Professor Flitwick, What was the Charm Fred and George Weasley used to create a swamp in the hallway when they made their exit? I know you kept part of it because you thought it was a great piece of Charmwork. Is it still there though, after the Battle of Hogwarts? And have you kept any of the fireworks they used? Do you happen to know the Charm for making those? Thank you for your reply, a Ginger Gryffindor
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What does it take to be a Ravenclaw? The sorting hat described Ravenclaw students as intelligent people who are eager to learn. What happens if you only fit part of the description? For instance you are eager to learn and understand the importance of education but you don’t share the extreme intelligence that other Ravenclaws have. Is Ravenclaw a place where students are eager to learn and take school seriously or is it a place where intelligent and sharp minded people study?
My name is Rose, and I was placed in Ravenclaw on Pottermore. I love the house, and I am glad to be here, but I am curious as to why I was sorted into Ravenclaw. To tell you a bit about myself, I am 16 years old, and a strong student. My hobbies include juggling, listening to music, writing stories, and reading about history. I suppose I second guess Ravenclaw because my test taking ability is not always up to par. I am excellent with exams in class that I study for, but I am not nearly as successful on standardized achievement exams; I have ADHD you see. I would like to stop second guessing myself, and I am hoping that your answer will help me. Thank you for your help! See you in class!
OOH! Professor Flitwick, I an very happy to say that I was placed into the house of ravenclaw! I would love to, when I get there of course, to try out for quittich. Please write back saying what spots are open! But, I wouldn’t really like to be a beater though!
See you September first! From,
I thoroughly enjoy your Charms class, and I wish to expand my knowledge on the subject. Can you recommend any extra reading or useful charms not taught in class? I cannot wait to further my knowledge on this subject.
Thank you in advance,
A Studious Ravenclaw