1. The enchanted swamp Fred and George Weasley left at Hogwarts has expanded to fill the corridor, and you're late for Charms. You: Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Warner Bros. Find anything nearby: Books, robes, students, whatever — and attempt to build a bridge over it. Correct Incorrect Find anything nearby: Books, robes, students, whatever — and attempt to build a bridge over it. Sacrifice your freshly-opened bag of Honeydukes goodies by transfiguring them into a bridge and leaving it there, so others can cross the swamp. Correct Incorrect Sacrifice your freshly-opened bag of Honeydukes goodies by transfiguring them into a bridge and leaving it there, so others can cross the swamp. Swiftly transfigure your schoolbag into a wooden bridge, cross the swamp, then turn the bridge back into your bag and head to class. Correct Incorrect Attempt to jump, but Peeves pushes you in. You arrive late to Charms, grumbling and smelling of swamp juice Correct Incorrect Find a teacher to report the scamp who did this, then head a different way to class Correct Incorrect Walk across the hidden path… you know where it is because you were the one who expanded the swamp last night! Correct Incorrect 2. Pick your ideal hideaway. Warner Bros. A warm, rich, wooden cabin in a pirate ship, full of huge armchairs, old maps and mysterious instruments Correct Incorrect A sunny conservatory with cushions, plants and a hot beverage waiting Correct Incorrect The library of a country mansion, filled with hundreds of books, a hell of a view and the promise of an afternoon undisturbed Correct Incorrect A cavernous room with a huge fire, leather sofas and some dark cabinets in the shadows that seem to be rattling… Correct Incorrect A quiet roof garden, where a plate of your favourite food and a stack of books await you Correct Incorrect A comfortable and practical study, filled with your most treasured possessions and a lock on the door Correct Incorrect 3. At Diagon Alley, you spot a small side alley with a glowing green light in a small courtyard. Seeing some old, dingy shops at the end, you: Warner Bros. Wonder what's down there, but follow your friend instead - you promised you'd help them choose new dress robes Correct Incorrect Tell your friend you want to check it out, but they drag you away, ignoring your protests Correct Incorrect Tell your friend where you’ll be – they can take it or leave it Correct Incorrect Turn down the alley, and drag your friend with you Correct Incorrect Sneak off to explore, alone Correct Incorrect You know what’s down there, and it’s not worth your time. Correct Incorrect 4. If you could only eat one food forever, it would be: Warner Bros. Something you love that's good for you - simple! Correct Incorrect Something naughty but delicious - life's short, why be good? Correct Incorrect Something you don't much like that's healthy - you've got to take care of yourself, no one else will Correct Incorrect Something that can be cooked in a variety of ways Correct Incorrect Something you can grow so it never runs out Correct Incorrect Something that will keep you alive, basically Correct Incorrect 5. Which two magical classes are you most excited to study? Warner Bros. Defence Against the Dark Arts and Charms Correct Incorrect Defence Against the Dark Arts and Transfiguration Correct Incorrect Defence Against the Dark Arts and Transfiguration Herbology and Potions Correct Incorrect Herbology and Potions Astronomy and Charms Correct Incorrect Astronomy and Charms Transfiguration and Potions Correct Incorrect Transfiguration and Potions Defence Against the Dark Arts and Care of Magical Creatures Correct Incorrect Defence Against the Dark Arts and Care of Magical Creatures 6. In your favourite class, the Professor sets an obscene amount of homework — and there's a Quidditch match tomorrow. How do you react? Warner Bros. Let your disappointment in a teacher you like get you down - you finish the work on time but don't play your best match Correct Incorrect Start to have a go at the teacher but give in, sighing – at least you enjoy the subject Correct Incorrect Fume silently with your friends, but find a way to finish the work and still make it to Quidditch Correct Incorrect Join in the class’s outburst about the unfairness of the situation, but whizz through the work with ease later Correct Incorrect Turn your nose up at the teacher’s lack of compassion for your upcoming match, resolving to excel in the class and prove them wrong about you Correct Incorrect Tell the teacher you have Quidditch practice and won’t be handing the work in on time – in fact they’ll be lucky if you hand it in at all Correct Incorrect 7. Pick a contradiction that best describes you. Warner Bros. A fine mess. Correct Incorrect A fine mess. Deafening silence. Correct Incorrect Deafening silence. Calculated error. Correct Incorrect Calculated error. Victimless crime. Correct Incorrect Victimless crime. Serious fun. Correct Incorrect Serious fun. Organised chaos. Correct Incorrect Organised chaos. 