What character from To Kill A Mockingbird are you?
Are you an Atticus, a bit like Dill or more of a Calpurnia? Take the quiz to find out!
What are your greatest strengths? (Choose up to 5)
1 / 10
You find yourself with a free afternoon. What do you do to fill your time?
Challenge your friends to try the latest social media craze
Spend the afternoon alone, reading
Bake all day long
Get a jump start on tomorrow's to do list/homework
2 / 10
Your friends are planning a dangerous adventure. You...
Are the one who came up with the idea!
Go along but be prepared to call for help
Refuse to go with them but let them go anyway
Convince them not to go and tell a responsible adult
3 / 10
Your family would describe you as...
An introvert; quiet, tame, calm
An extrovert; outgoing, animated, bold
4 / 10
You see someone steal $10 from someone else's bag. You...
Walk up to them and attempt to convince them to give it back
Tell the victim and hope they know what to do
Alert a nearby police officer
Ignore the situation
5 / 10
My ideal workspace is...
At a desk
The kitchen table
6 / 10
What is your dream job? (Choose up to 3)
Small shop owner (bakery, florist, etc.)
Anything behind a desk and away from people
7 / 10
When is it important to stand up for others?
When I think my parents would stand up for them
Whenever they need help
That's not my job
8 / 10
What is your opinion of rumors?
I ignore them
I hate them
I try to ignore all but the good ones
I tend to start them
9 / 10
How do you make decisions?
I evaluate the evidence
With my friends' help
I follow others' decisions
10 / 10
Jean Louise "Scout" Finch
Jean Louise has the nickname Scout for a reason. Like you, she is adventurous, resourceful and knowledgeable. She has a bright and original personality and is optimistic enough to see the good in people.
Scout's optimism is challenged throughout the story as a trial against a black man causes other's prejudices to emerge. Her young age during the time when the book takes place plays a role in how she treats other characters in the story and how she handles situations. She acts very mature for her age but sometimes kids will be kids.
Read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee to learn more about Scout, Atticus, Jem, Dill, Boo, and Calpurnia.
Like Atticus, you share your wisdom whenever you can, with whomever you can. You show empathy for everyone and you think everyone deserves equality. A widower, the father of Jem and Scout Finch and the lawyer defending a black man in a city where white is often separated from black, Atticus Finch has a strong moral compass and wants justice to be brought to everyone, which is what he teaches his kids.
Read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee to learn more about Atticus, Jem, Scout, Dill, Boo, and Calpurnia.
Like Calpurnia, you may be described as is a strict but kind, tough but nurturing, and bossy but motherly. Calpurnia is the generous, introverted and motherly housekeeper to the Finch children. Though she is not a major character within the story, she is the bridge between the white Finch family and the black community, which is a meaningful connection.
Read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee to learn more about Calpurnia, Jem, Scout, Atticus, Dill, and Boo.
Jem is the reckless thrill seeker of the Finch family. He is a young, courageous boy, never willing to turn down a dare from his younger sister, Scout, or his friend Dill. Jem is always Scout's protector because he is her best friend, even though they are four years apart in age. Like Jem, you are bold and adventurous but also kind and protective of what you love.
Read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee to learn more about Jem, Scout, Atticus, Dill, Boo, and Calpurnia.
Arthur "Boo" Radley
Like Boo, you are humble, intelligent and kind, even if it may not be seen by everyone. Boo Radley is perceived as the scary and uninviting neighbor living across the street from the main characters. He is one of the mockingbirds in the story in that he has been seen as evil through the story because of societal prejudices.
Read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee to learn more about Boo, Jem, Scout, Atticus, Dill, and Calpurnia.
Charles Baker "Dill" Harris
Dill is the summertime friend of the two main children characters. Like you, he is incredibly confident and courageous and does not hesitate to encourage the reckless games of Jem and Scout Finch. He is a bit strange and fosters a bit of curiosity in readers because he is quiet, so there isn't much to learn about him through the story.
Read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee to learn more about Dill, Boo, Jem, Scout, Atticus and Calpurnia.