This personality disorder test is designed to assess if you suffer from any behavioral disorder such as antisocial, borderline to narcissistic or shizotypal. Check more on this subject and even an example result below the form.

Instruction: Please check all of the sentences below that apply to you!

Antisocial Personality Disorder (Section 1 of 10)

Borderline Personality Disorder (Section 2 of 10)

Narcissistic personality disorder (Section 3 of 10)

Histrionic personality disorder (Section 4 of 10)

Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (Section 5 of 10)

Avoidant personality disorder (Section 6 of 10)

Dependent personality disorder (Section 7 of 10)

Schizotypal personality disorder (Section 8 of 10)

Schizoid personality disorder (Section 9 of 10)

Paranoid personality disorder (Section 10 of 10)

Disclaimer: Please note that only a licensed medical professional has the authority to officially diagnose a Personality Disorder. This test should NOT be considered a substitute for any professional mental health service.

How does the personality disorder test work?

This is a personality assessment that you can use as a general mental disorder test to help you discover if you might suffer from any symptoms and signs. The personality disorder test focuses on the most important mental illnesses, from antisocial, borderline and narcissistic to obsessive compulsive, avoidant or paranoid disorder.

The test comprises of 10 sections, containing 80 short personality disorder statements that try to assess the signs you might experience. Once the statements are chosen, by simply pressing the “Get Results!” the assessment will count how many of the symptoms of mental disorder were chosen then it will sum their significance in order to display an overall percentage. Please remember that the above test should NOT be considered as a substitute for any professional medical/mental health service.

Example result

Overall presence of personality disorder symptoms: 35.00%

Presence of antisocial personality disorder related symptoms: 25.00%

... of borderline personality disorder related symptoms: 37.50%

... of narcissistic personality disorder related symptoms: 37.50%

... of histrionic personality disorder related symptoms: 12.50%

... of obsessive-compulsive personality disorder related symptoms: 25.00%

... of avoidant personality disorder related symptoms: 37.50%

... of dependent personality disorder related symptoms: 50.00%

... of schizotypal personality disorder related symptoms: 37.50%

... of schizoid personality disorder related symptoms: 37.50%

... of paranoid personality disorder related symptoms: 50.00%


0 - 13% - No significant symptoms of the disorder.

14 - 38% - Mild presence of personality disorder symptoms.

39 - 63% - Moderate presence of said disorder symptoms.

64 - 82% - Moderate to high personality disorder symptoms.

83 - 100% - Severe presence of disorder symptoms.

Mental illnesses

In the following table you will find the eight mental disorders that the above test focuses on, each of them being followed by some characteristic and the main symptoms.

Disorder Characteristics & symptoms
Antisocial personality Intense stress in front of different social situations or being around people.
Difficulty interacting with others, low self esteem, avoidance, harming or risk seeking behavior
Borderline personality Impulsivity and instability of affects, interpersonal relationships, and self image.
Fear of rejection, low self confidence, substance abuse, hallucinations, psychotic episodes, aggressiveness
Narcissistic personality An exaggerated feeling of self-importance, by an excessive care for power, superiority, prestige, admiration.
Selfishness, manipulative behavior, attention seeking
Histrionic personality Attention-seeking, inappropriate or seductive behavior in relation to others, extreme need for reassurance, high concern on physical appearance and lack of empathy for others
Obsessive-compulsive  A type of anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts that cause people feelings of fear, apprehension or worry.
Obsessive thoughts or thinking patterns, depression and developing compulsions to cope
Avoidant personality  Social isolation and inhibition, avoidance of social contacts and hypersensitivity to criticism, disapproval or rejection.
Dependent personality  Innate need to be cared and provided for, need for attention and support, clinging to other persons, trying to live through the lives of those around.
Schizotypal personality  Social withdrawal, isolation, difficulty to distinguish between what is real and unreal, difficulty managing feelings and emotions, thinking clearly or by thinking negatively even when it is not the case.
Schizoid personality  Lack of interest in social contacts and relationships, detachment, a tendency towards isolation, lack of empathy and emotional coldness, secretiveness and in some cases internal fantasy world.
Paranoid personality  Patterns of distrust and suspiciousness for no apparent reason, deceit, exploitation or harmful behavior.
Worrying at the thought of all kinds of scenarios, preoccupied, doubtful

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