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28 Feb 2014, 10:28 pm

This is good weekend fun. Test located at Test <click>

It's multiple choice. I guessed a lot. I was surprised I got 24/36. Particularly since I rarely look at people's eyes. It's too distracting (when trying to listen to what someone else is saying or thinking of what I need to say).



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28 Feb 2014, 10:50 pm

10/36

Though I have done the test before and though had some guesses, so e felt instinctive, while others I had no clue. :?


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28 Feb 2014, 11:16 pm

I think I got a 24 as well.


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28 Feb 2014, 11:25 pm

I got 23 but I had taken this test before. I know that the only reason I scored as high as I did is that it was multiple choice. Had it been fill in the blank and had I not had the right answers to choose from I would have gotten a much lower score. I might not have gotten hardly any of them.


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28 Feb 2014, 11:29 pm

One emotional eq test I scored 5. This one, low.


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28 Feb 2014, 11:32 pm

19/ 36

I now feel like i fail as an autistic :oops: :wink:

But in all seriousness i guessed and also I'm sometimes questions they were three words I knew and one word I didn't and I always guess pretty much the words that I didn't just because of that with the answer and sometimes it work I guess the major improvement instilling three years ago I didn't even know facial expressions existed nor care and I don't care today and I don't really care about existing it's not like I'm going to look at your face anyway even if I do I look back-and-forth between spinning rocking side to side. And plus I'm like five foot zero so I can't even look into your eyes very well if I tried because everyone I want to talk to you I have to literally look up to and sometimes I couldn't see their eyes even if I wanted to but I don't even think I just basically talk to them it's like when you talk to someone when you're walking and you don't look at them because you're walking so you look ahead.

Oh yeah and facial expressions are so simple and easy like this test what I say we ask my my classmates at drama club who poor unfortunate people who had to play this game we would throw ball to
someone by looking at the person who you are going to throw the ball to and without talking or anything just let them know you're going to throw it to them and then eventually know that someone's going to throw the ball to you oh and also the game from English when you have to be arranged by your birthday and you can't talk to the person and you have to figure out and everyone is the lineup another birthday in order yeah ask them how good I am at facial expressions.


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28 Feb 2014, 11:50 pm

Okay just out of curiosity I went into this again with my eyes closed with my phone and I got the same exact result. :?

I don't know if that's a win or fail

New challenge first take it once then take it again with your eyes closed and post your results.

And if possible restart your device or use a different device for the second time.


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01 Mar 2014, 12:21 am

I can feel them,...though sometimes I make the mistake of thinking anger is directed at me when its not, so I guess sometimes I take peoples emotions personally. I mean I don't exactly read moods from body language or facial expressions....I can just feel the vibes of what mood is most apparent in the area.....people arguing can really bother me because I can feel all the negativity and it depresses me. I don't exactly like being able to pick up on emotional vibes makes me uncomfortable quite often.

I wonder does anyone else pick up on vibes....or am I just insane?


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01 Mar 2014, 12:23 am

24 and I did not guess, but I had to use will power to force myself to keep looking at the eyes during the last half of the test.


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01 Mar 2014, 12:27 am

17/36

I thought I did good. I got lot of correct answers. Just did a lot of guesses.


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01 Mar 2014, 3:45 am

7/36
And think I simply got lucky on the 7 got right :oops:



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01 Mar 2014, 4:30 am

24/36



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01 Mar 2014, 6:20 am

out of the 5 that had the "correct" answer listed (that is, an answer that made sense to me), 4 were wrong.
i got about 20/36, but mainly trough lucky guesses. (this person is clearly furious, oh, "happy, playful, flirting or content"; oh well * rolls dice*)



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01 Mar 2014, 7:21 am

Ezra, you keep changing your picture, it's disconcerting :D.
I wanted to take this test but I have taken it before and I just guessed.
The amount of discomfort and almost, well, pain that I felt was surprising.
As I said, on the test before I just guessed when the option I thought it was wasn't available.
I could not force myself to do this again. I started to feel ill and I had to stop. This was unusual for me because when I want to do something, I do it.



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01 Mar 2014, 7:53 am

LifUlfur wrote:
Ezra, you keep changing your picture, it's disconcerting :D.


Wow, you use big words for a kid your age :P
I will try to stick with this avatar (cartoon self) for a while :wink:

LifUlfur wrote:
I wanted to take this test but I have taken it before and I just guessed.
The amount of discomfort and almost, well, pain that I felt was surprising.
As I said, on the test before I just guessed when the option I thought it was wasn't available.
I could not force myself to do this again. I started to feel ill and I had to stop. This was unusual for me because when I want to do something, I do it.


Just as I was about done with taking it my mom walked by and
asked me what was wrong because I was rocking like mad lol.



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01 Mar 2014, 8:10 am

Argh, double posting. I dislike it so much.
It only happens when I get error messages like "could not obtain topic watch information", then I become frustrated.



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