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FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) is the feeling of apprehension that one is either not in the know
or missing out on information, events, experiences, or life decisions that could make one's life better.
This problem can affect anyone of any age.

What makes us different?
Why choose us?

Our FOMO spectrum test determines the initial presence of elements of anxiety disorders. The quiz presented is not a scientific - diagnostic test.

  • All age groups (toddlers / children / adults)
  • The questions were developed by recognised experts *
  • An innovative method of analysing the results was used (Artificial Intelligence)
  • The model we rely on is used by experts * around the world
  • The test should not take more than 10-15 minutes to complete. This is a quick solution
  • You will receive recommendations on how to deal with anxiety disorders (booklet or e-book)
  • Total anonymity is guaranteed

Make sure that you provide honest answers while taking the test. The results will be provided with the use of a probability scale, and assistance relevant to your condition will be offered.

The service processes personal data (e.g.: e-mail) in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR).

* Our self-test was adapted from publicly available and/or modified mind health questionnaires, among others: Fear of Missing Out Scale (FoMOS), Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), Generalized Anxiety Questionnaire (GAD-7), Leibowitz Social Anxiety Scale.

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Take a moment to
fill out the quiz

The duration of the test
is approximately 20 minutes

fomo test

NOTE: Please note that our app is not a diagnostic tool. The result of the analysis and access to educational material (in the form of a brochure or e-book) is a one-off fee $3.99. This is a simple, quick and completely safe solution.

The result and analysis of a given test does not constitute a diagnosis of a disorder. The "Mind Test" application only determines the degree of probability of the occurrence of a given disorder on the basis of a self-reported online test. If you suspect that you have symptoms characteristic of a disorder and would like a reliable diagnosis, please contact a psychotherapist, psychiatrist, doctor or health professional.

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