Instructions: The Rice Purity Test (RPT-100) is a 100-item self-assessment questionnaire that originated at Rice University in Houston, Texas. The Rice Purity Test measures the level of innocence, where 0% represents the highest level of impurity and 100% represents the highest level of purity.
The Rice Purity Test was designed and developed by a group of students at Rice University, but the exact origins and names of the students involved in its creation are not known or publicly disclosed. Drdeenz is not associated with Rice University or any other research conducted on the Rice Purity Test.
The Rice Purity Test gained popularity among college students, and various versions and adaptations of the test emerged. Before publishing and designing the structure and scoring of the responses, we took all possible steps to ensure that the self-test remains as close to the original as possible, without any major adaptations. However, we cannot claim that our version of the test is the exact original copy designed at the university.
The test includes adult-oriented questions and is mostly taken by college students, so due to the nature of the content, only individuals over the age of 18 should take it.
The self-assessment is not an accurate psychological assessment or a scientifically proven way to measure the purity or impurity of an individual. It is solely intended to be a lighthearted questionnaire and not to be taken seriously. The test is suitable for college students or younger individuals, and If you are going to take the test, then ensure that you are comfortable with the nature of the questions.
The test is for fun use but can also prove to be a good tool for self-reflection. The test score should not be taken too seriously, and as we all know, every individual has their own life experiences and daily habits. So, the high score does not always mean that the individual who took the test is the purest person on the planet, and a low score does not necessarily mean that the individual is the worst person on the planet.
Drdeenz does not provide any assistance with the self-assessments, which are not developed by Deen Mohd. As we have already mentioned earlier, the Rice Purity Test is not a psychological assessment and does not provide an accurate way to evaluate your personality.