PREPPER QUIZ - CHANCES OF SURVIVAL SELF-ASSESSMENT TEST
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PREPPER QUIZ - CHANCES OF SURVIVAL SELF-ASSESSMENT TEST
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If you are logged in to a Google account, you can make a copy of this file to work on yourself. Click 'File' and 'Make a copy...'. If you don't have a Google account, you can download it as an Excel File to work on it. Click 'File' and 'Download as'. Or you can simply print it out or scroll through it and keep track manually. Enter '1' in column G next to your answer for each question and the spreadsheet will calculate your totals for you and appear at the bottom. The high score is 10,000 points, however it's impossible to get the absolute high score, since some of the questions negate each other on purpose, but high in the 9,000s is possible. Your chances of survival are the percent score you receive. (e.g. If you score 75%, then you have a 75% chance of survival.) The questions are divided into 7 categories, and you will be able to see which of these categories are your strong suits and weak suits. Group Dynamics accounts for 6% of the points; Location 16%; Security 23%; Water 9%; Food 19%; Medical 6%; General Survival 23%. (Perhaps Security is too high at 23%. What do you think?) This quiz is based on a scenario of a complete collapse of society for the foreseeable future. The SHTF. It is WROL. Electricity, supply lines, sewage, and all other services have failed. Since the primary threat will be other humans, you'll see this assessment emphasizes avoiding other humans. You might disagree with this strategy. You are welcome to change the questions or values in the copy you download. Please ignore columns C through E. They are just behind the scenes math. Last time I checked, Excel writes it's formulas slightly different than Google Spreadsheets. Please let me know if it doesn't work in Excel. Please share this on social media. If you repost this quiz on your website or blog, please make a reference and link to the creator, SurvivalSage.com, where you can get a survival information package of 1.2 million pages (equivalent of 6,000 full-sized books) for less than $70. (Copyright © SurvivalSage.com All rights reserved.) contact: casey@survivalsage.com
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QUESTION NUMBERQUESTION & CHOICESCHOICE VALUESENTER '1' NEXT TO YOUR CHOICE HEREYOUR POINTS APPEAR HEREEXPLANATION
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GROUP DYNAMICS
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1How many people are in your survival group that will live and work together?My general feeling is that a group of about 30 is most ideal, at least initially. Large enough for protection and to get things done, but not so large that it's unorganized and people don't feel responsible for producing their own food.
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100
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2-3110
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4-7280
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8-131000
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14-191210
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20-391350
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40-59710
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60-14940
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150-499-570
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500-1,999-3980
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2,000-9,999-6120
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10,000+-11380
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0
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2What percent of your group is in their prime? (teenage through 50s)0Although, having a couple wise and experienced elders can help a lot.
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100540
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75-99510
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50-74400
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25-49310
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0-24200
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3What percent of your group is male?0Realistically, a group of ten guys will have a better chance of surviving than a group of ten women. Most groups will be mixed anyways, so no biggie.
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100110
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75-99110
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50-7470
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25-4950
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0-2430
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4What is the average physical health of your group? (overweight and out of shape is not as big a deal as things like a bad back and requiring medication)0
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excellent340
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good300
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average240
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poor90
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extremely poor00
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0
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5How would you rate the mental strength of your group? (intelligence, general knowledge and street smarts)0
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excellent370
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good300
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average210
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poor90
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extremely poor00
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6How would you rate the ability of your group to function under the stress of an emergency?0
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excellent270
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good230
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average170
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poor90
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extremely poor00
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7How would you rate the ability of your group to stick to the master plan after the collapse of society? (ex. “I know we said it was just going to be our two families, but is it OK if I also bring my cousin's family...and my neighbor's kids...and can we pick up my great Aunt Lucy on the way? We can stretch our food rations right?”)0If your group can't stick to the master plan, it could be the undoing of your good chances of surviving.
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excellent360
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good280
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average180
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poor40
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extremely poor00
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0
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8How would you rate the work ethic of your group?0
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excellent260
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good200
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average140
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poor70
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extremely poor00
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9How functional is your group in that it has good leaders, good secondary leaders, and good followers?0
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excellent380
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good300
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average190
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poor70
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extremely poor00
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10How close knit is your group in terms of how long you’ve known each other, how much time you’ve spent together, and how well you get along?0Trust is important. Getting along is important.
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very close knit240
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close knit190
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so so120
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not close knit30
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we actually haven’t met yet00
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11How often does your group practice survival skills?0
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once a month or more often470
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multiple times a year430
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once a year360
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we have a few times230
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once90
90
never have00
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0
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12How often does your group drill for a SHTF scenario?0
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once a month or more often230
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multiple times a year200
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once a year140
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we did a few times110
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we did once70
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never have00
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13How well does your lifestyle now match up with how your lifestyle will be after the STHF?0If your lifestyle is the same, you're essentially 'prepared' already.
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