Authored by William G. DeFoore, Ph.D.
Our anger management tests are designed by Dr. DeFoore, based on his 40+ years of professional experience. You can answer your questions here, like, "Do I have an anger problem?" and "How bad is my anger problem?"
You can actually get positive results from these tests. That's right, both anger management tests have an outcome of "Healthy."
You will even learn some things while you take the tests, just by reading through the different possible answers and choosing the one that fits you best.
You can even identify your escalation patterns, here. That is, some people are slow to anger, and others have a hair trigger, and the anger management assessment helps you figure out your own patterns.
This is our basic anger test, that most people choose. It is 20 questions long, and you end up with results of "Severe" "Serious" "Moderate" or "Healthy."
Each question has 4 to 6 possible answers, and you simply pick the one that fits you best. Then, when you get the results, they will include some recommendations about what you can do to heal your anger and gain anger control.
Here are some sample questions:
Take this anger test now so you can answer these questions and 16 more. You don't have to wonder about your anger any more.
One of the things you'll learn from taking this test is what healthy anger is. Each question has a "healthy anger" response, and when you read that response each time, it will educate you on what the healthiest response would be, whether it applies to you or not.
There are many anger management tests out on the web for you to choose from.
What sets this anger management assessment apart is its emphasis on escalation patterns. In the assessment, you will look at:
Your escalation pattern tells you something about your emotional stability. A stable pattern for example, would not go very high up on the anger scale, and it wouldn't go very fast.
Learn more by assessing your emotional stability on the Emotional Balance Sheet.
These anger management quizzes will really help you, if you will use them. And they will help you most if you follow the recommendations you get when you complete them. Those recommendations will include practicing anger management techniques, getting anger management counseling, or signing up for an anger management class.
Great question. One reason is that a lot of people are angry and don't know it. How many times have you heard an angry person say, "I'm not angry!"
Anger control problems can sneak up on you. Nobody ever decides they're going to develop an anger management problem, but it happens all of the time.
So, these anger management tests will let you know for sure whether you do or not, while offering you encouragement and lots of positive recommendations about how you can improve.
Thanks for being here, and let us know any way we can help.