Sample Test to Test Your Positive Thinking

Mental Health

Test your positive thinking is a simple format developed for self-analysis of your personality, your outlook and the attitude. Please be honest in answering the question and find out How Positive You Are

To find out how positive you are, answer the following questions as honestly as you can using this scoring system:

Answers Points

Always or almost always 5

Usually 4

Sometimes 3

Rarely 2

Never 1

Put your score in the block on the right:

When something unexpected forces you to change your plans, and you are quick to spot a hidden advantage in this new situation? [ ]

Do you like most of the people you meet? [ ]

When you think about next year, do you tend to think that you will be better off than you are now? [ ]

Do you often stop to admire the things of beauty? [ ]

When someone finds fault with you or with something you have done, can you tell the difference between useful criticism and ësour grapes’, which is better ignored? [ ]

Do you praise your spouse / best friend/lover more often than you criticize him or her? [ ]

Do you believe that the human race will survive well into the twenty-first century [ ]

Are you surprised when a friend lets you down? [ ]

Do you think you are happy? [ ]

Do you feel comfortable making yourself the target of your own jokes? [ ]

Do you believe that, overall, your state of mind has had a positive effect on your physical health? []

If you made a list of your 10 favourite people, would the name be there on it too? [ ]

When you think back over the past few months, do you tend to remember your success before your setbacks and failures? [ ]

Total Points [ ]


If the sum of all the scores is:

Above 55: Consider yourself a superstar someone whose optimism is a powerful healing force.

50 ñ 55: Excellent. You are a genuine positive thinker

45 ñ 50: Good. You are a positive thinker, sometimes

40 ñ 45: Fair. Your positive side and your negative side are about evenly matched

Below 40: You tend to be pessimistic. Think of ways to improve your pessimistic approach to life.

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