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OCD Test – Two-Minutes, Instant Results

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Written by: Jim Folk.
Medically reviewed by: Marilyn Folk, BScN.
Last updated: July 6, 2019


OCD test quiz online

OCD Test / Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Test

OCD is described as having obsessive and/or compulsive behaviors (thoughts, emotions, feelings, actions, etc.) that seem very difficult to seemingly impossible to control. Examples of OCD behavior include counting objects, touching objects, repeatedly washing hands, saying certain things while doing certain actions, repeatedly organizing things until their organization “feels” just right, and so on.

OCD is classified as an anxiety disorder when the obsessions and/or compulsions interfere with a normal lifestyle.

Are you obsessive compulsive? Do you have OCD tendencies?

Take this short 10 question OCD test to see if your behavior could be classified in the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder category, and if so, to what degree.

Go through each question and answer it according to how you truly feel. Keep in mind that all questions have a preselected answer. Be sure to make the necessary changes on each question.

Once you are finished, click the "See Results" button to go to the next page for your test results.

OCD Test

1. Do you live your life based on your feelings and emotions?
I go by my feelings and emotions all the time
I go by my feelings and emotions a lot
I go by my feelings and emotions sometimes
I hardly ever live my life based on my feelings and emotions
I never let my feelings and emotions run my life
 
2. Do you have difficulty self-soothing (making yourself feel safe on the inside)?
No, I can make myself feel safe anytime
Yes, but not often
Yes, I sometimes have a hard time making myself feel safe
Yes, I often have a hard time making myself feel safe
Yes, I can never make myself feel safe
 
3. Do you prefer that things are meticulously organized, and then feel unsafe or uneasy when they aren’t?
Yes, absolutely all the time
Yes, often
Yes, sometimes
Yes, but not often
No, never
 
4. Do you have a hard time controlling your worry?
Yes, absolutely
Yes, often
Yes, sometimes
Yes, but not often
No, not at all
 
5. Do you do things over and over again until you feel everything is going to be ok?
Yes, absolutely
Yes, for the most part
Yes, somewhat
Yes, but not often
No, not at all
 
6. Do you worry about harm coming to yourself or loved ones?
Yes, all the time
Yes, often
Yes, sometimes
Yes, but not often
No, not at all
 
7. Do you feel compelled to do certain tasks or behaviors over and over again so that something bad doesn’t happen?
No, not at all
Yes, but not often
Yes, sometimes
Yes, often
Yes, all the time
 
8. When you feel stressed or anxious, do you find yourself counting, organizing, or touching things until you feel better?
No, not at all
Yes, but not often
Yes, sometimes
Yes, often
Yes, all the time
 
9. Do you have thoughts or things you worry about over and over again?
Yes, all the time
Yes, often
Yes, sometimes
Yes, but not often
No, never
 
10. Do you get unwanted thoughts that you have a hard time getting rid of or ignoring?
No, not at all
Yes, but not often
Yes, sometimes
Yes, often
Yes, all the time
 
Be sure you've answered every question according to how you truly feel. When you are finished, click on the "See Results" button to see your results.
 
 
 
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