Schizophrenia Screening Test
This test has been developed by Schiz Life and is meant for insight and entertainment purposes only. If you suspect you may be experiencing the symptoms of schizophrenia or schizophreniform disorder, please consult your local psychologist, psychiatrist, or other medical professional. This is not a diagnostic tool for schizophrenia spectrum illnesses. Do not attempt a self-diagnosis or self-medication. Always seek professional help first! This is not an official online test for schizophrenia, as nothing like that exists. A diagnosis can only be obtained from a professional.
This screening test is free and for everyone to use! This test is designed to help you understand your own level of symptoms that are commonly considered related to schizophrenia in some degree. Each answer has been assigned a numerical value and after completing the quiz, you will be given a score based on the severity of your symptoms. An explanation of your score is found below the quiz. Please choose your answers in relation to your current state or how you’ve felt in the past couple of months. Be honest with yourself. This quiz is absolutely private. No data is collected or saved and it is completely anonymous. The test is not timed, however you may find it useful to choose your initial answer without dwelling too long on each question.
Your total score is:
Now you can read below to interpret your results! But please remember, no real online test for schizophrenia. You must speak in person to a doctor before you will receive any form of diagnosis. This quiz exists simply to help you understand your own thinking and for entertainment purposes. Now to the results!
If you scored a…
0-30 – You show very few symptoms of schizophrenia and are likely not at risk for the development of this illness. But please remain aware of your own internal processes as time continues. The general population has about a 1.1% risk for becoming schizophrenic according to the statistics!
31-55 – You may be experiencing low to moderate symptoms. However, some of your answers could be related to an anxiety condition or simply open-mindedness to the realm of possibilities (such as questions concerning psychic powers and conspiracies). If these believes create problems for you in your life, then you should take heed and be aware of the causes of schizophrenia. You could be at risk.
56-70 – You are experiencing schizophrenic symptoms. Please consult a doctor in regards to your condition. Your symptoms may progress and worsen in time. Your doctor may prescribe you medication and help you set up a treatment plan. Take your family or friends with you so they can learn the basics of your illness.
71-100 – You are experiencing very acute symptoms related to schizophrenia. Please alert a loved one and have them schedule an appointment with a psychologist. It is important that you seek treatment immediately and gain an understanding of the type of schizophrenia you are dealing with. Your doctor will explain to you and your loved ones what your prognosis and path towards recovery will be. Please do not wait or hesitate.
Reiterating the Need for Safety
Please remember that there is no official online diagnostic test for schizophrenia. If you feel you are experiencing symptoms, please consult your doctor. He or she can lead you in the direction you need to go from there. Do not wait. Early intervention can stop your symptoms from further developing and progressing into more severity. Thank you for taking this test!