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Hier findet ihr einen Online-Test auf das Asperger-Syndrom und andere Formen von Autismus (Autismus-Spektrum-Quotient-Test/AQ-Test). Kein Autismustest, weder AQ, ADI, die Beobachtungsskala ADOS oder andere Testverfahren, können einzeln eine Diagnose stellen. Die Tests. ASPERGER FRAGEBOGEN AQ. Entwickelt von S. Baron-Cohen, Cambridge, UK​; deutsche Übersetzung: C.M. Freitag, Homburg. Originalveröffentlichung. Fragestellung: Testtheoretische Analyse des Screening-Fragebogens Autismus-​Spektrum-Quotient (AQ). Methode: Die psychometrischen Kennwerte des AQ. Er ist kostenlos, komplett anonym und wird automatisch ausgewertet. ASPERGER FRAGEBOGEN AQ Entwickelt von S. Baron-Cohen, Cambridge, UK; deutsche.

The Aq Test

Da vielen Menschen nicht selten gar nicht bekannt ist, dass sie an der Krankheit leiden, ist ein Asperger Test wie zum Beispiel der AQ-Test. ASPERGER FRAGEBOGEN AQ. Entwickelt von S. Baron-Cohen, Cambridge, UK​; deutsche Übersetzung: C.M. Freitag, Homburg. Originalveröffentlichung. Fragebögen und der Test wurden von Baron-Cohen und Kollegen (, , spectrum quotient (AQ): evidence from Asperger syndrome/high-functioning. The Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ). Der Psychologe Simon Baron-Cohen und seine Kollegen am Cambridge's Autism Research Centre (Zentrum für das. Online-Tests. Onlinetests können lediglich Tendenzen anzeigen. Für die Ergebnisse kann es auch viele andere Erklärungen geben. Eine gültige Diagnose. Da vielen Menschen nicht selten gar nicht bekannt ist, dass sie an der Krankheit leiden, ist ein Asperger Test wie zum Beispiel der AQ-Test. Machen Sie den AQ Test! Der Psychologe Simon Baron-Cohen und seine Kollegen an Cambridges Autism Research Centre haben einen. Fragebögen und der Test wurden von Baron-Cohen und Kollegen (, , spectrum quotient (AQ): evidence from Asperger syndrome/high-functioning.

I am an epistemophilic polemicist, forever lost in my own thoughts. Like my deceased cpousin, I too have epilepsy.

With epilepsy and a busy mind, anxiety can cripple me. In my mind every pending social interaction, that could possibly be negative, turns into the worst case scenario.

I had another job lined up, but my mother became septic and almost passed, my aunt died of pneumonia, and my son had a wreck.

In most of those unfortunate events, I was a victim. On more than one occasion my girlfriend has told me that she thinks I have Aspergers.

I became very defensive. I read that Einstein may have had Aspergers. That infuriated me to be honest.

Today I read that George Orwell most likely had Aspergers as well. This time I decided to do some research instead of becoming angry.

I realize that my anger was a way for me to stay in denial: Aspergers could be the root of my issues. I have a couple of questions. Some people do find it beneficial getting a formal diagnosis.

While others are happy to just keep living and seeking ways to cope and relate with those around them. If you are concerned at all or feeling depressed then please talk to your doctor and ask for some alternatives to assist you through these difficulties.

Thanks for this test Justine. I got a score of 26, and I think there IS overlap! My sister also HSP, now deceased had a son and two grandchildren with autism, and her other son is probably an aspie; and my late husband definitely had symptoms of Aspergers, so I have always felt familiar with the syndrome.

I am going to share this site with my two adult children who are both HSP. Do you know of any studies that confirm this possible overlap?

No I am not aware of any such studies. Interesting concept though. Please let us know what you find out during your research in to this topic. I feel lost.

I have very poor social skills and have struggled with this my entire life. I was looking for an Asperger ranged score but instead I got a Counseling has proved useless since I have no underlying traumas or out of the usual experiences.

I wonder if this test is only looking for typical traits of autism and missing exceptions that are less common and out of the norm to test?

