does god exist?
No-one knows for sure. But many things you already know or believe may give you more clues than you think.
Imagine two different possible universes, one created by a god, the other where there is no god. Various aspects of the universe we live in may look more like the hypothetical god-created universe, and other aspects may look more like the hypothetical godless universe.
In this test, you will be asked 10 questions in which you assess how more or less likely these aspects would be if God exists compared to if God doesn't exist. Try not to allow your answers to be influenced by how likely you currently think God's existence is, just answer as a hypothetical - what would be more likely to be true on the assumption that a god-less and god-full universe existed.
It is also best to avoid choosing only probabilities at either extreme - I think it is doubtful that anyone can be that certain of the likelihood of the answers to every one of these questions.
From your answers, a probability that God exists is calculated. This test can't tell you what the truth is, but it can help you understand the implications of what you personally believe.
For background information on this test, including Bayesian probability, the actual numbers assigned to each answer and how the probabilities are calculated, see the probability of god test explained.