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Banished Scholar

You scored 22 privilegedbirth, 45 scholarliness, 35 ruthlessness, and 46 outspokenness!

You're lucky to be banished! Most guys like you end up with their entrails on the front steps. You rose from your lowly birth with learning, but you forgot to keep your mouth shut. Nobody likes a party pooper, and pointing out the foibles of Roman society did not earn you that nice cushy position tutoring the Senator's feeble-minded offspring. It is suggested that you never set foot in Rome again, but I hear things are much milder and more tolerant down in Judea, so maybe make your way over there. Cheers!

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • privilegedbirth Distribution

    They scored 22% on privilegedbirth, higher than 44% of your peers.

  • scholarliness Distribution

    They scored 45% on scholarliness, higher than 69% of your peers.

  • ruthlessness Distribution

    They scored 35% on ruthlessness, higher than 62% of your peers.

  • outspokenness Distribution

    They scored 46% on outspokenness, higher than 92% of your peers.

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