I am 59, I have never had close friends but while working I had colleagues who liked what I did. Likewise at church and clubs I ran things, chosing to do rather than interact and again I was liked for this.

After a breakdown I was a perfectionist I retired aged 46, life then became difficult. I had to move as I could not afford a mortgage and in my new area nobody understands me and accuse me of being angry when I am upset.

I have no friends. I think I need a diagnosis as it scares me what will happen when eventually I cannot look after myself. I scored 36 on your test. I have twice asked my doctor for a diagnosis but nothing has come of it.

Here are some website links that may provide you with some helpful information. I figure God created me the way I am for a reason and that is quite good enough for me.

I function quite well in social situations. I deal with being awkward and not knowing how to respond or what people are joking about and other issues but I can make small talk for the most part.

I must vacuum the same way Every time. Like, I drive to the store or home the same way every time and if I ride with someone and they take a different route it drives me crazy.

If someone scratches me with their fingernails I lose my mind. I cant help it. But due to these things, I am incredibly creative. I love art and music and exceed in both.

It makes things difficult sometimes but I love that I am that way. I was never very concerned because my ability to function in social events, though I do dread them so.

But other traits I have had made me question. I did, however, score a 36 on this test. Some day I may see a professional and get a diagnosis but to me, it is not necessary.

It would only give me a deeper understanding of why I am the way that I am. I enjoyed this test though and this website is very informative!

Thank you! Have had a lot of problems relating to humans these past 35 years. The last one was 15 years ago. Since I have a hard time communicating with people, have never owned a cell phone, use the phone maybe once a week to talk to a family member, have never been in love with past sexual partners etc , I identify as a misanthrope.

Mostly I keep to my bibliomania. I took an empathy test a few minutes ago telling me I scored a 17 out of a possible 80 on an empathy test.

I scored 38 on the test and for some reason that made me feel better. I came across an explanation of Aspergers in a novel I was reading and it just sounded so familiar that I googled it and found you.

I always score like but the sounds questions always stump me. I have times where I shut down, I have a hard time wanting to do anything other than be at home avoiding life outside of my house.

I always thought my social awkwardness was due to being hard of hearing and not catching all that is going around me, and being introverted because of it.

Hi Kimberly I fully understand how difficult and even draining it can be talking and interacting with others. Some days I prefer to be alone and just have my own space.

But that is not always possible and also not always so healthy. I am so glad you have this quiz here. I showed it to my daughter who we have always suspected she was borderline Aspergers but had no resources to check.

Today, while I was fixing my hair she actually took the quiz and scored a She is now 20 and things have gotten so much more complicated because as a result of a messy custody battle for my son, I had to return to my state and leave her miles behind with roommates who quite possibly have misinterpreted the combination of problems she has with a bad attitude.

She was taking a long time to decide about looking for a job and was really scared that she would not be able to hold a job down and with the added pressure of looking for one things only got worse.

She applied for Social Security Disability here in Florida and got denied four times. Do any of our readers have any resources that could be useful or helpful?

If so then please leave a reply and let us know. Hi Justine and thank you for this website. Oddly enough, I never thought to take it before and just happened to stumble upon it on a google search.

Now my whole life is actually starting to make sense! Severe anxiety and depression, especially when having to deal with new situations involving interacting with other people, have always been the bane of my existence.

My dreams of meeting Mr. I still feel lonely, but not quite as isolated. What do I mean by that? They question it.

How does it work? It makes them smart. They are perceptive, they have a strong intuition. They can decompose things.

For example, often people are having conversations with ulterior motives. If we are particular attracted to the other person we want them to have a favorable perception of us, so we say and do things to encourage this.

We are trying to get the other person to have a particular cognition of us which may or may not be accurate. A person who can see this is not necessarily autistic.

Either unaware of partially unaware. In fact, you are probably very intelligent. One thing to keep in mind is that all human constructs including society, religion and everything else were us attributing purpose to things where there really is no purpose.

In fact, you would not have great authors, artists, filmmakers and probably scientists thinking outside of the box if you disallowed this entirely.

My wife keeps commenting she thinks i have some form of autism, i took your test 3 times and scored 42 and 41 twice.

