Suicide Quizzes & Trivia

Ever wondered how much you know about suicide? Take these awesome suicide quizzes online to gain knowledge and flaunt it across the web. Tackle multiple choice questions, true or false questions, or yes or no questions, and more to discover amazing facts about yourself and the world. Play these suicide quizzes as a party game or just have binge session for yourself.

Build your knowledge with suicide quizzes created for a variety of topics. You name it and we have it all. What's more, you can create new quizzes on topics of your choice and share them to see who knows better.

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Suicide Questions and Answers


  • True or false, people who talk about suicide are only trying to get attention. They won't really do it.
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  • Which of the following questions should you NOT ask your caller?
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  • What are some buffers for preventing suicide?
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  • All of the following can be reasons for suicide  except
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  • Which of the following is known as the act of intentionally causing one's own death?
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  • Which of the following is a precaution method  taken to prevent suicides?
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  • What do you normally talk about?

  • Which is true of you?

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  • It is extremely important that staff reports any suspicion of suicidal ideation immediately, it takes precedence over all other needs, this is not something that can wait until later or further more tomorrow.  
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  • All school employees have a duty to report suicide ideation in person, immediately. Voicemails, emails or notes left in mailboxes simply is NOT enough. If a school social worker is not available and you are uncertain who to contact, please speak to your administrator or director immediately.
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  • If a student has been reported to the administrator or director that he/she has suicide ideation the student MUST NOT be left alone until a parent (or appropriate authority) can come to pick up the student and take him/her for an emergency assessment.  
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