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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    I agree. I took those house tests on facebook, always got Slytherin, which is also my favorite house, so it all works out. It makes more sense than ENTPs having Ravenclaw as first choice, although it would be my second. I'd say Slytherin>Ravenclaw>Gryffindor>Hufflepuff
    and i always got gryffindor, which is where i want to be.

    so far, thats the only list i've agreed with.

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    AW MAN.

    I didn't read which forum it was in and I thought for some reason it was going to be about people who built houses to look like the inside of Hogwarts (or at least inspired by the HP series), kind of like people who build their own hobbit houses.
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    Gryffindor
    *Commonly all types

    Hufflepuff
    *Commonly all types

    Hufflepuff isn't second rate, nor is it about drinking (although the common room is located in the castle's cellar, near the kitchens.)
    Examples of exceptional Hufflepuffs are Cedric Diggory, the Hogwarts Champion during the 1994 Triwizard Tournament, and Nymphadora Tonks, a skilled auror.
    This house and its members exemplify honesty, fairness, equality and responsibility to others.

    Ravenclaw
    *Generally ENTP, INTP, INFP, INTJ, INFJ and ENJs & ISTP less commonly.

    I don't think that other sensing types are not intelligent enough, but I think this house probably just favors intuition.
    For example, students access the common room by solving a riddle that requires abstract knowledge or thinking.
    Also, the founder, Rowena Ravenclaw, came up with the idea for the location of Hogwarts in a dream as well as developed the idea for the castle's ever-changing floorplan.

    Slytherin
    *Generally ENTJ, ESTJ, INTJ, ISTJ, ESFJ, ENTP, ESTP and ISTJ.

    As far as I see it, Slytherin, as a community and its individual members, focus on politics, or controlling the external environment with the intention of self-preservation.
    I imagine that someone like Salazar Slytherin probably did not trust muggles because their ignorance of magic was directly theatening.
    Thus, pure-blood elitism as a trait of Slytherin survived for centuries as a form of self-preservation as well as keeping power within a narrow community.

    While other houses may misunderstand the intentions of individuals in Slytherins, I doubt they feel misunderstood or feel like "misfits" as a whole.
    Rather, they are more traditional and socially superior group who condemn others.
    The somewhat asocial and loathsome temperament of Severus Snape would probably be a typical for Slytherin.
    However, methodical and controlling types such as Tom Riddle and Umbridge, and self-promoting types (Rita Skeeter and Horace Slughorn) would be more common.

    Individuals of any type could be sorted into Slytherin if they came from pureblood family and/or held elitist values even if that person is not particularly cunning or power-hungry.

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    I wanted to be in Slytherin, but I've always tested as Ravenclaw.

    In my opinion...
    SP - Gryffindor or Slytherin
    NT - Ravenclaw or Slytherin
    SJ - Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw
    NF - Hufflepuff or Gryffindor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    Harry Potter - House Quiz

    Here is a good quiz.
    Thanks. I scored this:

    Slytherin - 15
    Gryffindor - 10
    Ravenclaw - 9
    Hufflepuff - 4

    I scored both Slytherin and Ravenclaw before, but Slytherin in most of the tests. Let´s say, 80% of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    Ravenclaw, Becthes! And I did all the tests mentioned on this thread.
    Not Hufflepuff for this INFP.
    Makes sense really, Hufflepuff is about hard word and stuff no? INFP generally hard workers? I think INFP is much more Ravenclaw-y.

    Plus one of the most prominent Ravenclaw characters is Luna Lovegood so em..

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    I would say I would want to be sorted in Ravenclaw or Slytherin. They seem like cool folk. The only house I would have to say I would DESPISE being in is Hufflepuff. Gah, I think it would make me wanna cut a bitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Snow View Post
    Makes sense really, Hufflepuff is about hard word and stuff no? INFP generally hard workers? I think INFP is much more Ravenclaw-y.

    Plus one of the most prominent Ravenclaw characters is Luna Lovegood so em..
    Many INFPs can be hard working, especially if the work is helpful to others.
    Also, many INFPs are tolerant, fair and agreeable. Hufflepuff also values equality, not just hardwork, so think I think it's just as likely that an INFP would be in Hufflepuff as Ravenclaw. I guess it's all relative, in the end. It depends on the individuals perceptions and preferences, perhaps.
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    I'm ENTP and Gryffindor. Two ENTPs in the books, James Potter and Sirius Black, are Gryffindors as well.

    Lily Evans was most likely an INFJ and she was a Gryffindor. Most types can go to more than one house, but I'd say that virtually all INTJs are Slytherins.

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    I remember back in the day when my friends and I were going through our Harry Potter phase. I was a slytherin... I guess that fits the stereotype here. (Or at least the OP's theory.)

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