The Rice Purity Test is an anonymous online survey that millions of people around the world have taken and created by Rice University in 1924,. Its purpose is to measure the moral character of incoming freshman students, covering 100 questions that encompass sexual activity, drug use, and other social activities.

The Rice Purity Test enables individuals to self-assess their moral character and compare it with others. Commonly taken by college students and shared on social media, it comprises 100 questions on various topics, ranging from simple inquiries about drinking and smoking to complex questions on sexual activity.

The score, calculated by adding up the answers, reflects an individual's overall level of morality with higher scores indicating higher moral purity and lower scores indicating the opposite. The score is not only used for self-comparison but also measures overall level.

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