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If you wonder sometimes “am I a sociopath?” and try find out how to know whether you are a sociopath, take this sociopathic personality test. The Sociopath self-test is a free online quiz to check for this specific personality disturbance. 


Instructions: Please read the statements listed below. Answer each item that you believe accurately describes your condition or the extent to which you agree or disagree with the statements  

1. Which of the following statements more accurately describes your social life in Middle/High School?

2. Have you ever committed a felony or gross misdemeanor?

3. Social rules are established for cowards, weak and stupid people to obey those who are strong and brave enough to rule the world

4. Laws mainly exist to control people, not to protect or serve them

5. If I want something, I’m ready to do anything to get it

6. If people have no guts to break the rules for getting what they what, they deserve their fate as losers

7. I rely on my gut feeling to make decisions

8. I find myself thinking about my future

9. When anyone provokes me, I get into a fight

10. I need to sense danger to feel I'm living life to the fullest

11. I regret making mistakes

12. I feel remorse when I’m wrong

13. I don’t recognize anyone’s authority over me

14. Responsibilities towards others determine my actions

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The online Sociopath Test is based on the diagnostic criteria of Antisocial Personality Disorder.
Being a sociopath or sociopathy is a traditional definition associated with a behavioral disorder, which is called, in medical diagnostic terms, antisocial personality disorder. A sociopath person develops the certain character traits and behavioral patterns in childhood or early adolescence, and these fitches continue into adulthood. If your test indicates a high level of sociopathic traits, please consult with a licensed mental health specialist for further evaluation and possible therapy. The self-test is not deigned to make a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder, but according the results it provides you advice on further actions.
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