The following quiz will help determine if your child is a good fit for the group.
*from Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts

There is no right or wrong answer. Just pick "true" or "false" based on which one most often applies to you (or your child).

☐ I prefer spending time with one or two friends instead of a group.
☐ I'd rather express my ideas in writing.
☐ I enjoy being alone.
☐ I prefer deep conversations to small talk.
☐ My friends tell me that I'm a good listener.
☐ I prefer small classes to large ones.
☐ I avoid conflicts.
☐ I don't like showing people my work until it's perfect.
☐ I work best on my own.
☐ I don't like being called on in class.
☐ I feel drained after hanging out with friends, even when I have fun.
☐ I'd rather celebrate my birthday with a few friends, even when I have fun.
☐ I don't mind big independent projects at school.
☐ I spend a lot of time in my room.
☐ I'm usually not a big risk taker.
☐ I can dive into a project, practice a sport or instrument, or engage in something creative for hours at a time, without getting bored.
☐ I tend to think before I speak.
☐ I'd rather text or e-mail than talk on the phone with someone I don't know every well.
☐ I don't feel totally comfortable being the center of attention.
☐ I usually like asking questions more than I like answering them.
☐ People often describe me as soft-spoken or shy.
☐ If I had to choose, I'd prefer a weekend with absolutely nothing to do to one with too many things scheduled.
*This is an informal quiz, not a scientifically validated personality test. The questions were formulated based on characteristics of introversion often accepted by contemporary researchers.

The more often you answered "true," the more introverted you probably are. If you answered false more often, it's likely you're more of an extrovert. If you answered "true" and "false" equally, you're probably an ambivert.