I really dislike those online quizzes that try to categorize you as an "Extravert" or an "Introvert." Most of the time, I have a difficult time answering several of the questions because, well, many of my answers tend to be "sometimes yes, sometimes no."

So, what am I then? Some quizzes claim I'm an extrovert, but others are sure I'm in introvert. Well, there's something in-between that too many people seem to forget about: ambiverts.

Yes, we exist--and here are some signs you might be one too as told by Glee.

1. If you ask me if I want to do something on Friday night, there's a 50% chance I'll be insanely excited, there's a 50% chance I may just want to stay in and sleep.

2. My close friends think I'm quite outgoing, but people I don't know as well would classify me as decently quiet.

3. I like being busy, but also having a balance of moving around and calmness. Too much stationary activity and I'm suddenly uninterested.

4. In terms of academics, sometimes I would much prefer doing a project on my own, but sometimes, it's nice to have a group to work with.

5. I don't mind being the center of attention every once in a while, but it makes me uncomfortable pretty quickly.

6. Sometimes, I need to be alone for a bit and collect my thoughts...but after a few minutes, I'm ready to jump back into talking with my friends.

7. I get the best of both worlds of being an introvert and an extrovert.

See? Being an ambivert is a pretty good thing to be.