The only question i changed were the pretending games as a child i thought i did but on second thoughts, all my games as a child involved exercise and never playing cops and robbers and such.

I dont have any friends, i dont have acquaintances. I think the last time i had a friend was when i was 15, im now My wife often tells me i am very blunt and rude to her friends, i just think i speak my mind.

Im not sure i understand the questions about imagination, i consider myself to have a very good imagination and when im walking to pick my children up from school or going to work i often make a story up in my head and play that story over every time i do both until it has a reached a satisfactory conclusion.

Do people with aspergers not have good imaginations? For the emotional aspect. Nor did i have the compunction to go to their funerals my wife told me i should go, my parents expected and asked me to go to all four i went to the first one with my wife and thought it was ridiculous to say things over a dead body who could no longer feel or think.

Now i know that is not normal. I know to think that is not normal. With all that said it seems like im an emotional robot, but i do cry at a film sometimes if im alone or a book.

My wife wants me to get tested but i just dont see how having some affirmation of an abbreviated shortcoming will affect my life.

Im currently working, my wifes working we have a very good life we go on holidays, drink alcohol a couple of times a year have all the latest gadgets.

I just dont see what a test would do. I seem to have a very good memory for certain things i can tell you the registration number of most of the cars that go to my childrens school, but i cant seem to remember a conversation i have had a week ago, nor what i cooked for tea the previous day.

I can remember hazy aspects about my life certainly but i can tell you with absolute clarity my grand mothers telephone number from 30 years ago when i was 7.

I know the number and address of every one of the 22 houses my contractor father dragged our family to during my childhood. If you read all this thank you.

The problem with all the known symptoms of most neurological as well mental health difficulties is that they are all similar.

Each label has a set criteria of symptoms which are the same, but in different varying amounts. For example: A child who is abused and neglected will develop relationships problems, is highly anxious and often have behavioural problems.

Similarly a child on the spectrum, could present with the same set of behaviours! As backgrounds are not routinely sought at assessment, many children are wrongly diagnosed, and their needs remain unaddressed.

It defines a set of behaviours! With or without the label! I wish you well. Mine seems to be quite specific, regarding sounds and social interactions.

In Elementary, I was a mess, then less so in Jr. High and Highschool. My confidence crumbled, etc. I now know a lot of it was due to my increasingly overbearing and selfish wife.

In essence while you may have been supported by your immediate family, I was slammed down over and over. I had thought I did pretty good, then I was told just how socially retarded I was, apparently.

But, that only just allows more understanding for yourself and especially others. I am Jessica. I have always struggled with making friends, which made my school years almost terrible.

I have had a few really close friends though, but some of them have really really hurt me, which made me retreat farther into my own shell. I have always been bullied and invisible.

Although I am only 17, I feel like having mental disorders has defined my life as terrible and it will never go well. It physically hurt to be in social situations when I was younger.

At home, I just say Go Away or something else more derogatory. I would beg God to make me normal but now I am happy to be me.

It took a very long time to reach that point. I hope it gets better with time for you. I used to get bullied when I was younger and still have such a hard time making friends.

In time you may find that this curse is also a blessing. Being a teen is hard to begin with and mental disorders make it even harder.

I just wanted you to know that a lot of other people have been in your shoes, and it gets better.

Stay strong. Hi I am a 47 year old woman in Scotland currently waiting for an assessment. I am a mum of 6 grown up children.

I decided to take the AQ test with my son, who has Aspergers to see how he answered the questions, so I could support him better. Well I was very shocked to score I then went to the doctor and now awaiting an assessment.

I have joined a local group for women on the spectrum and go along one a month. I have also went along to a neuro — diversity clinic where the lady did some tests and said I do show several red flags.

The thing is, I have read lots of things about ASD, and witnessed it first hand through my boys. Maybe I have just made some good adjustments in my life and taught myself many coping mechanisms, without realising.

I am just confused about the whole thing I guess. Although looking in my life I do have burnouts quite regularly and always wondered what caused them.

One very confused lady. I took this test and got a score of 32, went back and moderated some answers and scored 27 — not in the high range, but trending in that direction.

