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The Rice Purity Test is an internet school survey initially used by students at Rice University. According to the website, the evaluation is used from orientation during faculty life at Rice to see just how much sex, drugs, and debauchery a pupil gets into during their period there that can be found here. 

This evaluation is supposed to become a"bonding experience" with students, but it feels like it might create much more tension, particularly if someone is uncomfortable engaging in the poll.

1. The"pure" scale is from 1-100

The lower the number, the more"pure" you're.

2. The questions get competitive quickly and include simple acts like kissing to felonies

The survey starts out slow, and merely asking about things like holding hands and making out and then contributes to drugs, arrest, and threesomes. It is somewhat confusing how any of it actually relates or defines an individual.

3. There is no true definition of “impurity”

The test never actually explains how much each question equals out to where any of the outcomes come from.

4. Half the questions have nothing to do with being pure or not

French and gone skinny-dipping kissed? God prohibits.

5. The results don't provide you with anything but a red bolded number

Your result is a red number that you hope ends up somewhere between 1 and 100 with zero explanation.

And somehow, you can't resist from taking the exam and seeing just how pure the students of Rice believe you are not. The Rice Purity Test is interesting to say the least. May the chances be ever in your favor.