Mental Age Test Questions

1. Being able to travel through time, which era would you like to experience?
2. Complete the sentence: work…
3. You never know what to expect from life. Do you agree?
4. Do you consume illegal substances?
5. If you could choose an alternative life, who would you like to be?
6. Do you follow the news (on TV)?
7. Where would you rather go on vacation?
8. Do you ever drink alcohol at lunch and dinner (wine, beer, etc.)?
9. What do you watch most on TV and through the Internet?
(you can choose up to 3 answers)
10. Is it better to have a short but intense life, or a long and peaceful one?
11. Young people only care about having a good time. How do you see it?
12. Karl Marx was:
13. Do you enjoy reading books?
14. Do you have real friends? How many are they?
15. Sooner or later the chickens are coming home to roost. Do you agree?
16. Here is a list of items of various kinds. If you were forced to give up 3 of them FOREVER, which ones would you sacrifice?
17. How wonderful to have a nice nap after lunch! How do you see it?
18. Do you like to keep late hours?
19. Here is a series of sports activities: which one inspires you the most?
20. Health is the most valuable asset there is. Do you agree?
21. Imagine yourself in a world where everyone lives exactly 100 years, with the option of giving up years of life in exchange for greater happiness. Choose what to do:
22. When texting, do you ever misspell words on purpose and/or use letters K instead of letters C, and/or use pushed slang language?
23. What type of tourism do you prefer?
24. Do you ever fall asleep while doing activities (for example, while reading or watching TV)?
25. How do you perceive yourself inwardly?
26. Are you concerned about the fate of the planet?
27. Would you be able to live without your smartphone?
28. How old would you like to be?

In calculating Mental Age, some answers add points while others take them away. This methodology means that each individual question can significantly affect the outcome. The final score thus results from a set of additions and subtractions.
By providing particularly “juvenile” answers, it is possible to obtain results below zero: this is not a technical error, but an intentional phenomenon.
The resulting profiles are numerous, and by repeating the test, the user has the opportunity to experiment with the answers to unearth the most peculiar profiles.
There are no better or worse choices, so no control mechanism is required, as is the case with the Awareness and Awakening Tests.