RAADS-R: Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Adults

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11 Jul 2013, 6:02 am

Apologies to dig up an old post but I'm not the first one this year :)

Took test @ http://www.aspietests.org/raads/index.php (Currently un-diagnosed)

Total score
172.0

Language
12.0

Social relatedness
97.0

Sensory/motor
30.0

Circumscribed interests
33.0

Interesting to see as I have just filled out a paper one for my doctor.



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11 Jul 2013, 6:34 am

I hadn't seen the RAAD test, my scores ended up as -

Total score 194.0
Language 16.0
Social relatedness 96.0
Sensory/motor 51.0
Circumscribed interests 31.0


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11 Jul 2013, 7:27 am

I took the test 3 times (6/17. 6/23, 7/10), with a total score average of 131.7

Language: 9.7
Social relatedness: 75.7
Sensory/motor: 24.0
Circumscribed interests: 22.3



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11 Jan 2014, 6:02 pm

Total 137.
I don´t know how you others get the detailed results. The link on page 1 only links to an article.


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11 Jan 2014, 7:21 pm

I got 184 total
language: 17
social relatedness: 87
sensory\motor: 44
Circumscribed interests: 36


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11 Jan 2014, 9:12 pm

Total: 182
Language: 18
Social Relatedness: 96
Sensory / Motor: 41
Circumscribed Interests: 27



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11 Jan 2014, 9:32 pm

I feel that some of the questions have no right answers, in the way that it doesn't really have any nuances. It differs between the statement being correct or not and at which time it was correct. It doesn't, however, give you the ability to state to which degree it's correct.



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11 Jan 2014, 10:30 pm

Jensen wrote:
Total 137.
I don´t know how you others get the detailed results. The link on page 1 only links to an article.

http://aspietests.org/raads/index.php

It's hard to choose between always/never... I scored somewhat higher than expected.
Total: 162
Language: 16
Social Relatedness: 79
Sensory/Motor: 40
Circumscribed Interests: 27



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11 Jan 2014, 11:05 pm

Total: 172
Language: 12
Social relatedness: 83
Sensory/Motor: 48
Circumscribed Interest: 29

I don't understand why the number comes up with a decimal. There's nothing that would give you a point with a decimal.

I feel this scores can be somewhat misleading, because I have to fully agree or not agree at all. (I can say only now, only before 16 or both now and when I was younger, but either way, I have to fully agree or disagree at the chosen time.)



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12 Jan 2014, 4:50 am

I've taken this test four times and I've always scored at least 230. On one occasion I scored 230 and 233 on the same day (11/7/13) which subsequently makes my average score of 231.5

Total score: 231.5
Language: 20.0
Social Relatedness: 109.5
Sensory/Motor: 60.0
Circumscribed Interests: 42.0


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12 Jan 2014, 6:20 am

UndeadToaster wrote:
Jensen wrote:
Total 137.
I don´t know how you others get the detailed results. The link on page 1 only links to an article.

http://aspietests.org/raads/index.php

It's hard to choose between always/never... I scored somewhat higher than expected.
Total: 162
Language: 16
Social Relatedness: 79
Sensory/Motor: 40
Circumscribed Interests: 27


I get it:

Total 141. (15 minutes ago it was 148, and a month ago it was 137)
Language 7.
Social relatedness 65.
Sensory/motor 41
Circumscribed interest 28.

Yes it is not quite realistic, - and the leaps in age as well. I believe, that I reacted 16-ish until my early 20es and have taken this in account.
What do these numbers stand for? Is it to what degree you are "autistic" and compared to what standard?


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12 Jan 2014, 6:02 pm

I got 152. :idea:



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13 Jan 2014, 12:39 am

Total: 150
Language: 6
Social relatedness: 84
Sensory/Motor: 30
Circumscribed Interest: 30



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13 Jan 2014, 1:03 am

dianthus wrote:
I scored a 177...


I took it again and got 165.

Language 5
Social relatedness 73
Sensory/Motor 50
Circumscribed interests 37



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26 Feb 2014, 12:48 am

I took it a few months ago and got 157. Took it again last week (on paper, self-scored) and got 178. The second time I took more time answering and assigned questions half-points when I felt that an absolute answer was too polarizing and therefore not completely accurate. Then I had my mom take it (about me) and she got 153. I figured my mom would have better insight about the differences in my behavior over time. We compared answers and discovered most of the point difference was from a few questions where we understood the wording differently (and there were a few mistakes my mom made while scoring).

I think assigning half points in places is a decent way to get around the questions with too strong of adjectives/adverbs. :P


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07 Aug 2014, 10:54 am

I scored 79.0
It says I should get checked for an asd while the average score for neurotypicals is 82. How is that logical?