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Happiness: How Satisfied Are You With your Life?

Take this 5 question quiz to get a cursory look into your life satisfaction.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    1.) I am constantly surrounded by people that both love and care for me.
    • A.
      Strongly Agree
      (7 points)
    • B.
      Agree
      (5 points)
    • C.
      Neither Agree nor Disagree
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Disagree
      (2 points)
    • E.
      Strongly Disagree
      (1 points)
  • 2.
    2.) I would not change anything about my work life. 
    • A.
      Strongly Agree
      (7 points)
    • B.
      Agree
      (5 points)
    • C.
      Neither Agree nor Disagree
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Disagree
      (2 points)
    • E.
      Strongly Disagree
      (1 points)
  • 3.
    3.) If I died tomorrow, I would have no regrets. 
    • A.
      Strongly Agree
      (7 points)
    • B.
      Agree
      (5 points)
    • C.
      Neither Agree nor Disagree
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Disagree
      (2 points)
    • E.
      Strongly Disagree
      (1 points)
  • 4.
    4.) I am fulfilled with my current relationship (single or with a partner) and would not change it. 
    • A.
      Strongly Agree
      (7 points)
    • B.
      Agree
      (5 points)
    • C.
      Neither Agree nor Disagree
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Disagree
      (2 points)
    • E.
      Strongly Disagree
      (1 points)
  • 5.
    5.) In general, I would not change anything about my life.  
    • A.
      Strongly Agree
      (7 points)
    • B.
      Agree
      (5 points)
    • C.
      Neither Agree nor Disagree
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Disagree
      (2 points)
    • E.
      Strongly Disagree
      (1 points)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    0 to 7 points:
    Highly Unsatisfied
    Highly unsatisfied people are often very unhappy with their present life. Sometimes this results from the death of a spouse or a job loss. Other times it’s caused by a recurring problem like substance abuse. Extreme unhappiness can also result from losing someone you love. It frequently transpires when unhappiness prevails in many life areas. Regardless of the cause, help from a close friend, family member, counselor, psychologist, or someone else may be required. A change in the person is needed for long-standing unhappiness. There are always people who can help.
  • 2.
    8 to 14 points:
    Below Average Satisfaction
    Those with this score either have many little consequential problems that affect many life areas, or they have one major problem area. A drop to this level caused by a recent occurrence typically improves with time and creates increased satisfaction. If chronic dissatisfaction in several life areas exists, however, changes might be necessary. Occasionally the person’s expectations are too high. Therefore, reflection is required when the dissatisfaction level is chronic in several life areas. Certain people are motivated when the dissatisfaction is low, but dissatisfaction in several life areas is usually distracting and displeasing.
  • 3.
    15 to 21 points:
    Average Satisfaction
    Nations economically developed average this score. Most people are usually happy but would like to see improvement. Some get this score because they are happy with most of their life areas but think improvements should be made in all. Others score at this level because they’re happy with most of their life areas but would like to see one or two improved. Normal is the person at this level because they’re life areas require improvement, but someone in this range often wishes to advance to a higher level by changing their life.
  • 4.
    22 to 28 points:
    Above Average Satisfaction
    People at this level are happy with their life and feel things are good. They believe all in their life is predominantly favorable, even though their life is imperfect. Although this person is happy, it doesn’t mean this individual is proud. Development and challenge could be the cause of satisfaction. The majority of people in this high level think life is joyful, and main life domains such as school, family, companions, and other domains are running smoothly. They may feel motivated by the areas they are unsatisfied with.
  • 5.
    29 to 35 points:
    Extremely Satisfied
    People who score at this level like life very much, and they believe everything is fine. Though their lives are imperfect, they feel life couldn’t be better, and although this person is very happy, it doesn’t mean he or she is totally content. Personal growth and development may be why this person feels happy. Life is enjoyed by the majority of the people in this score level, and their main life domains are doing fine. These domains include work, school, family, companions, development on a personal level, and others.