I am most definitely an introvert and much that I read about autism spectrum disorders sounds a lot like introversion combined with hypersensitivity and some level of OCD.

I do hope that focus on autism-spectrum personalities does not reinforce the idea that introversion is some kind of disorder — it is not.

I am not broken, just different from the dominant extroverts. Overall I function fairly well in the world but I have chosen a profession that allows me to work largely alone.

I look forward to and really enjoy my time alone, and need that time to restore after too much stress or too much dealing with people. Interesting test, look forward to learning more about the research.

My score is I am one of the few people with ADS not not have any non verbal problems or sensory issues but I had a wide variety of other autistic traits.

Then feelings of depersonalization set in for about a year as well and I felt my speech deteriorating. It become harder and harder to express my thoughts clearly, in order and with a sense of depth.

However, the stories of middle aged people on here discovering they could have ASD did give me a bit of hope. So I cannot be sure if I could have a clear diagnosis of ASD or my mental health is overlapping with the symptoms?

But I can relate with a lot of the ASD diagnosis criteria and I have scored a 33, which is a fairly consistent score on the other tests I have taken.

I got a score of 29 which according to the score interpretation means I have a borderline indication of an autistic spectrum disorder.

I kind of thought I had mild autism or aspergers when doing a course on Austistic Spectrum Disorders through work and finding that I could relate to some of the information we were given about autism and some of my traits seemed a bit Autism like including wandering off into a world of my own when I am supposed to be listening to what the managers at work are saying etc sometimes.

Also, I remember years ago, my sister saying she thought I was slightly autistic or something and to find out I am actually makes things a lot better!

It will also be a good thing in my job as a support worker because one of the chaps we will be supporting is autistic and this will make it easier to relate to him.

Hi Justine, It took over 2 hours of reading to get to this page but it was a good 2 hours. Hope you see my reply to Barry. My first test scored About that time I learned to climb out of the crib, and a month later my brother was born, so life got easier for a while.

The next blow came when I was 10, alone in the kitchen doing the dishes days worth? A counselor with training in EMDR helped me see the disorder and led me through to healing in sessions.

I say it was the counselor but really it was the Lord who sent me to her. To finally realize that at age 5 I had known that my dad wanted to whup me but that Jesus loved me and I had responded to Him.

Today I took the test again, answered it differently and scored By the way, reading through two years of replys, I see you have become a much warmer person.

Blessings on your ministry to we who suffer and need forgiveness. Interesting test. My wife had always suspected that our son could have ASD.

She also thought I may be effected as well. I scored a 33 and a 29, so I guess I am borderline. I actually have read very little about the effects of ASD.

I have multiple college degrees and have a good paying job that I love as a Mechanical Enginner. I always have been an introvert to a large degree.

I am not sure if that makes it appear that I am borderline ASD or I am just socially inept due to being introverted. Thanks for listening.

I seem to consistently score just under the definitive line on these tests not saying that the tests themselves are a proper diagnosis, but there is usually a line driven or some such saying it is rather likely.

For instance on this particular test, I scored In other words, far enough away from the standard of nuerotypical, but not quite reaching the threshold of near certainty.

I want an answer, but am afraid I would be wasting money. Part of me feels like if I approach them directly about this, the results of any diagnosis might be skewed due to the doctor searching intentionally for things that could be seen as ASD, resulting in a misdiagnosis.

Does anyone have advice for any of this? Thanks for posting the test. I have just this week starting considering this for myself.

I was watching a TV show with a character with Aspergers and started to see myself as a child in the little boy so I decided to do some research and found your online test.

I now see I have struggled with a lot of the Aspergers traits for most of my life. I hope to take this info and make better choices for myself in order to live a more fulfilling life within my comfort zone.

Enough of the cookie-cutter expectations of society. There is enough room in this world for everyone! Thanks again, Leslie. Yes I agree with you that there is enough space in the world for each of us.

Everyone of us with our strengths and challenges. I also like your comment about making better choices. That is something I need to remind myself to work on each and every day.

