Monday, March 9, 2009

795 Probably isnt a good thing, right??

So I was reading an online article from a local columnist. She had decided to take some time away from her desk due to stress. She had taken a stress test and she was given a score of 552. Apparently anything over 300 is 80% indicative of having a major illness within the next 2 years. She provided a handy link so her loyal readers could take part as well. I did it.

I came back with the stunning score of 795. I always thought I was ahead of the curve, but 795. Really?? Now I can kinda get why my Doctor always want to talk about my stress levels. Click here
to take the test your self. See if you can beat me!


  1. I got 415, not to shabby, but holy doodles you better watch out with the stress levels! (that's got to add to the stress level)

  2. I got 526, and I moved and finished school. Watch yourself girly!

  3. I got 418 and yes, you have to watch yourself!

  4. Mine was 515... wow I though with all of my added stress lately mine would of been higher... I guess that it is a good thing. But as the others have posted... maybe you should watch your self.

  5. I feel like I should lie - I got 131, but I am not sure how "recent" events need to be to count - like I did not count Christmas, but did count Alex since he continues to be a mystery man to me most days.

  6. I said, count everything in the last two years. If I would have just counted stuff int he last six month, I would have scored way lower. Maybe I should and then i wont break myself with stress????

  7. I received 350. Which stated: OVER 300 POINTS: This score indicates a major life crisis and is highly predictive (80%) of serious physical illness within the next 2 years.

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