The Purity Test has historically served as a segway from O-week to true college life at Rice.
Its a voluntary opportunity for O-week groups to bond, and for students to track the maturation
of their experiences throughout college.
Caution: This is not a bucket list. Completion of all items on this test will likely result in death.
The Rice Purity Test is a voluntary self-assessment tool
used by some college students to gauge their level of innocence or experience.
It is a series of 100 questions that cover a wide range of topics,
including sexual behavior, drug and alcohol use, academic integrity, and personal relationships.
The test was developed by students at Rice University in the 1980s
as a way to encourage self-reflection and promote discussion about responsible behavior.
While it is not an official or scientifically validated assessment,
some students may find it useful as a starting point for thinking about their own values and behaviors.
It's important to remember that everyone's experiences and choices are unique,
and there is no "right" or "wrong" way to live your life.