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    Badger wants to be a hardened dauntless, but inside beats a heart of soft gold....
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Is everyone Divergent? lol

    Rail's test -- I'm Divergent ( lol, see above)

    YOUR CHOICES DEMONSTRATE THE VIRTUES OF MORE THAN ONE FACTION,
    SCORING HIGHEST IN AMITY AND ERUDITE TRAITS

    Abnegation and Dauntless were a little over half the values of Amity and Erudite, and Candor was lowest
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    Erudite>Amity>Dauntless>Candor>Abnegation

    Why am I not Divergent?

    Edit: Nevermind, I just looked at the top of the screen and I am Divergent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    Perhaps you have "softened" with age...
    More like the test mistakes indifference and being rational for kindness. I wonder if they will still think I'm kind if I watch someone drown while eating a hot dog.

    The second test I got "You are Divergent- But Closest to Dauntless"

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    ...














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    ...Divergent.











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    It said divergent, but Amity was far and away my highest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Is everyone Divergent? lol

    Rail's test -- I'm Divergent ( lol, see above)

    YOUR CHOICES DEMONSTRATE THE VIRTUES OF MORE THAN ONE FACTION,
    SCORING HIGHEST IN AMITY AND ERUDITE TRAITS

    Abnegation and Dauntless were a little over half the values of Amity and Erudite, and Candor was lowest
    It's likely that people will get divergent, because these factions, even though people try to separate, isn't as separate as people make it out to be. That is, at least when it comes to real life.

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    If you read the last book, it really explains why almost everyone got Divergent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rail Tracer View Post
    It's likely that people will get divergent, because these factions, even though people try to separate, isn't as separate as people make it out to be. That is, at least when it comes to real life.
    Right. I haven't seen the movie, but makes sense.

    Actually many personality theories could fall into that explanation.
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    Well, the ironic thing is that the first test is the "official" one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rail Tracer View Post
    It's likely that people will get divergent, because these factions, even though people try to separate, isn't as separate as people make it out to be. That is, at least when it comes to real life.
    That was one of my problems with the movie and why it really comes off as a 'teen flick' versus a more mature picture. It's kind of silly to imagine a culture of adults where people only have five categories and are SO rigid about testing to the degree of not even being able to acknowledge test scores where you do well in more than one category.

    Culture can shoehorn people, true, and we can even see it with MBTI here somewhat... but five categories and people are killed / kicked out for doing well in two categories? I don't think so.

    EDIT: @LadyLazarus: I hope so. I wasn't that impressed with the first movie.
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