8. You find a heavy, rusted key on the steps to the Potions dungeon. You: Warner Bros. Take the key and show your friends. Everyone has a different idea about what it could open. Correct Incorrect Pick the key up, and spend a few hours wondering whether to hand it in – and who to hand it in to. Correct Incorrect Take the key down to Snape – it was found in the dungeon so that's probably where it’s from. Also, Snape will give you house points for giving it in. Correct Incorrect Pick the key up and spend the rest of the afternoon testing it on doors around Hogwarts. Correct Incorrect Leave the key where you found it, but tell the next teacher you see. Correct Incorrect Take it. It’s not stealing, right? Besides, it might be useful in future… Correct Incorrect 9. What power would you make best use of? Warner Bros. Mind reading. I'd know my true friends, and put away a few enemies. Correct Incorrect Invisibility. Get me that cloak, now. Correct Incorrect Accio. I’d never lose anything again! Correct Incorrect Invincibility. I could save people. Plus, everyone would be well impressed (Side effects: Voldemort) Correct Incorrect Flying. I could go anywhere and see everything! Correct Incorrect Controlling time. I could handle that power… Correct Incorrect 10. You get home after a particularly gruelling day to find someone has devoured your stash of cauldron cakes - the ones you were saving for a day like this. How do you react? Warner Bros. Leave a passive aggressive note on the common room noticeboard. Correct Incorrect Leave a passive aggressive note on the common room noticeboard. Bellow until someone answers, demanding to know who ate them, before retrieving a spare from your backup stash Correct Incorrect Wake the entire dormitory and demand information from everyone, before heading into the corridors to interrogate stragglers. When this proves unsuccessful you leave written threats demanding replacement cake on every door in Hogwarts Correct Incorrect Act nice to everyone, and manage to cleverly wheedle the information out of the culprit… then plot a subtle but deadly revenge Correct Incorrect Say nothing, but slip some baby Flobberworms into the suspect’s pumpkin juice at breakfast the next day Correct Incorrect Moan to yourself and work on a way to keep your food better hidden in future Correct Incorrect 11. Pick a magical steed. Warner Bros. A dragon. Correct Incorrect A dragon. Fluffy. Correct Incorrect Fluffy. A griffin. Correct Incorrect A griffin. A hippogriff. Correct Incorrect A hippogriff. A thestral. Correct Incorrect A thestral. A broomstick — it'll never disobey you. Correct Incorrect A broomstick — it'll never disobey you. 12. You hear that a new subject is to be introduced at Hogwarts! Which do you hope it is? Warner Bros. Healing and Magical Malady Prevention Correct Incorrect Advanced Defence — a closer look at the Dark Arts Correct Incorrect Advanced Defence — a closer look at the Dark Arts Compulsory Choir Correct Incorrect Compulsory Choir Architecture of Magic (including Spell Invention and Structural Magical Physics) Correct Incorrect Architecture of Magic (including Spell Invention and Structural Magical Physics) International Magical Politics (with Ministry of Magic placement) Correct Incorrect International Magical Politics (with Ministry of Magic placement) Magical Classics (including Magic in Ancient Greece and Rome) Correct Incorrect Magical Classics (including Magic in Ancient Greece and Rome) 13. Lastly, as a great, great wizard once brilliantly said, it is not our abilities that make us who we are... it is our choices. So, what would you choose to be while at Hogwarts? Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Warner Bros. Curious and determined Correct Incorrect Curious and determined Patient and self-reliant Correct Incorrect Patient and self-reliant Creative and perceptive Correct Incorrect Creative and perceptive Reliable and righteous Correct Incorrect Reliable and righteous Individual and inquisitive Correct Incorrect Individual and inquisitive Self-confident and resourceful Correct Incorrect Self-confident and resourceful Did you know you can sign up for a BuzzFeed account and create your own Community posts? Get started here!