Hi Justine- I have taken the quiz twice now, with scores of 46 and Each person needs to decide if it will be beneficial to obtain a formal diagnosis or not.

As a starting point you could mention your concern about being on the Autism Spectrum with your doctor.

Thank you, really interesting doing the test. I have a relative with Aspergers and was very interestd in my score, thank you for such a good test, with straight forward interpretation x p.

I believe my husband also has Aspergers, more severe than our son, but he refuses to get checked out. Any advice?? Nicole, Im here as I think I have this condition.

My father can be very selfish also as can I. A few responses come to mind, I engaged with mental health and got a diagnosis only to have my partner of nine years and use my diagnosis to portray me as someone unstable and crazy and not capable of seeing my children.

The second point is of a similar vein people still face discrimination for all kinds of reasons, hence why people avoid issues.

Other people could be concerned of losing jobs or opportunities etc. Another point is some people dont have this condition but they have bad points in other ways ie they cheat they gamble they take drugs etc etc.

Im not saying its not hard for you just hope this is of some help. So, why do you want him diagnosed then? They love you too. Maybe he would be willing to go through some counseling or therapy, if needed, without having to take the test.

Would anyone recommend trying to get an appointment with my GP? It truly is a personal decision to pursue a formal diagnosis. Some people decide to go ahead and others feel that they are coping ok with life and they decide to live without seeking to be diagnosed.

From what you have said it does sound like you are finding some areas of life challenging. If you feel that these areas are causing you difficulty in your everyday life then in may be beneficial for you to seek out the opinion of your family doctor.

The main reason I am seeking diagnosis is that I am starting to have difficulties at work, particularly with the noise problem.

You may not be aware of this but employers have a statutory duty to make adjustments for employees with disabilities which ASD is classified as in the UK.

I am hoping to be able to concentrate more on the tasks I am comfortable with i. Based on what you have written about how your quality of life is being affected I would definitely recommend at least speaking to your GP to discuss your concerns.

Of course there is no cure, but I think a formal diagnosis will definitely help me to understand my strengths and weaknesses, and make changes where necessary.

I found the National Autistic Society website really useful, particularly the page about the process of being diagnosed. It helped that he had recently had a patient who had also had the sensory issues.

I would definitely recommend that you do the same, as it is obviously affecting your quality of life.

Umm, Hi! I was reading a book about Autism and Aspergers and I realized that I have a lot of similar characteristics.

The fixed routines, the characteristic tics, the social ineptitude, certain obsessions. I used to just write them up to me being socially awkward but I feel like my inability to follow conversations, school my expressions according to situations and even my coordination are getting worse.

And now after getting a score of 35 on this test I am worried. I am a final year medical student. How could I not know if I had Aspergers?

How do I confirm this? Should I see a psychologist? Any help would be much appreciated. Hi You sound like you are doing quite well on your own with the systems and techniques that you have set up for yourself.

I am 63 and a professor and have always been an outsider both physically and in thought. I find conversations with people to be boring and uncomfortable.

My mind wanders and have been called a daydreamer and distracted. When I offer my opinion I speak my mind — the truth and cannot stand being PC or attempts at being diplomatic.

It is how you say it I am told. Why would that make a difference? So, I tend to be the outsider but that is OK for my own sense of peace.

My score is very high, but I suppose it would be good to know where I actually fit in, give some light to what others think is my psychedelic mind.

When I was in the third grade, my mother told me I needed to let other people speak when I spoke with them; I worked on speaking patterns that allowed others to get in comments and even elicit responses from them.

By the time I was in high school I was able to have I thought normal conversations. Serendipitously, a former colleague gave me a call and told me he was just hired as the systems manager at a software vendor, and asked if I wanted to come work for him as a software developer; I accepted, and told my wife.

My wife told me she was glad we could stay in one place, but told me she needed to give me some advice. My wife told me that when I spoke to people I needed to stop speaking when they spoke, and to remain silent until they stopped talking.

I follow this algorithm my wife made for me, and it has greatly improved my ability to converse.

None of this has helped. I have zero friends; even my wife has become a frenemy. In summary, you should not seek a diagnosis.

