Priority Test – Relational Psychology Test

 November 26, 2015

Priority Test - Relational Psychology Test

We often get in situations when we take decisions without a second thought and this is the right moment to find out what they mean.

What would you do first if you were in a situation where:

The baby is crying.
The clothes are hanging outside and it has started to rain.
The water is running from the tap.
The doorbell is ringing.

The phone is ringing.

Think about what you will do first, then second and so on.

Scroll down to see the explanation.

Each action reflects the priorities that you have set in your life.

For example if the first thing that you did was to answer the phone then your biggest priority in life would be your career and job. Similarly if the fourth thing that you did was to attend to the baby then your fourth priority would be your family.

Take a look at the following table to see which priority corresponds to which action.

Action Priority

Attend to the baby


Pick up the clothes


Switch the tap off


See who is at the door

Friends and relatives

Answer the phone

Career and job

How accurate were your results? Join in the discussion below.

6 comments on “Priority Test – Relational Psychology Test

  1. I would pick up the baby, shut the tap (more because of the environment than beause of wealth), then answer the door.
    The phone should have a voicemail – can wait.
    The clothes, shall wait for the sun to come out again.
    Family, Earth, Family.

    • Lol, I have 3 kid, my youngest being 16. My first instinct would be to turn the water off so I’m not needlessly wasting money down the drain so my child doesn’t go without, get the laundry so I don’t have to do it again latter therefore saving myself valuable energy I could otherwise give to my child, and thirdly attend to the baby. Babies cry, that’s what they do. It’s not going to destroy a babies sense of self worth & security if they cry for a few minutes in a situation as described here.

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