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Old 12-03-2017, 10:21 PM   #1
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Red face Sanity Score 50. Is this a good score at all?

I just had my test and the result came out at 50.
When I looked at the range of 0-200+ I am thinking is 50 a good score at all?
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Thanks for sharing your score! Well... I'm certainly no expert. But as I understand the Sanity Score test a score under 100 is considered to be more-or-less normal. So, assuming that is correct, a score of 50 should mean you're doing pretty-darn well!
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