These four muggles took the sorting hat quiz on Pottermore to see what house they would end up in at Hogwarts. Taking an online quiz on a laptop is only slightly less magical than having a sentient hat that reads your mind when placed upon your head.

For those who did not receive their much anticipated Hogwarts acceptance letter when they were 11-years-old, J.K. Rowling's interactive website Pottermore allows you to take a really long, in depth quiz in order to find out what Hogwarts house you most belong in. Rupert Grint, ​Bonnie Wright, Matthew Lewis, Evanna Lynch (Ron Weasley, Ginny Weasley, Neville Longbottom, and Luna Lovegood, respectively), are among the few who muggles who, in a way, actually got to go to Hogwarts. And yet 75% of them got sorted into houses different than the ones their characters did in the films.

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If you put on an old witch hat from a Halloween costume and squint your eyes really hard, you can almost convince yourself that you are in the great hall being sorted and not on your computer pretending like a nerd. Just make sure you're doing that in your own home and not at a Starbucks or something, you weirdo.