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which type do you score the highest for?
add combined type 17%  17%  [ 4 ]
add inattentive type 43%  43%  [ 10 ]
cingulate system hyperactivity 9%  9%  [ 2 ]
limbic system hyperactivity 22%  22%  [ 5 ]
basal ganglia hyperactivity 9%  9%  [ 2 ]
Total votes : 23

Ravenclawgurl
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09 Apr 2013, 6:27 pm

darn the test is no longer there



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09 Apr 2013, 6:59 pm

This guy seems to be taking misdiagnosis of other conditions as ADD and interpreting these as 'subtypes' of ADD instead of realizing they're misdiagnosed.

For example, the 'ring of fire' subtype is actually bipolar disorder, and limbic ADD is really depression.



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09 Apr 2013, 7:31 pm

found the test on another website yay! google is awesome

http://www.oneaddplace.com/add-test.php






Your ADD Type Results

Your results indicate that it is likely you have ADD

Your results indicate that it is unlikely you have Inattentive ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Over-focused ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Temporal Lobe ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Limbic ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Ring of Fire ADD



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09 Apr 2013, 9:01 pm

I got the exact same results, not very helpful...


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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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09 Apr 2013, 9:02 pm

I relate to all of this so much right now...much more than my self-identification with ASD at the moment. My mom and psychiatrist think that I have ADD.

Your results indicate that it is likely you have ADD
Your results indicate that it is unlikely you have Inattentive ADD
Your results indicate that it is likely you have Over-focused ADD
Your results indicate that it is likely you have Temporal Lobe ADD
Your results indicate that it is likely you have Limbic ADD
Your results indicate that it is likely you have Ring of Fire ADD

Holy crap...it's like I can relate to every symptom....

Excessive daydreaming
Has trouble with time (for example, frequently late or hurried, tasks take longer than expected, projects or homework are “last minute” or turned in late)
Strong tendency to get locked into negative thoughts, having the same thought over and over
Work or schoolwork deteriorates under pressure
Tendency to turn off or become stuck when asked questions in social situations
Tendency to worry needlessly and endlessly
Frequent search for high stimulation
Quick responses to slights that are real or imagined
Trouble sustaining friendships, promiscuity
Chronic sense of underachievement, feeling you should be much further along in your life than you are
Frequent feeling of demoralization or that things won't work out for you
Chronic problems with self-esteem/negativity
Chronic procrastination or trouble getting started
Poor organization and planning, trouble maintaining an organized work/living area
Easily overwhelmed by tasks of daily living
Some adults with ADD are very successful, but often only if they are surrounded with people who organize them.
Restlessness, constant motion, legs moving, fidgetiness
Trouble sitting still, such as trouble sitting in one place for too long, sitting at a desk job for long periods, sitting through a movie
An internal sense of anxiety or nervousness
Easily distracted, tendency to drift away (although at times can be hyper focused)
Difficulty learning new games, because it is hard to stay on track during directions
Frequently misplaces things
Family history of ADD, learning problems, mood disorders or substance abuse problems
Periods of low energy, especially early in the morning and in the afternoon
Frequently feeling tired
Difficulties falling asleep, may be due to too many thoughts at night
Difficulty coming awake (may need coffee or other stimulant or activity before feeling fully awake)


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My longtime psychiatrist has confirmed that I do not qualify for an ASD diagnosis (but have traits & OCD-like traits).

Mostly keeping a distance from ASD-related things (including WP).


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09 Apr 2013, 9:21 pm

60 on the first one (lots of ADD tendencies)

Your results indicate that it is likely you have ADD

Your results indicate that it is unlikely you have Inattentive ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Over-focused ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Temporal Lobe ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Limbic ADD

Your results indicate that it is likely you have Ring of Fire ADD

Don't know what this means.

I have Nonverbal Learning Disorder really badly. I think this LD is very hard to separate from ADHD in certain areas, so I don't put too much stock in the results.