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Which Character from the book "The Remains of the Day" are you?

Are you Mr. Stevens? Miss Kenton? Lord Darlington? Mr. Farraday? Or even Sir Cardinal?

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    You are at school/work and are working with a group on a largely important project. What is your role in this group?
    • A.
      The one that oversees all progress and controls what is being done. The boss, or the supervisor
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
    • B.
      The one that helps everyone with their tasks and is friendly towards peers yet makes sure their part is done excellently.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton)
    • C.
      The one that does their part but only that, and does not extend help to other peers
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
    • D.
      The one that that jokes around and is less serious than the others, but makes sure their work is done, and it is done quite well
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)
    • E.
      The one that does their part incorrectly and refuses to believe they have not followed instructions.
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
    • F.
      The one that doesn't do their part altogether and relies on the groups to get the project done fully.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)
  • 2.
    Someone at your work/school confesses that they have feelings for you, and reciprocate those feelings. What is your response?
    • A.
      Tell them how you truly feel, that their feelings are reciprocated.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton, Mr. Farraday)
    • B.
      Reject them, you are too dedicated to your work/schooling to be involved in relationships.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens, Lord Darlington)
  • 3.
    You have a choice between experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime experience with friends and loved ones and working towards a promotion/getting your grades above a 4.0. Will you:
    • A.
      Stay home and work! The promotion/grade is more important.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens, Lord Darlington)
    • B.
      Go with my friends. I will only experience this once, so the promotion can wait.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton, Mr. Farraday)
  • 4.
    What quality is of utmost importance regarding friendships?
    • A.
      Dignity
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
    • B.
      Compassion
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton)
    • C.
      Loyalty
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
    • D.
      Humor
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)
  • 5.
    A friend of yours is going through a difficult time. How do you assist in comforting them?
    • A.
      I say some polite sentences, such as "I'm sorry for your loss," or "That is upsetting." I don't say anything more, because why is there any need to?
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens, Lord Darlington)
    • B.
      I would make sure that they are aware that I am here for them and provide any support I can.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton)
    • C.
      I would try to lighten the mood by making them laugh.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)
  • 6.
    What is your ideal workspace?
    • A.
      Somewhere around people to debate and converse with.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
    • B.
      Wherever the work takes me.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton)
    • C.
      Somewhere quiet and isolated, where I can keep a clear mind while I plan ahead.
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
    • D.
      Somewhere quiet: just me and my books.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)
  • 7.
    When are you most productive?
    • A.
      I am equally productive everyday. I tend not to slack and try my hardest to get everything done and more daily.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
    • B.
      Whenever inspiration hits.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton, Mr. Farraday)
    • C.
      Whenever I am around other people.
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
  • 8.
    How would you want to impact the world?
    • A.
      By doing a small part and assisting those who will.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
    • B.
      By going out and changing the world as much as I can.
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
    • C.
      By minor things to help situations little by little.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton, Mr. Farraday)
  • 9.
    Where do you picture self in 20 years?
    • A.
      With a loving family and in a nice home.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton)
    • B.
      Still working at my profession- striving for perfection.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
    • C.
      Alone, yet not lonely, in a big house filled with my interests.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)
    • D.
      As an influential being, at a position of political power.
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
  • 10.
    How do you relax?
    • A.
      I rarely ever.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens, Lord Darlington)
    • B.
      Reading a good book.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton, Mr. Farraday)
    • C.
      Decorating.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 11.
    How do you communicate with someone virtually?
    • A.
      Full sentences, grammar, punctuation, capitalization. 
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens, Lord Darlington)
    • B.
      Abbreviations, no punctuation, no capitalization.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton, Mr. Farraday)
  • 12.
    Do you prefer the night or day?
    • A.
      Night
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
    • B.
      Day
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)
    • C.
      Both (or no preference)
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
  • 13.
    How would you rate your level of focus?
    • A.
      I am rarely ever not focused.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens, Lord Darlington)
    • B.
      I am focused when I'm working, but no time else.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton, Mr. Farraday)
  • 14.
    What would you say is your strength?
    • A.
      Rationalizing and planning ahead. I am meticulous and logical.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Stevens)
    • B.
      Maintaining a balance between personal lives and work/school.
      (Correlates to: Miss Kenton)
    • C.
      Talking and debating with others. Words are a craft that I am skilled in.
      (Correlates to: Lord Darlington)
    • D.
      Business. I am entrepreneurial.
      (Correlates to: Mr. Farraday)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Mr. Stevens
    Proper, well dressed, skilled, ambitious, and the epitome of professional, you dedicate your life and being towards your job. You are obsessed with displaying a facade of perfectionism, a flawless, talented being to the outside world, relentlessly pursuing dignity and glory. You are so mercilessly obsessed with this that you constantly deny your true feelings and trust those you admire absolutely, so much so that you are willing to turn away from their misgivings and poor choices. Make sure you slow down to enjoy your surroundings, and carefully cultivate relationships with those you treasure most. Don't deny your true feelings and learn how to keep a balance between professionalism and being yourself.
  • 2.
    Miss Kenton
    You are relentlessly good at your job, yet you still find ways to spend time with friends and enjoy yourself. You have no problem expressing your emotions and breaking your professional facade, because to you, professionalism is only one side. You are warm, kind, giving, and skilled. Your emotions may get out of hand sometimes and you might have trouble expressing, managing, or controlling them. Make sure you spend time on yourself as well. The smallest inconvenience may deter you and seem like the end of the world, but keep living life to the fullest!
  • 3.
    Lord Darlington
    You are someone with good intentions, and believe and support a certain serious topic, whatever it may be. This belief is so strong that you will stop at nothing to achieve it becoming a reality. You are kind and powerful, yet trusting and loyal. However, you may be so trusting and loyal that you are easily misguided and manipulated. Take time to assess your surroundings, and don't bend to peer pressure. Do what you think is best and carefully contemplate others words.
  • 4.
    Mr. Farraday
    Humorous, yet intelligent and kind, you are someone who is skilled at what they do. You are very passionate towards your interests and are highly skilled in them, no matter what they may be. You enjoy laughing and bantering with friends and folk, as you believe it is somewhat close to human warmth. Take time to think about other people in the room, and be careful of what you speak. You are quick to misunderstand and misinterpret, so be careful in what you choose to say.