What Level Is Your OCD?

“I do not have OCD OCD OCD.”

Kate Walker
Created By Kate Walker
On Jan 7, 2016

Which is better?

What's the correct way to scoop ice cream?

Pick a way to arrange your apps:

Is this picture actually "OCD appropriate"?

How many times would you knock?

Level 1: Not OCD At All!

Level 1: Not OCD At All!

You are so far away from being OCD, you don't even use these letters when talking!
You are a very practical thinker, who doesn't get stuck in your old ways and you never stop evolving.
You are relaxed, easy going, and whimsical. You know that life is hard enough, and you shouldn't sweat over the little things. Good for you!!

Level 2: Little OCD

Level 2: Little OCD

Although you don't tend to get stuck on imperfect things, they do annoy you sometimes.
You can always spot the weak spot, and you use that quality to your advantage in day to day situations.
However, sometimes this habit can become a little distracting and negative. We advise you to pay more attention to these situations and try to avoid them.

Level 3: Clinical Definition Of OCD!

Level 3: Clinical Definition Of OCD!

You have OCD!
Truth be told, you probably already knew that, right?
You like things to be perfectly neat and clean. You have your way of doing stuff (which you've perfected over the years), and you won't do them any other way.
You can sometimes experience negative thoughts and emotions creeping into your brain and annoying you.
Our advice is to talk about it with someone close, once you pass that barrier, the road is much much easier.

Sorry, You Broke The Machine. You're An Enigma!!

Sorry, You Broke The Machine. You're An Enigma!!

We just couldn't figure out your personality. You have so many different and diverse aspects in you - it's just too much. It's never boring to be around you. People love your surprising and mysterious personality. You are the most special creature around.