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Quiz: Are You A Morning Person?

By Life Editor 05 September 2017   |   5:00 am

Waking up early can sometimes be a drag. Do you find yourself snoozing or depending on your alarm to wake you up? Do you know whether or not you are a morning person? Or do you fall somewhere in-between? Take this quiz to find out!

What time would you get up if you were totally free or have no plans for the day?
A. 5am to 6:30am (5 points)
B. 6:30am to 7:45am (4 points)
C. 7:45am to 9:45am (3 points)
D. 9:45am to 11am (2 points)
E. 11am to noon (1 point)

What time would you go to bed if you were totally free to plan your evening?
A. 8pm to 9pm (5 points)
B. 9pm to 10:15pm (4 points)
C. 10:15pm to 12:30am (3 points)
D. 12:30am to 1:45am (2 points)
E. 1:45am to 3am (1 point)

How dependent are you on being woken up by an alarm clock?
A. Not at all (4 points)
B. Slightly dependent (3 points)
C. Fairly dependent (2 points)
D. Very dependent (1 point)

Would you say it’s easy getting up in the mornings?
A. Not at all (1 point)
B. Not very easy (2 points)
C. Fairly easy (3 points)
D. Very easy (4 points)

How alert do you feel during the first half-hour when you wake up in the morning?
A. Not at all (1 point)
B. Not very alert (2 points)
C. Fairly alert (3 points)
D. Very alert (4 points)

How is your appetite within the first half-hour of waking up in the morning?
A. Very poor (1 point)
B. Fairly poor (2 points)
C. Fairly good (3 points)
D. Very good (4 points)

During the first half-hour after you are awake, how tired do you feel?
A. Very tired (1 point)
B. Fairly tired (2 points)
C. Fairly refreshed (3 points)
D. Very refreshed (4 points)

When you have no commitments the next day, at what time do you go to bed compared to your usual bedtime?
A. Seldom or never later (4 points)
B. Less than one hour later (3 points)
C. 1 to 2 hours later (2 points)
D. More than two hours later (1 point)

How well would you perform one hour’s worth of physical exercise between 7am and 8am?
A. Would be in good form (4 points)
B. Would be in reasonable form (3 points)
C. Would find it difficult (2 points)
D. Would find it very difficult (1 point)

When do you feel the most tired and in need of a nap?
A. 8pm to 9pm (5 points)
B. 9pm to 10:15pm (4 points)
C. 10:15pm to 12:30am (3 points)
D. 12:30am to 1:45am (2 points)
E. 1:45am to 3am (1 point)

Which one of the four testing times would you choose to take a two-hour test?
A. 8am to 10am (4 points)
B. 11am to 1pm (3 points)
C. 3pm to 5pm (2 points)
D. 7pm to 9pm (1 point)

If you went to bed at 11pm, how tired would you be?
A. Not at all (0 points)
B. A little tired (2 points)
C. Fairly tired (3 points)
D. Very tired (5 points)

If you go to bed much later than usual, but don’t need to get up at any particular time the next morning, which one of the following events are you most likely to experience?
A. Will wake up at usual time and will not fall asleep (4 points)
B. Will wake up at usual time but will doze (3 points)
C. Will wake up at usual time but will fall asleep again (2 points)
D. Will not wake up at usual time (1 point)

Score results:

Above 40: You’re a lark! This means you’ll be more alert, proactive and happier in the mornings. When it comes to business success, morning people hold all the cards

Between 30 to 37: You’re a Hummingbird, you can shift your rising and retiring times by an hour or two with little difficulty, Since you are at either end of the spectrum, you’ll have less challenges to overcome.

Below 37: You’re an owl! You’re more likely to have a buzzing social life, you’ll also be more strategic, creative and you might have a higher IQ!

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