For a student, it's in some ways the ideal test: no studying needed; no correct answers; not even a name required. The results, however, could have serious implications for the 1,100 Holliston High School students who recently took a depression screening survey.

Organizers hope the questionnaire will lead to help for the 5 to 8 percent of high schoolers estimated to be clinically depressed.

The suburban Massachusetts high school is among a small, and


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