
    You scored 24 Extrovertedness, 63 Studyness and 32 Embodyment!

    You like to study but you aren't that extroverted and you don't use your body that much.
    Extrovertedness: Are you the centre of attention or does your own mother not even know who you are?
    Studyness: Are you doing a lot of studying or do you wait till last minute to do what needs to be done?
    Embodyment: How much do you use your body? are you comfortable with it?
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    A true Dance student
    You scored 36 Extrovertedness, 53 Studyness and 64 Embodyment!

    You know how to use your body and you like to study, You must like dancing then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post

    There's a lot of annoying spelling and grammatical mistakes in that test BTW.

    I can tell by the type of mistakes they are that English is not the person's first language so I wasn't as annoyed by it.

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    Dancing or Drama

    You scored 52 Extrovertedness, 37 Studyness and 64 Embodyment!
    Well though studying is a bit low for a true dancer you at least have potential. Or alternatively with a bit more extroversion you'd be a perfect Drama student.

    Extrovertedness: Are you the centre of attention or does your own mother not even know who you are?
    Studyness: Are you doing a lot of studying or do you wait till last minute to do what needs to be done?
    Embodyment: How much do you use your body? are you comfortable with it?

    The types I see in school:
    Dance: they are not that extroverted sit in front during classes and are always well prepared. They do their homework well and they know how to use their body.
    Art: they are not that extroverted sit in front during classes and are always well prepared. They do their homework well and they don't really need to use their body that much.
    Music: They are more extroverted then Art and Dance, often see what Drama is up too. They are not that well prepared as Art or Dance. They sit before Drama in classes.
    Drama: They often attract attention wherever they go. In classes they sit in the back and have a hard time keeping quiet. They skip tasks if they feel they aren't usefull. They need to know how to use there body in order to act. (Ever tried Grotowski?)
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    I don't really dance but I guess that is right on the money.

    A true Dance student

    You scored 48 Extrovertedness, 58 Studyness and 55 Embodyment!
    You know how to use your body and you like to study, You must like dancing then...

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    Lol at the prepare question...I actually thought 'prepare?' and there was an answer for that! Haha...God I never prepare for anything.

    A true Drama Student
    You scored 76 Extrovertedness, 26 Studyness and 77 Embodyment!
    Good at using your body and always the center of attention. A true Drama student. (oh and studing isn't your biggest priority, still you have the same scores as those who do study a lot.)

    I really do attract a lot of attention sometimes...either I'm holding a loud interesting conversation with someone, and other people just wander in on it, or I'm causing a domino effect with falling desks/chairs/my stuff (it's happened way too many times in my lifetime )

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