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Take this Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Test to check yourself for OCD. It’s a brief screening scale, which takes 2 minutes on average to complete. This OCD test, like Yale-Brown obsessive compulsive scale, is designed to measure intensity of your obsessions and compulsive rituals. If you have already been diagnosed with OCD, use the scale to monitor your condition.
OCD TEST
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Screening Test
This Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Screening Test is a screening scale to identify a probable instance of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). If your test results indicated that you might have OCD, please consult with a qualified mental healthcare professional.
If you have already been diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder and are undergoing treatment, use OCD test once a week to monitor your condition and effectiveness of the treatment.

Please answer the questions below and choose the answers, which are the closest to your condition over the last two weeks

Gender: Age:  
1. Do you have repeated and unpleasant thoughts or images such as:
1.1 Being contaminated

1.2 Losing control

1.3 Harming yourself or others

1.4 Worries that something terrible is going to happen

1.5 Disgusting sexual acts

1.6 Offending God

2. Are these unpleasant thoughts or images popping up from your daily real-life problems?



3. How disturbing are these unpleasant thoughts or images to you?



4. How much time is your mind occupied by these unpleasant thoughts or images?



5. Do these unpleasant thoughts or images interfere with your work or social activities?



6. How much time do you spend trying to suppress these unpleasant thoughts or images?




7. Do you use repetitive behaviors such as washing or checking or mental acts such as counting or praying to suppress these unpleasant thoughts or images?




8. How strong is the urge to do these repetitive behaviors or mental acts?



9. Do these repetitive behaviors or mental acts interfere with your work or social activities?





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