You can be reborn in any time period. Which do you choose?
The Revolutionary Era
The Roaring 20s
The Swinging 60s
Would you prefer two 90 minute classes a week or three 50 minute classes a week?
90 minute classes
50 minute classes
Ew, neither one!
What helps you finish work faster?
Peace and quiet
A bit of music
TV or background noise
What was your best subject in high school?
Who did you hang out with in high school?
The band geeks
How often do you need alone time?
Basically, every single day.
A few nights a week.
Never, I hate being alone!
Choose a magazine to peruse:
The New Yorker
When it comes to coffee, sugar or no sugar?
Sugar, and lots of it!
A little bit of sugar.
I don't drink coffee.
How often will you see students one on one?
Maybe once a week.
I'll have office hours daily.
Once every two weeks.
Never, they can figure it out.
If you were a professor, you would teach psychology. You've always been drawn to the inner workings of the mind and the reality of human behavior. You're intuitive, intelligent, and introverted. As an active and compassionate listener, you'd make one heck of a psychology professor!
If you were a professor, you would teach American History! You're an old soul who has always been drawn to America's origin story. From the Revolutionary War to the Swinging 60s, you would love to teach about the history of the country you love most.
If you were a professor, you would teach creative writing. For you, writing has always been an outlet and a passion. You can always lose yourself in your writing or your words. Sharing your passion for creative writing would bring you fulfillment and contentment. Maybe it would even improve your writing!
If you were a professor, you would teach a foreign language! You're a world traveler who loves to immerse yourself in other cultures. Teaching the languages you've fallen in love with would bring you the greatest joy and make a great excuse to travel just a bit more!
If you were a professor, you would teach computer science! You're a tech savvy and creative soul who is all about breaking that glass ceiling and taking the industry by storm. Teaching computer science would help you to pay it forward and get other women like yourself into the industry!