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Take this online Self-Esteem Test to measure your overall subjective emotional perception of your own value and attitude toward yourself.

SELF-ESTEEM TEST

Instructions:  Answer each item that you believe accurately describes your condition or indicates the extent to which you agree or disagree with the statement.

1. I certainly know what my values and principles are

2. I’m ready to defend principles

3. Despite having a certain outlook on life, I would be confident in modifying it in light of new experience

4. I trust my own judgment

5. I feel irritated when other people don’t agree with my opinion

6. My decisions and actions are based on my own conclusions about what is the best choice for me

7. Memories of my past mistakes upset me

8. I learn from my bad experiences to avoid making the same mistakes in the future

9. I mostly live in the present, not worrying much about what happened in the past or what will happen in the future

10. I feel confident about my future

11. I believe that I have the capacity to solve my problems on my own

12. I feel hesitant to make decisions in difficult circumstances

13. My past failures hold me back in trying again

14. When other people ask me a favour, it’s difficult for me to say “no” even if I think It’s right to turn down their requests

15. I feel upset when I see other people getting something that they don’t deserve

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Self-esteem is essential to maintain one’s mental wellbeing and personal integrity. Low self-esteem is often linked to many mental disorders, most commonly depression and anxiety disorders such as social phobia. If your test results indicate that you have low self-esteem, you will need further testing and evaluation to clarify your condition. Online self-tests provide only preliminary assessment.