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… Actually, Beatrice's test results are confusing to Tori. Beatrice panics about the possibility of being factionless. (If you thought living like Beatrice in a house with only one mirror was hard, try living in no house at all.)
But finally Tori tells her that the test was unclear. Instead of telling what faction she should belong to, the test gave three possible answers: Abnegation, Dauntless, and Erudite.
Which means that Beatrice is Divergent, which means she's in the right book. It also means Beatrice gets to leave school early to try to work through her dilemma: what faction to choose?
Tori tells her to keep her Divergence super secret because it's super dangerous. We guess they're not about nonconformity in dystopian Chicago.
On her way home, Beatrice goes through the factionless part of the city, which is sad. (Sure are a lot of factionless around this chapter.)
Beatrice has a slightly alarming experience with a hungry factionless man, who grabs her arm and tells her she isn't so pretty. So, that's a fun end to a weird day.