Welcome, test subject, to the Aperture Science Collaborative Disposition Test. With just a few short questions, this test will determine your personality-driven test resolution type, allowing you to further the cause of science with a compatible test subject.
The following personality test was developed by Aperture scientists in the late seventies as a way to determine test subject compatibility for cooperative testing initiatives. The test was categorized UNSAFE by Aperture Laboratories in 1977, after every test subject who took the test became immediately insane from having so many unassailable truths and gut-wrenching personal secrets about themselves revealed at once. The test was placed in a locked strong box and secured in an abandoned sub-basement. This sub-basement was then filled with cement, and the doorway bricked over.
Upon rediscovery of the document last month, Aperture scientists felt the results were “inconclusive.” A further round of testing has been requested. And you can help! (Source)
Go here to answer seven questions to find out your type. Do it and get free cake at the end.
My result = Weighted Companion Cube.
Possible Results – Spoliers:
Brave and up for anything-you like adventure and nothing scares you. You value friendship highly. Your ideal cooperative partner would be inquisitive and sensitive.
Stalwart and dependable, you’re always willing to give a friend the shirt off your back, a shoulder to cry on, or a step up. Compatible cooperative test partners include shirtless people who can’t stop crying while they use you as stairs.
You don’t see crises-only challengitunities you choose to scale like mountains. You’re a can-do, shoot-from-the-hip, silver-tongued self-starter. You’re a good match for any cooperative test partner, providing they shut up and listen.
Resolute and tenacious, you won’t quit until a puzzle’s solved. Your inability to give up against impossible odds makes you a bad match for cooperative test partners who give up against any odds at all, racing to the internet for answers.