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    Default Introversion vs. Social Anxiety ---- Quiz

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    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who doesn’t socialize very often. You likely have a limited social network, and possibly aren’t really interested in extending it beyond a few close and intimate friendships. Having an active social life doesn’t appear to be an important thing to you. Chances are that when the opportunity arises to socialize among a large group of people, you’ll most likely turn it down if possible. This doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t enjoy socializing or being around people. Rather, you tend to prefer spending time with smaller groups of friends. Individuals who score similarly to you typically aren’t conversation-starters, especially with people they aren’t familiar with. In addition, they aren’t known to be exceptionally outgoing, unless among close friends.



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    Your Score: 17 out of a possible 68.

    Your score is not typical of a person suffering from social anxiety disorder.

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    Sociability 34
    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who doesn’t socialize often. You likely have a limited social network, and possibly aren’t really interested in extending it beyond a few close and intimate friendships. Having an active social life apparently isn’t the most important thing to you. Chances are that when the opportunity arises to socialize among a large group of people, you’ll likely turn it down if possible. This doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t enjoy socializing or being around people. Rather, you generally prefer spending time with smaller groups of friends. Individuals who score similarly to you typically aren’t conversation-starters, especially with people they aren’t familiar with. In addition, they aren’t known to be exceptionally outgoing, unless among close friends.

    Your Score: 18 out of a possible 68.

    Your score is not typical of a person suffering from social anxiety disorder. However, if your participation in this self test is due to concerns you may have about your overall well-being, we strongly encourage you to make an appointment with a qualified healthcare provider to discuss your feelings.
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    Extroversion: 23 out of 100
    Anxiety: 38 out of 68 [this would have been higher a few years ago]
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    Extraversion : 36 out of 100
    Social Anxiety: 53 out of 68
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    I dunno, I don't think I can take this test without being accurate, since I've never gone to parties outside of family birthdays and so forth. With most of the extroversion questions, I usually have to imagine myself in the situation, but I don't know if I really am introverted or that my mind is telling me that I am.

    When I go out in public surrounded by acquaintances, I'm usually the one doing the talking. In public, no one ever seems to get the hint that I'm shy, so I dunno.

    Although I did score 50 out of 68 on Social Anxiety...and I'm already on 30 mg of Paxil.

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    Your [Social anxiety] Score: 51 out of a possible 68.

    I don't feel like retaking the introversion test, I always test as slight-to-moderately introverted (probably around 40 on that test).

    Not terribly surprising.

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    According to your results you appear to be the type of person who enjoys socializing often, especially with large groups of people. You likely have an extensive social network, and rarely pass up the opportunity to expand it even further. Having an active social life appears fairly important to you, so chances are that when the opportunity to go out with “the gang” arises, you’ll seldom turn it down. Individuals who score similarly to you enjoy interacting with a variety of people, regardless if they’re friends or strangers. They are extremely people-oriented, are often described as the “life of the party” and tend to be exceptionally outgoing.


    This test makes me sound like a chatter box or something !

    I got 14 out of 68 on the social anxiety test.
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    Social Anxiety Disorder Self Test Results
    Your Score: 10 out of a possible 68.

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    Really.

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    16 out of 100 on the extroversion test, 7 out of 68 on the anxiety test. I probably would have been a bit higher on each two years ago. After joining the debate team and speaking in front of a few people weekly, I don't feel nervous at all in front of people. I still get exhausted by them, however. After a debate tournament I collaspe and am useless for the rest of the day.
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    Got 24 and 7, respectively.
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