To take the quiz, choose the best answer to each question. Write down the letter of the answer you pick for each question, or simply keep a running tally of how many of each letter you pick. After the last question, count the letters and see which you chose most often. Check the answers to see which of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express characters you have the most in common with! Be sure to share your result with us in the comments! Check out our other personality quizzes here.
1. Which gem matches your personality?
2. Which animal would you like as a pet?
b.) large dog
c.) small dog
3. What color describes your personality?
4. What type of story do you most like?
5. What profession would you be good at?
a.) museum director
d.) nonprofit worker
6. What subject would you most like to study?
7. Where would you like to spend an afternoon?
a.) a garden
c.) art museum
d.) a park
8. What genre of music matches your personality?
9. How would your friends describe you?
10. Which board game would you be best at?
d.) Chinese Checkers
A governess, Ms. Debenham strives to act as properly as befits her position. She is well-educated and has a soft heart, but she can be a bit reticent with people she does not know well. She is also sometimes more straightforward than others might expect.
A gregarious American lady, Mrs. Hubbard is always eager to talk about her husband’s work as a teacher, as well as the virtues of her daughter and grandchildren. In fact, she is fond of talking in general, though she tends to give things straight and stand behind her opinions. She is eager to be of help to others, as well.
A dignified lady, Princess Dragomiroff is always courteous, yet well aware of her own high social status and power. Though physically a bit frail, her energy and intelligence are easily recognized by others. She can be extremely practical when necessary.
Greta is a nurse and matron at a missionary school near Stamboul. She is well-liked by the other passengers on the train, considered to be incredibly kind and amiable, if sometimes reserved. She is extremely upset by any violence and evil in the world.