Did u take the Aspie quiz & score NT?

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Sethno
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08 Jun 2013, 7:49 pm

The online quiz that allows for 200 points Aspie and 200 points NT (and produces a circular graphic) ...

If you took it and it said you were likely NT, would you please post your graphic here? The numbers score too, if you like, but the graphic is what we're really looking for here. NT results graphics.

Thank you!



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08 Jun 2013, 8:04 pm

Here is one link of results. People didn't post their graphic because you'd have to go through insurmountable odds just to get it to display.

http://www.wrongplanet.net/postx116055-165-0.html



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08 Jun 2013, 8:09 pm

redrobin62 wrote:


Thanks Red, but the aim is to have NT results posted here, in this thread.



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09 Jun 2013, 8:30 am

I took it as a control, since my husband is the Aspie. I was beyond a doubt NT. There wasn't any borderline to it.

Was you results -without a doubt NT-, or skirting near the borders of Aspie?



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09 Jun 2013, 9:18 am

For coughs and giggles....

I'm Bipolar I, mania type


Aspie 15/200

NT 196/200.


A little symtomatic, so I thought that might shift things around.

I forgot to notice your sig line.

My opinion on your score...


The test flat out asks for Aspie traits like stimming, sensory issues and social skills. My introvert sister (NT) took the test and got a mixed bag result like you. She hates social situations, history of depression, and has sensory issues due chronic head aches.

She has some Aspie like traits, but is no way an Aspie.

My Aspie husband's score is almost the exact opposite of mine. He was also clinically diagnosed by a top rated clinician.

It's a test and a data point. You can have Aspie-ish traits and not be an Aspie. People bounce their legs when stressed. Not everyone goes yee haw it's party time. None Aspies can have pretty intense special interest (think sports teams, trains. ..whatever)

I know many people woukd rather hear they are an Aspie than have GAD, social phobias, anxiety, depression, PTSD ...

So..consider if you aren't an Aspie, what does that mean to you? Your score is worth getting checked out by a clinician.

I'm Bipolar. It seems like evryone wants that as a severe mental illness diagnosis. -boggle-. Noone wants depression, ADHD or schizophrenic. Lol...Bipolar sucks. Hell, all mental illness blows (my opinion).

I'm just saying don't shoe horn yourself into a diagnosis that doesn't really fit. You might be missing more appropriate help.



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09 Jun 2013, 9:34 am

-duplicate post. This time dog layed on phone. Sorry-



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09 Jun 2013, 5:08 pm

Tawaki wrote:
I took it as a control, since my husband is the Aspie. I was beyond a doubt NT. There wasn't any borderline to it.

Was you results -without a doubt NT-, or skirting near the borders of Aspie?


Let's try again. If you wish to post your numerical score as well, that's okay, but it's not what this thread is about.

It's not for discussion of your situation or mine.

We're looking for THE GRAPHIC that came up with your score, and only if you scored NT results.

Please guys! Don't clog up the thread with other responses. Only the graphic on NT results.

Thank you.



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25 Oct 2013, 8:25 pm

We haven't exactly gotten any appropriate replies. Can we try once more?



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25 Oct 2013, 8:29 pm

Yo I took the test.



and my neurotypical score is 126 out of 200.


Thats bull. A lot of the questions have to do with personality. You can be extroverted and still be autistic. I'm not a stereotypical aspie. I play sports, im somewhat extroverted and I don't act nerdy. That doesn't mean i'm not autistic.

I have my problems, for instance I have an odd sense of humor and I often misrepresent myself with teachers. I come off as an as*hole sometimes even when I don't mean to be. Also, I have pretty bad attention problems. I never do my homework.


Not all aspies are the same.



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25 Oct 2013, 10:26 pm

Please don't use this thread to post anything but NT results graphics!! !



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26 Oct 2013, 8:14 am

Would a picture of a puppy or baby elephant be ok?