What Kind Of Professor Would You Be?

Answer these fun questions to find out what kind of professor you would be! It might surprise you!

Tags: Education, Professor, Science, Knowledge

1. Do you get annoyed easily?
Yes No


2. Do you like large groups?
Yes No


3. Do you like volunteering?
Yes No ▶ Next Question ◀




Here are all the results with descriptions

An Easygoing Professor
You are down-to-earth and enjoy people. You understand that everyone is trying hard and sometimes things are going to be late. That is okay; it isn't the end of the world. You help whenever you are asked, and you don't mind sharing your time. You would be an easygoing professor!

A Snobbish Professor
You are confident in what you know, and you don't really care about what people think of you. You are happy to share your knowledge, but if no one understands it, that is their problem, not yours. You expect people to take care of themselves and show initiative. You are not warm and fuzzy, and you take a long time to get to know people. You would be a snobbish professor.

A Hard-Ass Professor
You have high expectations for yourself and for others. You will redo a project over and over until it is correct. You tell it like it is, even if it hurts someone's feelings. If something is bad, you ask for it to be redone. If something is great, you believe it could be better. You would be a hard-ass professor.

An Optimistic Professor
You believe that the best is yet to come. You love working with youth. You know you have so much to offer them and that you can learn so much from others. You would be a very optimistic professor.

An Involved Professor
You like to be hands-on when it comes to learning new things. You believe in getting out and experiencing the world rather than reading about it. You like to volunteer your time and help whenever and however you can. You would be a very involved professor.

A Research Professor
You are not much for talking and public speaking. You love learning and trying new things, but you would prefer writing about what you have learned over talking about it. You can spend hours, even days, without being around many other people. You would make a great research professor.