There are a million reasons to love the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, including the ever helpful sorting system it bought into our muggle lives. Taking on the role of the Sorting Hat and placing ourselves into our own Hogwarts House (or taking the official Pottermore test) has become a right of passage but sorting others into theirs is almost more fun. Sure, we could simply ask someone their star sign or personality type, but for some reason it’s often much more appealing to determine whether a person values the virtues of courage, bravery and determination (Gryffindor), values hard work, patience, loyalty, and fair play (Hufflepuff), is proud, ambitious and cunning (Slytherin) or prizes wit, learning, and wisdom (Ravenclaw).
With that being said, there are only so many times you can put yourself through taking the Pottermore test, holding your breath that your house hasn’t changed and it doesn’t take long to run out of friends and family to force a Hogwarts house upon. So, clearly the next best thing is to sort your favourite YA characters into a Hogwarts house instead… right?