Halal Haram Ratio Calculator & Guide

The Halal Haram Ratio has been a trending topic for several years now. It originated on social media with people using their halal haram ratio score as a metric when dating. The logic being that if both parties had a similar halal haram ratio score, then they were compatible to be together.

There are many different reasons why people would want to use it other than finding their significant other. The Halal Haram ratio helps you evaluate your life choices and identify areas of improvement allowing you to become a better Muslim.

Say you’re not aware of what the 5 pillars of Islam are, taking this test will at least put this subject on your radar and give you the opportunity to learn more about the fundamentals of Islam.

Halal Haram Ratio Calculator

Fill out the Halal Haram Ratio Calculator questions to get your score. Results will be displayed right away!

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What Is The Halal Haram Ratio?

The halal haram ratio is a simple questionnaire that when filled out, gives you a percentage score which tells you how ‘Islamic” you are. For example, you could have a score of 70% Halal and 30% Haram which means the way you live your life and actions are more halal than haram.

The score starts from 10% Halal and 90% Haram to 90% Halal to 10% Haram (There are no perfect scores in this test). With the first score being the lowest halal score meaning the answers you selected indicate that your knowledge and lifestyle are not in line with Islamic principles, while the latter score indicates you are a flawless Muslim.

One thing to keep in mind is that the Halal Haram ratio is a new trend that is used as a gauge to know how religious a person is. Some people use it out of curiosity, while others use it as a metric when looking for their future husband or wife. Take the results from this quiz with a grain of salt.

Who am I or anyone on this planet to judge you?

Let’s walk through an example of how not to interpret your final score.

A single man may be looking for a woman with at least a score of 70% halal and 30% haram. While that logic is flawed because the halal haram ratio calculator is made by humans and no person on earth could ever tell you how much credit for good deeds (hasanat) or sins (saya’t) you’ve accrued during your lifetime.

Only Allah can and will judge us. Allah knows all of our actions and intentions.

Therefore, taking the results of an online quiz should not dictate your decisions. Instead, it should be interpreted as a means of self-improvement.

Nonetheless it is a fun tool to use to compare your score with others.

Why Use The Halal Haram Ratio Calculator & Why You Should Know Your Score?

The Halal Haram Ratio Calculator allows you to evaluate your current lifestyle and helps you identify areas of improvement. The questions asked in the calculator cover a broad range of topics to be as comprehensive as possible.

If I were to fill out the questionnaire and come across several questions that I don’t understand or do not see how it’s relevant to Islam, I would most likely do some research on the topic.

Let’s say I was filling out the questionnaire and did not understand what mortgages and interest had to do with how good of a Muslim I am, I would probably do a quick google search on the topic and learn why interest dealings are considered haram.

I would stumble on several Islamic sites and learn that Riba (interest dealings) are prohibited in Islam because interest is considered unfair and unjust. Forbidding riba ensures equity in exchange and transactions. Furthermore, riba keeps poor people poor and rich people richer (source).

This same logic can be applied to different topics covered in the halal haram ratio calculator questionnaire.

Halal Haram Ratio Calculator Results Explained

Wondering what your score means? Here’s a simple guide to understanding where you stand.

Halal Haram Ratio ScoreExplanation
Less than or equal to 30% Halal and 70% Haram There is some work you can do to bring up that score. Whether it’s re-evaluating your lifestyle or reading more about the fundamentals of Islam. Either way we all have room for improvement.
Between 40% Halal and 60% Haram and 60% Halal and 40% HaramThis is a fairly average score. You have a solid understanding of Islamic principles and live and a modest lifestyle. However, there is room for improvement and tweeking your lifestyle here and there can help improve your score
Equal to or greater than 70% Halal and 30% Haram This is an above average score meaning your lifestyle is halal friendly than it is haram. You have an above average understanding of Islamic fundamentals and principals. However, there is still room for improvement.

How Does The Halal Haram Ratio Calculator Work?

This calculator is based on the points you score when you answer each question. The points accumulated are then graded and placed within a specific category.

For example, if your total score amounts to 55 points, you will earn a score of 60% Halal and 40% Haram.

Each question earns you a maximum of 5 points. Some answers do have 0 points attributed to them. So, most answers will range from 0 or 1 point to 5 points.

Halal Haram Ratio Calculator Grading System

One thing to keep in mind is that the grading system is not perfect.

It is rather challenging to create a scoring system to general questions and lifestyle choices, but it’s something the team is working on improving.

PointsScore Category
Less than 1110% Halal and 90% Haram
Between 12 – 2220% Halal and 80% Haram
Between 23 – 3330% Halal and 70% Haram
Between 34 – 4440% Halal and 60% Haram
Between 45 – 5550% Halal and 50% Haram
Between 56 – 6660% Halal and 40% Haram
Between 67 – 7770% Halal and 30% Haram
Between 78 – 8880% Halal and 20% Haram
Between 89 – 9990% Halal and 10% Haram
Between 100 – 105100% Halal and 0% Haram

What To Keep In Mind When Evaluating Your Halal Haram Ratio Score

Islam and the Quran covers everything to do with life and the actions Muslims ought to take to live a successful and happy life (in this life and the afterlife). With that said, it would be impossible to include all topics of life in a single quiz.

Can you imagine how long it would take to fill that out?!

An example of a topic that was not included is animal rights. Islam forbids the mistreatment of animals and humans ought to treat animals the same way they would treat a human.

A good deed done to an animal is like a good deed done to a human being, while an act of cruelty to an animal is as bad as cruelty to a human being.

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) (source)

This is just one example of a topic that we did not cover but there are tons of things you could be doing in your life that either increases or decreases your halal haram ratio score.

It’s always best to learn as much as you can and question anything you may be unsure off. We try to investigate everything and anything related to Food, Lifestyle and Finance to help you make more halal choices in your life.

When trying to figure out whether something is halal or not, here’s what we do and recommend you do:

  1. Search our site to see if we’ve covered the topic
  2. Google or YouTube your question
  3. Check for any mentions in the Quran regarding your question
  4. Check multiple sources of Fatwa (opposing fatwas would help you make a more educated decision)
  5. Talk to a Sheikh (multiple if possible)

Following these steps will definitely help you improve your Halal Haram ratio!


I am a Muslim that has been living in North America for more than a decade. I am keen on knowing which foods, lifestyle choices, and financial decisions that are halal or not. I enjoy sharing this information with my readers and do the research myself so that readers don't have to.

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