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Taylor1002
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17 Oct 2011, 7:43 pm

You are 25% neurotypical!
 
You aren't that neurotypical. Social skills aren't your strong suit and you tend to have more skill in other areas, however, you may still enjoy socializing. It is likely that you are autistic.



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17 Oct 2011, 7:54 pm

You are 10% neurotypical!

You aren't neurotypical at all. Sure, it may mean others think of your social skills as "very poor", but that's doesn't mean you aren't good at anything, you probably have a skill other than socializing, which is probably not something you enjoy anyway. It is very likely that you are autistic.



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17 Oct 2011, 8:09 pm

Well if it's not scientific or anything I doubt most people here would be intrested, just for fun :?

give me science any day.


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17 Oct 2011, 8:21 pm

aussiebloke wrote:
Well if it's not scientific or anything I doubt most people here would be intrested, just for fun :?

give me science any day.

I hear you on that.



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18 Oct 2011, 8:13 am

42%

I think we may have an imposter in our midsts.


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18 Oct 2011, 8:34 am

You are 18% neurotypical!

You aren't that neurotypical. Social skills aren't your strong suit and you tend to have more skill in other areas, however, you may still enjoy socializing. It is likely that you are autistic.




I find this quiz to be very simple and easy to skew based on ones perception of ones self. I'd be interested to take a more complicated test where it isn't so easy to predict what side of the scale an answer will land you on.

Besides, it's wrong. I don't enjoy socializing. I'm just not particularly bad at it, at least not anymore. I'm capable of making small talk and appearing very friendly. This is completely independant of whether or not I enjoy it.


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18 Oct 2011, 8:51 am

"You are 18% neurotypical!


You aren't that neurotypical. Social skills aren't your strong suit and you tend to have more skill in other areas, however, you may still enjoy socializing. It is likely that you are autistic."

kind of thought i'd be better


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18 Oct 2011, 11:05 am

26%.



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18 Oct 2011, 12:02 pm

33%

With my advanced age comes many practiced coping techniques. 10 years ago, I probably would have been closer to 20%.



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18 Oct 2011, 2:56 pm

You are 54% neurotypical!

You are fairly neurotypical. You probably have pretty good social skills but need time alone every now and then. You may make social mistakes sometimes, but don't do it that often. It may take you a second to figure out that you have made a social mistake. It is unlikely that you are autistic.



lol I probably would've gotten an even higher neurotypical score if I didn't have such strong obessions ;)



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18 Oct 2011, 8:40 pm

You are 30% neurotypical!


You aren't that neurotypical. Social skills aren't your strong suit and you tend to have more skill in other areas, however, you may still enjoy socializing. It is likely that you are autistic.

...

Not the most interesting or most scientific quiz...



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18 Oct 2011, 9:28 pm

You are 24% neurotypical!

You aren't that neurotypical. Social skills aren't your strong suit and you tend to have more skill in other areas, however, you may still enjoy socializing. It is likely that you are autistic.



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19 Oct 2011, 2:04 am

am i You are 50% neurotypical

am half AS and half NT as it looks like



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19 Oct 2011, 2:13 am

8% neurotypical, but like others the multiple-choice format didn't work well.

If I was in a situation in a restaurant of noise and people and overwhelming? I'd make my boyfriend ask for us to move, I'd not do so myself. Things like that



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19 Oct 2011, 3:25 am

I am 22 percent neurotypical.

I answered for my best friend (I know her very well and I'm confidant that I got her answers correct), she got 83%. I'm actually surprised it is so low, she's one of those weirdos who picks up hitchhikers and rides the bus to meet new people and has "after hours" parties in her house after the bar closes. Social situations are easy with her because she does all the talking and doesn't seem to notice when I don't give a crap about something she's complaining about.



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19 Oct 2011, 7:30 am

Tuttle wrote:
8% neurotypical, but like others the multiple-choice format didn't work well.

If I was in a situation in a restaurant of noise and people and overwhelming? I'd make my boyfriend ask for us to move, I'd not do so myself. Things like that

I agree with this as well. I would never ever ask for us to move but the noise would definately bother me, I'd just finish my meal and leave as soon as possible while attempting to still be polite to everyone.


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