Your result: Welcome to Ravenclaw!
As far as you're concerned, your mind is your greatest asset, and you like to keep it as active as possible, as often as possible. This can sometimes mean that life passes you by a bit, as you're too busy investigating something that has caught your attention or burying your nose in a book when there are real situations that require you attention. That said, when you are in the room and all your synapses are firing at once, you're sharp, informed and quick to think of ingenious solutions to any problem. It would be an idea to maybe fraternize with people from other houses, from time to time. A nice friendly Hufflepuff might help you see the value in pleasant human interaction, or maybe a Gryffindor to take you off adventuring, rather than settling down for another night with a heavy book. They're a little afraid of your sharp wit, but admire your intellect deeply. Just keep clear of those Slytherins if you don't want to find yourself being taken advantage of.
i'm in ravenclaw
Ravenclaw House prizes learning, wisdom, wit, and intellect in its members. Thus, many Ravenclaws tend to be academically motivated and talented students. Ravenclaws also pride themselves in being original in their ideas, and methods. It's not unusual to find Ravenclaw students practising especially different types of magic that other houses might shun. Hermione Granger, an extremely intelligent witch and the top student in her year, was sorted into Gryffindor, though she admitted that the Sorting Hat had seriously considered placing her in Ravenclaw.
Students in Ravenclaw can also be quirky and possess unusual intellectual interests. Ravenclaws usually accept and celebrate these eccentrics.