The goal of this test is to determine how likely you are to cheat. If you have a secret crush on someone else, do you have the willpower keep the temptation in check? And when these urges come up, are you likely to talk about them or try to hide them?
Using their score as a guide, people disposed towards cheating can link up with each other and those not can link up, and members of each side sigh in exasperation at the other without actually hurting anyone. In theory.
The test has about 40 questions. Questions will essentially break it down into 3 categories.
Practical Fidelity: How much you've actually cheated or are likely to cheat.
Theoretical Fidelity: Whether you have the habits typically associated with a cheater, even if you don't actually cheat.
Communication: How honest you are with your partner about your activities and/or desires.
For the purposes of these questions, "cheating" counts as any situation where your partner would have considered it cheating. So for instance if you're a masseuse and you give back rubs every day and your partner knows this, it's not cheating. But if say there is this one coworker with whom you feel you have to steal away into the shadows to do your rubbings in secret, that's cheating.
WARNING: Make sure you read the questions carefully and don't miss any, or you might not get the score you expected, and it will show up on your profile. If this happens, you will need to re-take the test to get a better score.