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Are you a morning person? Take a test to find out?

Asked by Stinley (11505points) March 28th, 2016

Do you work best in the morning or are you a night owl? Here is a test. I came out a moderate morning person which is about right

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jca's avatar

My score is 56 and I’m “intermediate.” I consider that accurate. I’ve always told people “I’m not a morning person but I’m not a night owl, either.”

jca's avatar

FYI for people taking the test – it will take you about five minutes.

Seek's avatar

With a score of 70, I’m a “definite morning”.

I mean, I could have told you that. The questions are like, “Do you like to be awake in the daytime and sleep during nighttime? Does the idea of exercising in the middle of the night terrify you? Congrats! Your a morning person!”

seriously though, who works out at 10pm? That’s Netflix time.

Mimishu1995's avatar

36. Moderate evening type. That fit me perfectly considering that most of what I produce are in the evening. And the site also says my natural bed time is 12:45 a.m. Oh God it guesses my day-off bedtime correctly! Guess my attempt to change the habit isn’t so necessary after all.

zenvelo's avatar

I am a 60, Moderate Morning.

I wonder how differently I would have scored when I was in my 20’s. I used to be a night owl, and never went to bed until after midnight, and usually much later. But since I was 25, I have worked at a job on East Coast hours despite living in California, and have to be at my desk at 6 a.m.

jca's avatar

@zenvelo: When I was in my 20’s, I needed at least 7 hours of sleep to feel ok. Now, I am ok with anywhere from 4 to 6. If I get 7, it’s like a jackpot. I would probably get fired if I had to be at work at 6, because I’d always be late.

janbb's avatar

It’s too early for me to take a test!

ragingloli's avatar

I am not a morning person, no. If I could, I would sleep everyday until 12:00.

elbanditoroso's avatar

65 Moderate Morning.

ucme's avatar

I don’t do these bullshit tests, you see crap like that frequently on FB
In general I feel energised throughout the day, sometimes more in the morning & other times more active in the evening.

flutherother's avatar

An intermediate 53.

dammitjanetfromvegas's avatar

I was up until 1 am washing dishes then watched a movie. I slept for three hours before taking my husband to work this morning, then went back to bed. I woke up at noon. I’m not a morning person.

tinyfaery's avatar

I don’t need a test. As far as I’m concerned morning should be around noon and bedtime around 3am. My brain is most active at night.

Coloma's avatar

Yep, score 53, intermediate here. I need at least 90 minutes or so to really get in my morning groove. My peak hours of alertness and energy are about 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. I wake at the same time regardless of bedtime so I have to make myself go to bed earlier or I will be tired. I went to bed about 10:15 last night and had to wake up at 5 this morning for a morning appt. an hours drive away and it is now 12:30 and I am wiped out.

The time change has really screwed me up the last few weeks and I am having a hard time getting to bed before 11–11:30 lately.
I am going to bed at like 8:30 tonight, I need to catch up on my sleep after a busy and moderately sleep deprived week. I need a 9 hour night to feel optimum and if I run on 7 hours for a few days or a week I feel run down. I am not a napper at all, unless sick.

I never shake off the grogginess so I prefer to just go to bed early over napping.

DigitalBlue's avatar

I got 42, which is intermediate, but right on the cusp of moderate evening. I have always been a night owl, but I have worked very hard over the last few years to change my nature to better suit social expectations.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Man, good to see you @DigitalBlue!

DigitalBlue's avatar

Thanks @Dutchess_III, back at ya. :)

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