There are only three options for each question. In some cases none of them will describe how you react to the given situation. Pick the one that most closely approximates your reaction to the scenario.
Oh and this isn't in the test, but if you get pissed off because the answers aren't the way you would like them to be, subtract two points for each answer that affects you like that when you do your final score in the last question. Subtract one point each for every answer that, while not pissing you off necessarily, might have made you want to leave a comment about how it doesn't fairly cover how you would react. (Okay, that's not really part of the exercise, but it might point out whether you need to chill more or not.)
There's a scoring system in the last question, so answer all questions if you want to see where you fit.
When someone has more than the posted number of items in the express lane at the supermarket, I
The cable goes out in the middle of a long-awaited show. I
After purchasing food at the drive-through window, I realize my order is wrong. I
Someone is talking in the movie theater. I
When I lose change in a vending machine I
In a crowded parking lot I notice that someone has parked in two spaces. I
One morning the paper is late. I
At a restaurant, I notice that people seated after me receive their meals first. i
A person makes an illegal left-hand turn in front of me. I
Only one window is open at the bank and a large line is forming. i
Review your answers for the previous 10 questions. Give yourself 1 point for every first option you chose, 2 points for every second and 3 points for every third. What is your score?