I enjoy taking Asperger Syndrome quizzes and tests and whatnot because the results are often interesting. This one lacks any medical examination, but a lot of people have used it and found it accurate.
Oddly, my score combination is the highest and lowest combination I’ve seen of the results I examined — meaning I’ve not found anyone with an Aspie score of 180/200 paired with a 28-or-lower/200 neurotypical score.
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That was interesting, I really enjoy quizzes and I’ve never taken one for Asperger syndrome.
“Your Aspie score: 156 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 75 of 200”
Wow, that was actually really interesting to take. I could actually really relate to many of the questions, in a big way.
Your Aspie score: 136 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 71 of 200
I take quizzes related to other kinds of disorders. xD
Your Aspie score: 57 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 165 of 200
Which I think is, good? I don’t really know it seemed to suggest I don’t have link to any disorders anyway.
It was an interesting quiz and I found some of the questions strange and wondered where they would fit. The PDF was pretty helpful.
I got 116/200 Aspie and 93/200 Neurotyptical. What I found more interesting, though, was the PDF that came with the results.
I like taking random tests on the internet.
I scored 91/200 Aspie and 126/200 for Neurotypical. I have both traits according to test which I’m really not surprised about. Still, it was pretty enlightening.
This is actually a really good test for one that’s free to take online! As expected, I’m fairly centred on the web. 109/200 Aspie, 117/200 Neurotypical.
Have you been officially diagnosed with Asperger’s? It probably wouldn’t make much of a difference for you, but having diagnoses is always a little comforting because you have a name for what you have and you can actually say you have it.
Yes. Before therapy had to go on pause, I was also getting retested to see where exactly on the scale I am.