Are you a good friend? Starter Level Results

Are you a good friend?

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Your scores suggest you’re fun, friendly and no doubt have lots of friends. You may need to watch out for peer pressure though. You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing – remember you can be your own person and still be a good friend.

Everybody else isn’t always acting how you might think they are anyway – a recent survey found that 92% of 11–15s in England had not drunk alcohol at all in the last week*.

Does this sound like you? Make sure you really do know the facts – there’s information about drinking in the Units and Guidelines. The Alcohol Clock Game in the Challenge Zone is also a good one to try.

*Source: HSCIC Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use Among Young People in England – 2014

Are you a good friend?

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Your scores suggest that you’re a quality best friend, capable of having fun but also aware of what to do when things get rocky. Perhaps others accuse you of being too safe and sensible, but you know how to have fun, look after your friends and stay clear of trouble.

You’re right not to follow the crowd though, as everybody else isn’t always acting how you might think they are anyway. A recent survey found that 92% of 11–15s in England had not drunk alcohol at all in the last week*.

Does this sound like you? Make sure you really do know your stuff by checking out the information on drinking and alcohol in the Units and Guidelines and Body Watch.

*Source: HSCIC Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use Among Young People in England – 2014

Are you a good friend?

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Your scores suggest you’re naughty but nice, but perhaps have a tendency to drag others into your mad-cap ideas. Being a good friend is about more than having fun. You may need to think a bit more before you do things – then you’ll avoid trouble.

As a natural leader, you already know that there’s nothing to be gained from following the crowd – everybody else isn’t always acting how you might think they are anyway. A recent survey found that 92% of 11–15s in England had not drunk alcohol at all in the last week*.

Does this sound like you? You can make sure you’re up to speed with the facts by checking out Body watch to see how alcohol affects the body. The Alcohol Clock Game in the Challenge Zone is also a great one to try.

*Source: HSCIC Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use Among Young People in England – 2014