It's slightly unfair as there are a few things that are in the "never gonna happen" category. From a UI design point of view I think they should give you the option of stating so and then have a section for standard results (as seen in the first few lines below) and a section refined results (based on the "never gonna happen" selections you made). But that's just me.
(Say there were 10 things that fell into my "never gonna happen" set, that'd mean I'd actually score closer to 55%).
| Overall, you have partaken in 87 out of 169 possible life experiences.|
Your average life experience score is therefore 51%.
The average score is 51%, making your experiences more than 46% of the people who have taken this test.
The average for your age group (26-35) is 53%.
Broken down by category:
Art: 6/17 (35%)
Career & Work: 7/13 (54%)
Civics & Technology: 5/7 (71%)
Crime & Disarray: 4/11 (36%)
Education: 12/18 (67%)
Fashion: 6/10 (60%)
Fitness, Health and Sports: 2/7 (29%)
Life in General: 9/14 (64%)
Relationships: 12/14 (86%)
Religion & Politics: 2/4 (50%)
Social: 14/22 (64%)
Travel: 4/20 (20%)
Vices: 4/12 (33%)
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