The best Hogwarts house test I have done so far. Found it on PerC (Make sure you select all identical answers).
You are a RAVENCLAW!
As a Ravenclaw and as an NFP, you value imagination, ideas and intelligence. You are probably somewhat of an individualist and avoid conforming just for its own sake. You are insightful and perceptive, and since you are empathetic and value harmony, you usually try to avoid conflict. Of course, you may enjoy participating in heated debates, but only as long as they remain on an intellectual level and not a personal level. In general, you are open-minded and curious, and set high standards for yourself.
Types of the houses in general:
(value courage, bravery and chivalry)
(value ambition, cunning and resourcefulness)
Hufflepuff : xSxJ
(value loyalty, justice and hard-working)
(value intelligence, creativity and imagination)
On the quizilla test I scored Gryffindor. It was completely obvious what they were typing you as. I decided to ignore the repeated instruction to tick all boxes with the same answer (and just ticked one box for each) and scored STP
On the helloquizzy test I scored Slytherin (however when returning to the final question and choosing "wise" over "great" I scored Ravenclaw). I prefer that result to the one on the other site.
Verdict: Both tests sucked. They would have scored better had they invested in a "none of the above" response option for at least some of their questions (this was more necessary for the first than the second).
I'm late to this, but I don't think trying to correspond MBTI types or Keirsey types to Hogwarts houses makes any sense. Especially not the Keirsey temperaments--they measure completely different things.
I get Ravenclaw for most Hogwarts tests, but I just took the Pottermore quiz (which was supposedly written by Rowling herself), and I got a clear winner of Slytherin .
I think it really depends on how you define each of the four houses. For instance, when I hear the word "bravery," the first thing I think of is someone who assesses the possible outcomes of each way they could act, and they realize that the right/best thing to do would be a path that's scary to them. And yet they decide to do that anyway because it's right. I consider myself definitely to be this kind of brave, and I think this defines a lot of my personality . . . . And yet, according to the Pottermore quiz, Gryffindor bravery means being impulsively brave and reckless. Which is not me in the slightest. I'm not impulsive at all and am strategic as hell. In fact, I got a 0 for Gryffindor on that quiz.
So yeah, basically I think the House traits need to be defined better, and I think they don't correspond in any meaningful way to MBTI or the temperaments.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear."--Ambrose Redmoon