How to use the social identity test to determine if you have social anxiety

A social identity (SIT) test is a way to measure how much social interaction is required to feel socially secure.

The SIT is particularly useful for people who feel they’re under pressure from others or are anxious about social situations.

To take the test, take a few minutes to write down the following questions: Is there anything I should be careful about?

Is this person being genuine?

Does he or she make eye contact?

Are they paying attention?

Do they acknowledge my presence?

Do I feel comfortable being there?

Can I feel confident being there in public?

Is there a risk that my presence could be misinterpreted as a threat?

Is my presence a threat to the safety of others?

Is someone else in the room?

Is the room quiet?

Is everyone else comfortable?

Are the people around me relaxed?

Do the people in the group look relaxed?

Are there no people in sight?

If you’re able to answer yes to all of these questions, you’re likely to score high on the SIT.

The more you answer, the higher your score will be.

However, if you can’t answer the questions correctly, your score might be lower.

This is because the test can be hard to interpret.

Social anxiety can be associated with many different things, including being anxious about a number of things.

The social identity tests may be the easiest test to interpret for someone who feels anxious.

A social anxiety test can also help determine if there are other people around you who feel the same way.

A SIT test will help you assess your own anxiety level and the safety profile of the people you’re interacting with.