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Are you a Hufflepuff? Are you a Ravenclaw? Are you a Gryffindor? Want to find out? While the movie series may have ended, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter never fails to dissapoint. With a new and improved sorting quiz, you can find out exactly which house you would be a part of. On the 20th anniversary of the “Harry Potter: The Sorcerer's Stone”, social scientists from the University of Cambridge in the UK created this scientific quiz to match your personality with a Hogwarts House. Although it seems odd to apply personality psychology to a fictional and magical universe, this quiz has Harry Potter fans raving to find out which house they would belong in. 


After taking a quiz that requires you to reflect on your personality, you will be able to find out which House you would be put into and how exactly you match up with the other three houses. For all you Harry Potter fanatics, here is what you have been waiting so desperately for. As demoed in our How to Use the Internet Series: How to Discover Your Hogwarts House, here is your step by step process to your formal entry into the world of magic and fantasy.

How to Discover Your Hogwarts House

To Discover Your House: 

  1. Go to wizardingworld.com
  2. Login into your account or Create an account
  3. Click “Discover Your House” 
  1. Click “Start the Sorting Ceremony” 
  2. Continue to answer the questions on the screen


Welcome to the World of Harry Potter! After completing the questions, you will be in your rightful Hogwarts house. Keeping checking into the website to look at updates within your house and within the Harry Potter community. 


Want to learn more daily tips and lifeskills? Check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet Series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like deleting your Facebook account, ordering groceries online, and more.


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