Bipolar Test

Take our free online version of a bipolar disorder test. It is designed to screening for the possibility of bipolar disorder. In this test you have 18 questions and you have to answer every question carefully. After submitting the questionnaire you will get your bipolar disorder test report instantly. High score means you need to consult a mental health professional for a proper diagnosis of bipolar disorder. We always recommend you to consult a mental health professional, if you feel you might have bipolar disorder symptoms.

1. Have you lost interest in sex?
 
 
 

2. I can not concentrate properly.
 
 

3. Are You feeling sad and hopeless?
 
 
 

4. Do you sometimes feel happy and creative?
 
 
 

5. Do you make decisions quickly?
 
 

6. Do you feel restless?
 
 
 

7. Do you have a good memory?
 
 

8. Are you afraid of taking risks while playing, or while driving?
 
 

9. Is your relationship with others, including your family, friends and relatives good or bad?
 
 
 

10. Do you sometimes feel energetic and sometimes less energetic?
 
 

11. Do you sometimes feel everything is in your control?
 
 
 

12. Do you ever have difficulty sleeping or find that you oversleep?
 
 

13. Do you feel guilty without having done anything wrong?
 
 
 

14. Are you suffering from mood changes, going from happy to sad and sad to happy?
 
 
 

15. Can you remember if your grandparents have ever been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, etc.?
 
 

16. Do you ever want to cry or run away from home?
 
 

17. Have you experienced any physical changes in the past month, such as weight loss or gain?
 
 
 
 
 

18. In the past few weeks, have you faced any of these emotional changes?
 
 
 
 


This test is created by professional mental health experts and it is approved by many mental health organizations but it is still a self-test, so it should not be used as self-diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Offline version of this test is used by experts to diagnose bipolar disorder.

You may also like to take these psychological disorder tests related to bipolar screening test.
Depression Test
Anxiety Test
Agitated Depression Test

Instructions For Accurate Results

This test is built with a quiz system and every response have different score and points so you should chose appropriate answer before submitting this test . Your score is calculated by your overall positive and negative responses. If you have completed all questions then there is no chance of getting an inaccurate report.

Can I use this test for diagnosis purpose?

Please note that online tests can’t diagnose bipolar disorder, so please consult your doctor. This test is for informational and entertainment purposes only. You must be 18 years old to use this bipolar test.

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