Wikipedia:Wikipediholism test

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If you're not sure if you are a Wikipediholic, you should take this test. The point value of answering 'yes' to each question is listed in parentheses ( ) at the end of the question. The higher the result, the more likely it is that you are a Wikipediholic! New questions and modifications are of course welcome — good questions are those that measure current addiction (e.g., "have you edited a page in the last week?", not "have you ever edited a page?"), on the hypothesis that Wikipediholicism can be cured, or at least controlled to some degree. Formats should be added as #ENTRY (point value, additional notes) in order to be compatible with the automated version.

Give yourself at least 30 minutes (2 hours with the manual version) because there are more than 1,000 questions!

Don't want it to take that long? Then use the automated version!

  • Depending on your browser, browsing away from the automated test page may cause you to lose all of your progress. But real Wikipediholics don't do that anyway. Come to think of it, actually they might, if they want to edit this article.

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The test


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