Yes, there are two types of people in the world, the morning birds and the night owls. These differ on the basis of what time of the day their mental and physical activity reaches its peak. While the morning birds live by the saying, “Lose an hour in the morning and you will spend all day looking for it”, the night owls believe that, “Night time is really the best time to work.
All the ideas are there to be yours because everyone else is asleep.” But you might want to reconsider before you dismiss this division as a mere subjective preference, because it runs deeper than that. These different levels of activity are based on physiological, psychological and genetic factors, which is the reason it is important to determine what kind of person you are.Not sure if you’re a morning person you are? Well, take this test to find out.
Answer each of the following questions with ‘day’ or ‘night’.
- I feel most alert during the
- I have the most energy during the
- I prefer to take classes during the
- I prefer to study during the
- I get my best ideas during the
- When I graduate, I plan to find a job during the
- I am most productive during the
- I feel most intelligent during the
- I enjoy leisure time activities most during the
- I prefer to work during the
Well, it’s pretty simple to figure out. If most of your answers were ‘day’, you’re a morning bird. And if most of your answers were ‘night’, you’re a night owl. While most of you might know what kind of person you are, chances are that you’ve been underestimating the kind of hold this has over your success. You might want to keep this in mind while you’re planning your schedule. Failing a class? Try studying that subject only during the late evenings (vice versa for morning birds) and see yourself pass with flying colours.