Thursday, 23 August 2007

Retest

The link for the 'AQ' test that most of you couldn't access a couple of weeks ago is working again now.

I just did it again. The first time I scored 7, this time I got 6. Asperger's is not my syndrome.

11 comments:

Blue Witch said...

Scores over 32 are generally taken to indicate Asperger's Syndrome or high-functioning autism, with more than 34 an "extreme" score.

Whew. Got away with that one then :)

Z said...

On a third attempt, I took it as I would have been in my teens, very shy and avoiding social occasions at any cost, I got 24, which put me at maths test genius or something (I just received a phone call which distracted me somewhat). I don't quite see the correlation there.

mike said...

I scored "maths test winner" 24, wich places me 6 points higher than the average male but 12 points lower than the threshold for Asperger's. Rubbish at multi-tasking, un-fond of spontaneity, rather over-fond of meaningless stats, but redeemed by empathy, imagination, and "social chit-chat" skills.

Z said...

I'd have thought spontaneity was one of your fortes, Mike

The Boy said...

I scored a 9, but I used to win maths tests, so am very disappointed...

Z said...

You've got it all, Boy - good at communicating and good at maths. Bit of a geek too, by any chance? ;-)

PI said...

That's really weird. I scored 18 and am an average man - but I was a woman the last time I looked.

Z said...

But in touch with your masculine side, it seems

luckyzmom said...

19 average female physicist. What is a physicist?

Z said...

Someone who knows a whole lot more about physics than I do?

dharmabum said...

i'm with luckymomz too. and i was pretty kicked - not that i know much physics, but i used to (and still am) be fasnicated by it