This is kind of just as good a test.
Yeah, if you are wondering if its a dream it's most likely a dream.
If I'm awake there is more physical sensations, so I don't wonder if I'm dreaming. That and really cool/wierd activities happen less.
Real life is basically just using the internet or going for fast food in the hovercraft.
Ok, but neither you nor BBS still get it.
The switch test is more of a training device to start having or have more lucid dreams: you consciously decide to every time you see a light switch you'll turn it off/on to see if it worked, quiclky it becomes a habit and you end up doing it in your dreams, and when you realize that the switch didn't work, your dream will become a lucid dream.
Another training device is start questioning yourself often in waking life "am i dreaming?" like 20 times a day, and soon enough you'll make the same question in your dreams and end up having lucid dreams.
You might think, why do i need this shit if I'm already having lucid dreams? well, you can have lucid dreams in every REM stage you enter, so that's like 4-5 times in a night, and if you sleep 10 hours, in the last hours you'll get more REM time because your body is more rested, so odds are if you are having lucid dreams without training it happens in these hours.
Also, when you are having a cool lucid dream, things going the way you want and all, but you are waking up, a way to stop waking up is looking at your feet, calmly looking at your feet for like 3 seconds (in dream time, go figure) and you can go back to the dream, but this only works (for me) up to 3-4 times per dream.