Mostly A's: Nefertiti (18th Dynasty c.1336 BC)
You're beautiful, and you know it. You're a firm believer that clothes make the man, so you have no qualms about dressing like one in order to gain some power. Historians questions whether or not you actually ruled, but you just laugh your pretty little mummified head off.
Mostly B's: Cleopatra (c 51 BC)
You may be living under the stifling rules of patriarchy, but you know how to bend them to get your way. Even if that means (gag) marrying your brother. You'll do anything to get your way, and if you can't ... well, out come the snakes.
Mostly C's: Merneith (1st Dynasty c.3000 BC)
Poor you. You're one of the earliest pharaohs and the least remembered. What we do know about you is all associated with death. You were obsessed with it. Egypt is scattered with your many funerary monuments. Okay, girl, we get it.
Mostly D's: Hatshepsut (18th Dynasty c.1473-1458 BC)
You are the pharaoh all --both men and women-- aspire to be. You were one of the best things to ever happen to Egypt. You rocked a fake beard just to be taken seriously, and it paid off. Sure, you have your share of haters (IE: the bastards who tried to erase you from history), but they're just a funny little footnote on your epic ass.