1. We all know that looks aren’t important, but they still count for something… What does your ideal man look like?
a) Bearded with twinkling blue eyes.
b) You don’t care too much about looks.
c) Big and blonde.
d) Tall, broad and pleasant.
e) Slim and dark.
2. But he’s not the only one who’s important. What kind of person are you?
a) Fairly similar to him, though not in every particular.
b) Eager and lively, with appealing looks.
c) Intelligent, womanly and full of common sense.
d) A child at heart.
e) Passionate, loving and a bit of a dreamer.
3. What kind of job would he have?
a) Something solitary and outdoorsy, perhaps working with animals.
b) A doctor.
c) Very important in his own area of expertise.
d) Something interesting and adventurous
e) He’s an artist to his fingertips, utterly devoted to what he does best.
4. How many children would you like to have?
a) I haven’t even thought about it!
b) Just one or two, most likely – certainly not too many.
c) I like a large family but not too enormous.
d) The more the merrier!
e) One’s plenty for me, thanks.
5. And how much time would you spend with your husband?
a) I’d like to work with him.
b) What do you mean? The average amount, I should think!
c) I don’t mind him working long hours, though I’d rather he spent more time with me.
d) I’d really rather spend a lot of time with my friends.
e) I’ll see him any time I want to! Except when I’m working, of course.
a) Gentle and caring.
b) Very kind, but also heroic.
c) He’s a man and he knows what he wants!
d) Awfully jolly and a frightfully good sort.
e) Eccentric and a bit obsessive, but adores you.
7. Finally, what would you say should be his outstanding quality?
How did you score?
Mostly As: Kester Bellever (Elinor Brent-Dyer’s Chalet School). Congratulations on your excellent taste! Kester is kind and considerate, and a highly intelligent man with whom you’ll never find yourself bored.
Mostly Bs: Peter Gilmour (Dorita Fairlie-Bruce’s Dimsie). You’ll be very happy with Peter. He may not have the best looks in the world, but he more than makes up for that with his caring ways and heroic nature.
Mostly Cs: Jem Russell (Elinor Brent-Dyer’s Chalet School). You’re the kind of person who wants to be with a real man who knows his own mind and isn’t afraid to go his own way in life. He’ll be verysuccessful and an excellent husband.
Mostly Ds: Kenneth Marchwood (Elsie Oxenham’s Abbey Girls). You might not spend as much time with Ken as you’d like, but when you do he’s not only your husband but your best friend. You will have a long and very jolly life with him.
Mostly Es: Sebastian Scott (Lorna Hill’s Sadler’s Wells). Life will never be dull with Sebastian! He’s eccentric and sometimes unforgiving, but he loves you with all of his passionate heart, and that will make you feel like the happiest woman alive.