Depression Test Online Free, Beck Depression Inventory(BDI-II)

Online Depression Test Method

Beck depression test free

This method of self-diagnosis testing of depression derives from the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI II) and is often used in hospitals as a way to determine the extent of a patient’s depression.

Online Depression Test Free (BDI II)

The Scope of Application

This test is available for more than middle school students.

Instantly Diagnose Online

On this webpage,

You may immediately view the results by selecting one item each for all questions for the depression self-diagnosis test.

Criteria or precautions for this test

Now, you should look back over the past week and answer exactly as you feel about each question. The tests below do not check whether each question is answered or not, so it is recommended that you answer them without exception. However, to test whether this online depression self-diagnosis test works, you can answer one or two questions and view the result.

Now, let’s start the test.

On-line Depression Test

Answer each of the following questions. It’s optimized for mobile use, so it’s available on smartphones.

Also, As the score increases, the background color of the depression self-diagnosis result window automatically changes to red.

No. Selection
1  1. I do not feel sad.
 2. I feel sad
 3. I am sad all the time and I can’t snap out of it.
 4. I am so sad and unhappy that I can’t stand it.
2  1. I am not particularly discouraged about the future.
 2. I feel discouraged about the future.
 3. I feel I have nothing to look forward to.
 4. I feel the future is hopeless and that things cannot improve.
3  1. I do not feel like a failure.
 2. I feel I have failed more than the average person.
 3. As I look back on my life, all I can see is a lot of failures.
 4. I feel I am a complete failure as a person.
4  1. I get as much satisfaction out of things as I used to.
 2. I don’t enjoy things the way I used to.
 3. I don’t get real satisfaction out of anything anymore.
 4. I am dissatisfied or bored with everything.
5  1. I don’t feel particularly guilty
 2. I feel guilty a good part of the time.
 3. I feel quite guilty most of the time.
 4. I feel guilty all of the time.
6  1. I don’t feel I am being punished.
 2. I feel I may be punished.
 3. I expect to be punished.
 4. I feel I am being punished.
7  1. I don’t feel disappointed in myself.
 2. I am disappointed in myself.
 3. I am disgusted with myself.
 4. I hate myself.
8  1. I don’t feel I am any worse than anybody else.
 2. I am critical of myself for my weaknesses or mistakes.
 3. I blame myself all the time for my faults.
 4. I blame myself for everything bad that happens.
9  1. I don’t have any thoughts of killing myself.
 2. I have thoughts of killing myself, but I would not carry them out.
 3. I would like to kill myself.
 4. I would kill myself if I had the chance.
10  1. I don’t cry any more than usual.
 2. I cry more now than I used to.
 3. I cry all the time now.
 4. I used to be able to cry, but now I can’t cry even though I want to.
11  1. I am no more irritated by things than I ever was.
 2. I am slightly more irritated now than usual.
 3. I am quite annoyed or irritated a good deal of the time.
 4. I feel irritated all the time.
12  1. I have not lost interest in other people.
 2. I am less interested in other people than I used to be.
 3. I have lost most of my interest in other people.
 4. I have lost all of my interest in other people
13  1. I make decisions about as well as I ever could.
 2. I put off making decisions more than I used to.
 3. I have greater difficulty in making decisions more than I used to.
 4. I can’t make decisions at all anymore.
14  1. I don’t feel that I look any worse than I used to.
 2. I am worried that I am looking old or unattractive.
 3. I feel there are permanent changes in my appearance that make me look unattractive
 4. I believe that I look ugly.
15  1. I can work about as well as before.
 2. It takes an extra effort to get started at doing something.
 3. I have to push myself very hard to do anything.
 4. I can’t do any work at all.
16  1. I can sleep as well as usual.
 2. I don’t sleep as well as I used to.
 3. I wake up 1-3. hours earlier than usual and find it hard to get back to sleep.
 4. I wake up several hours earlier than I used to and cannot get back to sleep.
17  1. I don’t get more tired than usual.
 2. I get tired more easily than I used to.
 3. I get tired from doing almost anything.
 4. I am too tired to do anything.
18  1. My appetite is no worse than usual.
 2. My appetite is not as good as it used to be.
 3. My appetite is much worse now.
 4. I have no appetite at all anymore.
19  1. I haven’t lost much weight, if any, lately.
 2. I have lost more than five pounds.
 3. I have lost more than ten pounds.
 4. I have lost more than fifteen pounds.
I’m currently losing weight by controlling food.—– ( Yes ) ( No )
20  1. I am no more worried about my health than usual.
 2. I am worried about physical problems like aches, pains, upset stomach, or constipation.
3. I am very worried about physical problems and it’s hard to think of much else.
 4. I am so worried about my physical problems that I cannot think of anything else.
21  1. I have not noticed any recent change in my interest in sex.
 2. I am less interested in sex than I used to be.
 3. I have almost no interest in sex.
 4. I have lost interest in sex completely.


[ The Result Window : For your information only, I hope you can get an accurate diagnosis from a specialist. ]
The Test Result Window 0 point.
When all questions are checked, the test results are automatically displayed here. If there is a missing item, the exact result will not be displayed. Please check the answer to each question once again to see the correct result.


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This test method is Beck’s Depression Scale Test (BDI, BDI-II), designed and developed by Dr. Aaron T.Beck in 1961 and is one of the most widely used diagnostic methods in the world. It was revised to BDI-1A in 1971 and updated to a more complementary BDI-II in 1996.

You can test it as a reference in advance on this webpage before you meet a specialist.

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Self-Diagnosis of Depression

Explanation of range according to self-diagnosis score

0 ~ 13 points : minimal depression

14 ~ 19 points : mild depression

20 ~ 28 points : moderate depression

29 ~ 63 points : severe depression


This test is for your reference and information only.

This should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. Consult a doctor or other health care professional for diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.

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I concludes the posting of the depression scale test by the BDI-II beck depression Inventory, which allows you to immediately see the results online.

Wishing you all a happiness.

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