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Is it the higher the better? I'm a bit confused
Scored 100 on the self esteem if I'm not wrong, 2nd highest is PTSD.

I'm diagnosed with schizophrenia but it's 3rd on the list.
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Thanks for sharing your results. I believe the lower the score is the better. Scores below 50, I think, are considered to be essentially "normal". Here's a link to an article, from PC's archives, that provides a bit of detail with regard to the Sanity Score test:

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Thanks for sharing your results. I believe the lower the score is the better. Scores below 50, I think, are considered to be essentially "normal". Here's a link to an article, from PC's archives, that provides a bit of detail with regard to the Sanity Score test:

The Science Behind the Sanity Score | About Us - Psych Central

Ah okay, seems like I have a way to go towards two digits.
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Thank for sharing! I noticed I had improved in some areas compared to a year ago.
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