- The House test can only be taken once on Pottermore, but you can find the sorting hat questions elsewhere and take as many tests as you want.
This is a question that Potterheads have been asking for years. It’s possible to retake the Pottermore Sorting test, but it will cost you some Sickles! Let’s take a look at why this can be done and how you might want to do it if you’re interested in doing so. There are two ways in which Pottermore lets users retake tests – either by going through the normal process of registering an account with Pottermore as we’ve discussed above or by using your Facebook profile. The latter option means you won’t need to spend any money on re-registering, since all accounts created via Facebook use their own email address anyway (assuming they don’t already exist). But let’s say that one of the Pottermore email addresses you have in your Gmail account has been closed – for whatever reason. You’ll still want to use a Pottermore login that is active, so if this account isn’t an option either then you might need to try getting it reactivated somehow.
This blog post goes into more detail about the two ways Pottermore lets users retake tests and why Potterheads are asking whether or not they can do this again on Pottermore.
“Potterhead: A fan of Harry Potter who also often enjoys other fantasy works.”
A term used by people to describe themselves as fans of something from their childhood years such as “Harry Potter”. As we all know, there’s no better feeling than being able to walk through.
Unfortunately, you can’t change your house. If you really feel like it’s wrong, go ahead and make a new account and take the test again.
Once you’ve found your Patronus, you can’t retake the quiz and have a ghostly animal produced as protector.
Pottermore fans can now find out their Patronus, an animal who is spiritual power for different witches and wizards.
The quiz can be very accurate over time: I have a friend who is clearly Slytherpuff, but over the course of a quiz she won’t get many Hatstalls – though on any given one, she’s close to 50/50 Slytherin and Hufflepuff.