Aspergers Quiz

I took this quiz on Asperger's syndrome. The results follow:


Your Aspie score: 80 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 136 of 200

You are very likely neurotypical


ADD-score: 22 of 78
You might have ADD

The ADD thing isn't any surprise. I was a little surprised that I didn't score a little more towards the Aspergers side of things. I don't think I have the disorder but I've had a number of people over the years tell me that I'm borderline for it. Ha! This quiz proves them wrong. (assuming the quiz is a good measure of the symptoms)

Comments

rennratt said…
Your Aspie score: 113 of 200

Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 96 of 200

You seem to have both Aspie and neurotypical traits

Most of my Aspie traits involve social situations. That makes sense, as I HATE crowds!
Blond Girl said…
Hi Dave.

Well, I just had to take the quiz, as I love these sorts of things. Then I had to go to Wikipedia to find out exactly what Aspberger's Syndrome is.

Here's my score:
Your Aspie score: 75 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 169 of 200
You are very likely neurotypical
ADD-score: 20 of 78
You might have ADD

So, when I looked at my chart and compared it to yours, I was able to make some interesting (though surely non-scientific) conclutions.

First, I've thought I might have ADD for awhile now, but if I did, it would be mild. My Aspie chart was almost completely round on the neurotypical side, all reaching to the outer ring. The only spike I had on the Aspie side was for compulsive behavior; that went up to a four. This seems to me to be consistent with my suspicion that I may have mild ADD - given the fact that I am often startled, easily distracted and hyperfocused when I need to be.

Now, your comment that a number of people have said over the years that you're borderline for Aspies and you thinking that you didn't made sense when I looked at your chart; your highest spike is in the
social skills. Combine that with your nuerotypical, high score on communication (which I've seen demonstrated in your blog), and the two statements make complete sense. You do not shy away from communicating as a person with Aspie's would, but at the same time, you may have the tendency to speak out confidently, yet lack the empathy needed to see when one of your statements may be socially uncomfortable to others. Maybe. Possibly.

Like I said, just observations on the charts. Very interesting! Thank you.

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