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09 Sep

What's Your Hogwarts House?

Posted by Giada Nizzoli

What's your Hogwarts House?

Did you manage to catch the Hogwarts Express on 1st September or are you still waiting for your Hogwarts letter?

If that’s the case (hurry up, owls!), let’s get you ready and find out which Hogwarts house you belong to, so that there won’t be any surprises next year. Sorting hat, move aside!

Here are the most characteristic traits of each house.

Gryffindor

There’s a pretty big clue that you are a true Gryffindor: nothing scares you (except maybe giant spiders). You are brave and daring, and, while some might even consider you reckless, you certainly prefer the term ‘heroic’. Sure, sometimes you might be a little short-tempered and impulsive, but it doesn’t take anything away from your chivalry.

Slytherin

Don’t listen to what Gryffindors say! Being in Slytherin doesn’t make you evil (well, not necessarily, at least): it actually means you’re a very ambitious person. You’re cunning, determined and incredibly resourceful: nothing can stop you and you certainly won’t let anyone get in the way of your plans. Did we mention that you have great leadership skills, too?

Ravenclaw

Do your friends consider you the ‘clever one’? You sound like a Ravenclaw to us! You value learning and intellect, and you’re pretty wise for someone your age. Don’t worry, though: this definitely doesn’t make you boring! On the contrary, you are a curious and creative person, always willing to discover new things and find new ways to look at everyday life.

Hufflepuff

Hooray, this is J. K. Rowling’s house! You’re a hard worker and are known for your honesty and loyalty. Hufflepuffs are just, patient and fair (you’d never cheat or go against your strong moral code!). You don’t really get why other houses are so interested in competing: you prefer celebrating other people’s success rather than eclipsing it. Basically, you’re a great friend to have around!

Share this with your bookish friends and fellow Potterheads and let us all know what house you belong to!


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