Burnout Test

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If you are feeling exhausted and emotionally drained, take our free test to see if you could be suffering from burnout. Burnout can strike anyone at any time and usually happens when you’re stressed out and overwhelmed by your responsibilities.

Are you still in balance?

Are you still in balance?

Modern working life is becoming more and more stressful. As we are required to fit more activities, overtime, relationships, and success into the same 24-hour period, it’s no wonder that many of us are starting to feel the strain. Reports of burnout are rising, and if you feel that you may be next then take our specially developed free burnout test to ascertain whether you are reaching your limit too.

Please remember that this test is not a substitute for a medical diagnosis. If your results show that you are indeed suffering from—or close to suffering from—burnout, and you are experiencing symptoms, then you should schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss your next steps.

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Why take the burnout test

Icon from the Burnout test of a dial taking a high reading Gauge your risk

Get a feel for whether you are at risk of burnout and use this knowledge to empower your next steps

Icon from the Burnout test of three identical warning signs Learn about the warning signs

Explore the signs and symptoms of burnout in order to take control

Icon from the Burnout test of stone balancing Restore balance

Understand how you can find a healthier balance in life

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How to take the burnout test

How to take the burnout test

Our burnout test is specially designed to help you ascertain how close you are to burnout, and what pressures in your life are causing you problems.

Just answer the 25 simple yes-or-no questions as naturally as possible. We will then analyze the answers you give throughout the test in order to assess your personal burnout risk.

By answering all questions as honestly as possible, your results will more accurately reflect your position and give you a clearer picture of how to start introducing balance into your life.

Hear from other users

“I knew I was feeling fried. This test made it clear.”

Katrin S.

“Gave me the jumpstart I needed to make some changes.”

Lea F.

“Sort of took this one as a joke but the result made me think.”

Jonas M.

“Didn’t even know burnout was a thing. But so glad I found this test it made some stuff super clear.”

Anna F.

“Not exactly cheerful, but accurate I’d say.”

Markus W.

Take control with TerraYou

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Discover your burnout risk:

Once you’ve completed all 25 questions, we’ll analyze your results to gauge your personal burnout risk.

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Access your results:

Read initial insights into how your personal and professional lives are being shaped by your stress.

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Find your balance:

This is just the first steppingstone to self-discovery. Use the other tools available to you through TerraYou to learn more about who you really are and what makes you truly happy

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How the burnout test can help you?

If you are finding it hard to juggle your mounting commitments, you may be running the risk of burnout. Characterized by a feeling of constant, numbing exhaustion and a lack of interest in things that used to excite you, burnout is a result of excessive and prolonged emotional, physical, and mental stress.

If this sounds familiar, then taking the test is your first step towards understanding yourself and building balance into your life to make sure that you prioritize your own happiness and mental health.

Our free and specially designed burnout test is intended as an aid in your personal journey of self-discovery. The test is not intended as a substitute for a medical diagnosis. If your results show that you are indeed suffering from—or close to suffering from—burnout, and you are experiencing symptoms, then you should schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss your next steps.