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20 Apr 2013, 12:16 pm

Hello Jb, I have gone through the online test after I last posted, I scored 180 overall.

My results here. ... cale=en_GB

You need to go on the scale along the bottom of the graph to find your overall score of 213.

The average NT score is about 45 with most (90%) NT scores between 5 and 160.

The average aspergers score is about 165 with most (90%) aspergers scores between 90 and 225. (This includes you at 213)

Please see your doctor to discuss your results.


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20 Apr 2013, 12:27 pm

Here is a bar chart if it helps, I also added your score to it:


BAP: 103 aloof / 100 rigid / 103 pragmatic
AQ: 40 EQ: 8 SQ: 114
Aspie: AS-156/200 NT-56/200
RAADS-R: 189 total
Diagnosed 9/2013


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21 Apr 2013, 2:44 pm

Total score: 190.0
Language: 15.0
Social relatedness: 79.0
Sensory/motor: 56.0
Circumscribed interests: 40.0

Link: ... cale=en_GB

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24 Apr 2013, 3:42 pm

Total score: 231
Language: 19.0
Social Relatedness: 110.0
Sensory/Motor: 60.0
Circumscribed Interests: 42.0

Source: ... cale=en_GB
Diagnosed with "Classical" Asperger's syndrome in 1998 (Clinical psychologist).
Alexithymia Questionnaire Score: 158/185
Aspie score: 186 out of 200
Neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 12 out of 200
AQ: 48/50 EQ: 9/80


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19 Dec 2013, 3:27 am

Parezen wrote:
well my score is 91, 4/53/10/24.

I dislike the subjectivity of such tests. Actually it makes me crazy. And I cannot believe people really take this seriously, even as a pre-diagnostics tool.

Humans are so freaking bad at interpreting and understanding randomness. Coupled with self-fullfillingprophecies and wishfull thinking (wishing to be aspie? did I wish my score was higher?)... there is no way you can get proper answers.

Take the questions in the sound category. In order to truly find out anything meaningfull whether or not you have a different hearing from 'normal' people, you'd have to set up at least a double blind study with 25 degrees of freedom and a satisfactory p value. Let alone compare child and adult situations.
Test are designed to be used in conjunction with skilled observation. Many people with Aspergers need the testing in order to get assistance with proper work and school accomidation. Without proper diagnois this can not be done. Based off your post I would have to say you do not have Aspergers.


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20 Dec 2013, 2:13 am

My score vs average for males with ASD

Total score: 165 vs 147.2
Language: 13 vs 11.5
Social relatedness: 85 vs 72.4
Sensory/motor: 27 vs 35.4
Circumscribed interests: 40 vs 27.8

Eh, I wonder what all that means... :?


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20 Dec 2013, 5:06 am

Total score 160
Language 19
Social relatedness 82
Sensory/motor 36
Circumscribed interests 23

Also scored 34 on AQ, and a much more balanced result in aspie-quizz (with wild variability among traits) ; I saved it on another computer.


A bit obsessed with vocabulary, semantics and using the right words. Sorry if it is a concern. It's the way I think, I am not hair-splitting or attacking you.

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20 Dec 2013, 6:13 am

Total score: 148

Language: 16
Social relatedness: 64
Sensory/motor: 35
Circumscribed interests: 33

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20 Dec 2013, 7:32 pm

This has probably been said before but I'm not reading this entire thread or the other one at length, but the very options given seem too limited.
The last option, never true, implies that if I've ever experienced the question or phenomenon at all, I have to choose one of the other 3. Which is fine if they don't want to have a 'sometimes' in there. But then the other 3 equate 'now' as any age or period in time older than 16. If I experienced said phenomenon at age 20 or 25, there is no viable option.

Not autistic, I think
Prone to depression
Have celiac disease
Poor motivation