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Our free online tests and quizzes will help you assess your well-being and determine if you should seek help from a mental health professional. Each test will take not more than 5 minutes to complete. Instant results.

Depression test

Patient Health Questionnaire 9 (PHQ-9)
9 questions
3 min

PHQ-9 is a clinically developed screening tool used to help mental health professionals in screening, diagnosing, monitoring, and measuring the severity of depression. This test can’t replace a clinical diagnosis. You can use it as a self-screening tool to track your moods. If you are worried about your results, consider reaching out to a qualified professional.

Developed by: Drs. R.L. Spitzer, J.B.W. Williams, and K. Kroenke in 1999 with an educational grant from Pfizer Inc.

Anxiety test

Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7 (GAD-7)
7 questions
2 min

(GAD-7) is a seven-item self-report questionnaire that uses some of the DSM-V criteria for GAD (General Anxiety Disorder) to measure worry and anxiety symptoms. It can also be used as a screening tool and severity measure of panic, social anxiety, and PTSD. GAD-7 is designed to assess the patient’s health status during the previous 2 weeks.

Developed by: Drs. Robert L. Spitzer, Janet B.W. Williams, Kurt Kroenke, and colleagues in 2006 with an educational grant from Pfizer Inc.

Relationship test

Relationship Assessment Scale (RAS)
7 questions
2 min

RAS is an instrument used to measure general relationship satisfaction, which is one of the key areas of relationship assessment. The brief test is appropriate for use with anyone who is in an intimate relationship, such as married couples, cohabiting couples, engaged couples, or dating couples.

Developed by: Susan S. Hendrick in 1988

Self-esteem test

Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES)
10 questions
5 min

RSES is a widely used self-report instrument for evaluating individual global self-esteem by measuring both positive and negative feelings about the self. It has received more psychometric analysis and empirical validation than any other self-esteem measure. It is considered a reliable and valid quantitative tool for self-esteem assessment.

Developed by Morris Rosenberg in 1965

Life satisfaction test

Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS)
5 questions
1 min

SWLS is one of the most widely used instruments for measuring the level of life satisfaction as a whole. It’s a very simple, short questionnaire that won’t take up a lot of your time to complete. You’ll have an opportunity to reflect on your life and think about areas you might need to spend more time exploring.

Developed by Ed Diener and colleagues (Diener et al, 1985; Pavot & Diener, 1993)

Mindset quiz

20 questions
6 min

Mindset quiz is based on the work of Dr. Carol Dweck who described mindset as a psychological trait as either fixed or growth. Do you have a growth mindset or a fixed one? Take the mindset quiz to find out more about your own worldview and the assumptions you may hold on to without even realizing it.

Based on the work of Dr. Carol Dweck, Ph.D.

Burnout test

Oldenburg Burnout Inventory (OLDI)
16 questions
5 min

OLDI is a tool used to evaluate burnout severity based on exhaustion and disengagement statements. The inventory has been extensively used in research to measure job and academic burnout, which is related to an increased risk for mental health problems and physical health outcomes.

Developed by: Demerouti & Nachreiner in 1998

Please note:
Online screening tools are not diagnostic instruments. If your results indicate you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental illness, consider sharing your results with a doctor or a licensed therapist who can give you a full assessment.

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