WHICH CAMP GIRL ARE YOU?

TAKE THIS QUIZ TO FIND OUT WHAT YOU’LL BE LIKE OUT IN THE WILD.

Dolly - - Crib Notes -

1.

There has been a stuff-up with the room des­ig­na­tions and your group has been told to split up by your teacher. How do you re­act?

a) It doesn’t worry me – I’m con­fi­dent enough to del­e­gate who stays and who goes to the other room. b) Um, that isn’t ac­cept­able – I sent in my cabin group months ago. I’m not split­ting up the squad. c) I’ll do the most talk­ing and ar­gu­ing about the sit­u­a­tion, be­cause if any­one can set­tle this, it’s me. d) I’ll vol­un­teer my­self to join the other room be­cause I don’t want to start drama.

2.

You’re in the mid­dle of a team­build­ing ac­tiv­ity in the bush and your group is ar­gu­ing over where to nav­i­gate next. How do you sort it out?

a) I take charge as I’m the most skilled at nav­i­gat­ing my way back to camp. b) I’m about to scream be­cause I need phone re­cep­tion and to get away from bugs, stat. c) I want to have a group chat to hear ev­ery­one’s per­spec­tives (and pre­tend that I know the way). d) I’m not pan­icked – it’s part of the ex­er­cise to co­op­er­ate and have de­bates to fig­ure out how we will get back to camp.

3.

It’s the fi­nal night and you have the camp party – your one time to hit on the boys. How do you pre­pare?

a) I’m throw­ing a pam­per sesh for my squad and will “shot­gun” that guy I’ve had my eye on. b) I’ve had my out­fit planned all week. We’ll do five make-up test runs be­fore we hit the party hall. c) Heavy dis­cus­sions about how the night will pan out is a MUST, and I’ll brief my BFFS on how it will go down. d) I don’t pre­pare too much; I want to live in each mo­ment as it hap­pens and en­joy ev­ery­one’s com­pany.

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