Do You Actually Have Grammar-OCD?

Take this research-based test to discover what lies behind your grammar skills: OCD or a simple case of fussiness.

Kory Pearl
Created By Kory Pearl
On Jun 2, 2017

The insurgent was _____ for treason.

Which is correct?

Pick the correct spelling:

Joan's dinner party was ______ than Jack's.

Which is correct?

Pick the correct sentence:

I just _____ the Kardashians.

Which of the following is the closest in its meaning to 'vigilance'?

______ that scary cat? Is it yours?

Pick a synonym for 'carry on':

I beg you. Get to the ______ of the matter.

Personally, I prefer _____ ice cubes in my soda.

Pick the correct spelling:

If she had shown up on time, she _____ have kept her job.

How do you spell this?

It has been ______ since I have drank black coffee.

Mrs. Pratt is the _____ of our high school.

Are 'Historic' and 'Historical' synonymous with one another?

Which of the following is the closest in its meaning to 'shelter'?

After hearing the joke, she could not help but laugh ______.

The elevator began its slow ______.

Pick the correct spelling:

Between you and ____, she is an evil person.

"Come and sit near him." - Is this sentence grammatically correct?

I _____ the picture on my bedroom wall.

100% Grammar-OCD!

100% Grammar-OCD!

100% grammar-OCD! According to the study, your obsession with grammar tallies with your imaginative and innovative personality. There is a 95% chance you are an introvert. You tend to be critical of what you see or hear, and yet you daydream a lot and often get lost in thought. Does this sound like you? Let us know in a comment below and share the quiz with your friends.

No OCD, but phenomenal grammar skills!

No OCD, but phenomenal grammar skills!

You have remarkable grammar skills. According to the study, people with your score are meticulous, careful, and diligent. They express their ideas clearly, have phenomenal memory, and they do not need constant interaction with other people. There is an 85% chance you are an introvert. Is this good news? Let us know in a comment below and share the quiz with your friends.

No Grammar-OCD!

No Grammar-OCD!

You have no grammar-OCD. According to the study, you are both introverted and extroverted. There is no way to stereotype you. You always seek out new experiences, and get out of your own head. Do you agree? Are you indeed a free-spirited soul? Let us know in a comment below and share the quiz with your friends.