would this just be a mild case? or no case?

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05 Jun 2014, 5:32 pm

my Aspie score was 107 out of 200 and my nt score was 99 out of 200. How does this compare to everyone else? I know Aspergers is supposed to be a mild form, so I wanted to know what my results meant. Any information would be helpful. ( I know I didn't link the test I took, someone here gave it to my in the chatroom and I cant seem to find it)

on the NT side, the only thing I scored high in was emotion, I scored low on everything else. On the aspie side I scored an average to low amount in all the categories but it was very high in the talent section. My IQ just from a couple of online quick test I did is between 132-140. Thanks again for the help!



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05 Jun 2014, 5:40 pm

It is just an online test, it means next to nothing. Take it one day when your depressed. forget about it and take it again months later when your in a good mood. I bet the results are vastly different.


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05 Jun 2014, 6:10 pm

try this very brief test based on the criteria docs use for AS:

www.iautistic.com/test_AS.php



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05 Jun 2014, 6:29 pm

cathylynn wrote:
try this very brief test based on the criteria docs use for AS:

www.iautistic.com/test_AS.php


yes it said likely to be autistic. I guess that answers it lol. Thank you



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05 Jun 2014, 6:29 pm

cathylynn wrote:
try this very brief test based on the criteria docs use for AS:

www.iautistic.com/test_AS.php


yes it said likely to be autistic. I guess that answers it lol. Thank you



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05 Jun 2014, 6:51 pm

I just took that very brief test and got "likely to be Autistic"


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05 Jun 2014, 7:30 pm

You probably took the rdos.net quiz. Anyway, ASD is a spectrum.


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05 Jun 2014, 7:44 pm

theredcore wrote:
my Aspie score was 107 out of 200 and my nt score was 99 out of 200. How does this compare to everyone else? I know Aspergers is supposed to be a mild form, so I wanted to know what my results meant. Any information would be helpful. ( I know I didn't link the test I took, someone here gave it to my in the chatroom and I cant seem to find it)

on the NT side, the only thing I scored high in was emotion, I scored low on everything else. On the aspie side I scored an average to low amount in all the categories but it was very high in the talent section. My IQ just from a couple of online quick test I did is between 132-140. Thanks again for the help!

online IQ tests are fake,will need to ask a specialist to do the test in person,its timed and it is very indepth,the WAIS is a good one as it judges both verbal IQ [vIQ] and performance IQ [pIQ], aspies have a tendency to have a better verbal IQ than performance, and high functioning classic autists have a tendency to have a better performance IQ.
some aspies have NLD [non verbal learning disorder] as well which gives them a terrible PIQ.


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