While I was a resident of the Horizon dormitory at Marion Correctional Institution, we had a class every Monday night called “Interfaith Enrichment,” led by volunteers from the Interfaith Center for Peace in Columbus.

In that class, probably 7 years ago, I first encountered a test similar to this one.  Interestingly, I received the same results today as I did then.

Your Thinking is Abstract and Random

You are flexible, adaptable, and creative.
There’s many ways that you can learn – and you’re up for any of them.

You relate well to other people, and you do well working in groups.
You can help people communicate together and work with each other’s strengths.

You don’t work well with people who are competitive or adversarial.
You prefer to work toward a common goal… not toward conflicting goals.