Psychological Self-Tests and Quizzes

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Fun and educational, psychological self-tests may help increase your awareness of particular experiences or forms of psychological distress.

Please note that psychological self-tests and quizzes administered via a website and without further interaction with a mental health professional should not be used as tools for diagnosing any type of health or mental health condition.

The answers which you provide in the course of taking a self-test or quiz will not be collected by this server and will not be shared. Be sure to see the article “Psychological Self-Tests and Your Privacy” as well as “Site Privacy Policy”.

Psychological Self-Tests and Your Privacy

Did you know that most psychological testing providers on the web collect test information about you for ‘research purposes’? By contrast, we guarantee that your quiz answers will only be processed by your own web browser and will never be transmitted to our server. We therefore do not retain any individual information about your test answers. This page explains both how our tests work, and some simple things you can check before taking tests on any site.

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