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Kingdomality

pretty good
jason
Ranken Tech, saint Louis, MO

I liked that survey it was fun to do

Medieval Student!
College Sophomore
Ranken Technical College, St. Louis MO

This survey is based on an interesting concept that other surveys are lacking. The idea of a medieval job is interesting and made me want to take the survey to find out what it said. The results were mostly accurate like other surveys with a few things that aren't exactly true. The things about my personality were a little off but when applied to me as a student were very accurate. Wanting to succeed, thinking of it as a competition to be the best, and a no nonsense approach are all true of me as a student.

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College Freshman
FCCJ, Jacksonville, FL

I was surprised that I was considered to be a shepherd. Some of the things were on point as far as the quiz saying that I am empathic caring and understanding. I didn't agree that I am manipulative and closed minded. I consider myself to be very open minded. I did enjoy the quiz.

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Christina K.
Intercoast College, west co,ca

This survey is based on an interesting concept that other surveys are lacking. The idea of a medieval job is interesting and made me want to take the survey to find out what it said. The results were mostly accurate like other surveys with a few things that aren't exactly true. The things about my personality were a little off but when applied to me as a student were very accurate. Wanting to succeed, thinking of it as a competition to be the best, and a no nonsense approach are all true of me as a student.

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College Junior
Intercoast, West Covina,Ca

In taking the "Kingdomality" survey, I found it very enjoyable. When I found out what it had to say, it what was right on. I think this is a fun and enlightening test that every individual should take, just to find out the type of personality type it says and to compare it to what we individuals really think of ourselves.

PinPoint
A'Draea O'neal, College Freshman
Ultimate Medical Academy, Tampa,Florida

I feel that this test was a good benefit to me as far as my future goals because it pinpointed exactly what my positive and negative characteristics are. I feel that it could help me look at the negative side and find a way to make my negatives into positives and to perfect my positives.

True
Grad
dypmc, Pune, India

After completing the questionnaire i was amazed to see the shadow of my personality in the answer. Whatever was mentioned in the answer suited me. It's crazy how things were figured out by simply answering 8 questions.

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College Freshman
Ultimate Medical Academy , Tampa, Florida

The survey is based on medieval jobs, that's what made me want to take it and find out what I would be. The results were mostly correct but some of them a little different. It said i would be a doctor, and that I am not misled with half informed ideas which is true.

One of Many
Donna Jean Bodnar
Ultimate Medical Academy, Tampa, Florida

Over the years many personality instruments have been developed. Today there are instruments to assist in career development for the undecided. Kingdomality is one of them. What a meaningful and creative way to reach the desired goal! The profile that resulted for me was very meaningful and confirms my beliefs of my own strengths and weaknesses.

Who are you?
Amy, College Junior
Chemeketa Community college, McMinnville, OR

Wow-this was quite interesting and fun. I would be a "Dreamer Ministrel" which sounds like fun but not real secure. This was very different and unexpected to what I thought I might have been. Good survey!

Kingdom personality
Frank Nickelson, HS Freshman
Chemeketa Community college, Salem, Oregon

This site was interesting to me because it stated how with 8 basic questions my occupation could be chosen, and how during medieval times it was done the same way. I was skeptical, however after answering the questions that my medieval occupation was Engineer/Builder.

I have taken long skill and occupation questionnaires and came up with the same occupation. I found this site fun and interesting.

Eye Catching
Mariah, College Freshman
Chemeketa , Salem Oregon

I loved this page! The title popped out the most! I love the medieval times and so adding a little quiz along with info from that time about different sort of occupations people had then was very informational! I enjoyed taking the short quiz and getting my answer! Two big thumbs up!

Medieval Personality/Career Test
Bonnie McCone, College Sophomore
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR

With this simple questionnaire I was able to truly identify how I operate, and the effect my personlaity has on others. The result I got was WHITE KNIGHT which classifies me as "A true giver of this world". I am most fulfilled when I am giving; it is its own reward. I give wealth, time and life with others. I give, expecting nothing in return. It also claims that I am "heroic", just like Joan of Arc. Wow - who knew? Negative aspects include being impulsively decisive, sentimental and misdirected. Not sure what is meant by misdirected, but OK. Now I have a new way to see myself and to improve my weaknesses.

The Shepherd
Melanie Hope Araujo, College Sophomore
Chemeketa, Salem, OR

Although I am not sure what being "The Shepherd" has to do with study tips, it seemed to really capture my personality and motives, such as being vigilant and reliable. I do tend to be the most reliable and accountable person among my flock. I very much enjoy being dependable, caring, and practical.

Sadly the negatives to being "The Shepherd" are pretty much right on them money also. Kingdomality is one of the most accurate personality tests I have taken in a while.


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