|1.||Networkers need to be around other people to feel stimulated and to have a purpose.|
|2.||Intellectual Partiers like to be around other people, because they are stimulated by discussion and argumentation.|
|3.||Social Partiers like to be around other people, because social experiences provide good times.|
|4.||Altruistic Heroes strive to help others, and this makes them feel useful and good.|
|1.||Sprinters dislike the college experience, and they try to get through as quickly and as painlessly as possible.|
|2.||Clueless Marginals have no sense of drive or purpose about college and continue only because external factors force them to be there.|
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