Carol@mirror.Co.Uk: I TESTS; Rate Your Personality in Our Top 10 Fun Sites

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Carol@mirror.Co.Uk: I TESTS; Rate Your Personality in Our Top 10 Fun Sites


Byline: Carol Vorderman

IF you're having an identity crisis, can't decide who to love or what job to do, it's probably time you took an online personality test.

With tongue firmly in cheek, here's our Top 10 guide.

http://community.sparknotes.com/

THERE'S some amusing stuff here although it has a strong American slant. The stress test measures not only how stressed out you are but also how anxious you think you are.

Then there's the untelligence test - not a measure of George Bush's brains but a gauge of your ability to reason in tough situations.

www.lovetest.com

THE name says it all. Get relationship advice based on the 40 answers to this test ("does he know you exist?" type thing).

It also calculates the compatibility between you and your heartthrob using numerology based on your names. There's also astrological compatibility information about selected zodiac signs.

Tom Cruise is THE man for me - you heard it here first.

www.matthewbarr.co.uk/harrypotter & www.matthewbarr.co.uk/simpsons

IF you see yourself as Harry Potter or Hermione Granger, or harbour secret desires to be the odious Malfoy - this straightforward quiz will sort you out.

You can then go on to declare whether you are brave, lazy and are at one with nature to find out whether you're Bart, Lisa or Homer Simpson or even Edna Krabappel.

www.tickle.com

THERE'S a vast range of choice but we opted for the who's your music match? After answering pertinent questions such as what would you wear to the Grammys? (sexy dress, of course); how will you spend your dosh? (bling - what else is there?), and can you sing? (possibly) I was a hot hop-hopper, along the lines of Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas. …

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