I worked for one company for 19 years and a second for 6 years, both huge household name companies. I do the occasional contract job for anywhere from a half-day to four months, which is miserable.

On my last retail interview I know I blew it when I pointed out an error on their application form which, based on the date on the form, had been there since I am sure I think differently than most people.

It drives my family nuts when I move a pot to the optimum burner and center it to within a couple millimeters of dead center in two axis. Properly identifying and separating recyclables is another.

I recently posted a reply to a question on Quora which has been viewed by over K people and upvoted more than times, which has pleased me immensely.

The topic had to do with tasks people never do right. I also have zero friends and few acquaintances, which has had a negative impact on my job search.

I have zero contact with former co-workers. I never get asked to do anything social such as getting together for a beer or going out for a long bike ride.

Riding my bicycle miles is my only saving grace but I ride alone probably five times out of six and the sixth is a group ride based on Meetup.

Depending which way the wind is blowing, my wife is an enemy or a frenemy, as you put it. We would be divorced if I had a solid job and could afford to live on my own and have health insurance.

Instead, she tolerates my presence much of the time but has rightfully run out of patience. Second comment. I have always lived in my own world, and taken the comments about daydreaming, etc.

I have also always been uncomfortable with other people and find conversations about general things to be very boring, even taxing.

However, I have also never tried to fit in because that is also very tiring. So, bottom line is that I am usually the black sheep, especially as an academic.

I cannot be PC or diplomatic and so I say what I believe to be the truth — I wonder why people cannot just say it like it is?

It is all about how you say it I am told. Cannot understand why that would make a difference. Hi, my score is Can there be so many with this problem?

I relate to the issues very much and have always had serious problems with social situations. However, I am 63 and a professor. What do you suggest?

I was diagnosed with AS some 10 years ago and I scored 40 on this test, so it is accurate. Regardless of the score I have to highlight that diagnosis is done by a professional.

In any case, one of my parents is a psychologist specialised on the intellectually disabled. Long story short, I was never diagnosed and probably never will be.

Having recently had my 6yr old son diagnosed with Aspergers and myself undertaking a specialised course as a parent, I decided to do the AQ test, especially as I did struggle at schools and have failed work due to illnesses and depression.

Well, my result is Should I raise this with my GP? I am currently unable to work due to be severely disabled by ME and Fibromyalgia and wondered if the test result is a very strong indicator of having ASD and therefore if can be officially diagnosed add this to my disability and if I am too old to get help?

It is often a greater benefit for children and young people to be diagnosed as they can learn skills that will help them to relate and cope better in the world that we live in.

In answer to your question about getting a diagnosis for yourself, I do not have a simple answer. In truth, it needs to be a decision that you make yourself.

What I can say is that it may be a good idea to discuss it with your family and also with your family doctor. Once you bring it up then you can discuss your options and decide on the best way to move forward.

I hear what you are saying. Getting a diagnosis is certainly often not that easy or inexpensive. Frustrating, but true. I got a score of When I was a kid, of about 8, my parents took me to a children psychologist, because they thought I was too involved in my interests I used to love to know everything about every type of mineral and fish on the planet, and I used to carry around with me a huge notebook with all the information.

My parents sent me to a summer camp, but I refused to interact with the other children, I spent hours and hours with my notebook and my rocks.

This psychologist, however, said that there was nothing wrong with me. A kid used to bother me at school and I bit him on the arm.

As a teenager, my social interactions are difficult at best. I hate social situations which involve new people, or many people.

I like to hang out with my friends in small groups of three or four people at a time. My birthdays, which is when I have them all with me, are always a stressful experience.

When my grandfather died, five months ago, she scolded me because I was able to go on with my life like nothing had happened. My grandfather had practically raised me and he lived in my house until the day he died.

But I try, god knows I try. I jam just not able to understand how they can feel so much, it is beyond me. I use the computer from 2. My experience is that we all process loss and other experiences in our lives differently.

But I guess many times we expect others to act and behave in the same way that we would. Only one is actually definitely related to an autism diagnosis.

So it really boils down to these questions:. I would rather go to a library than a party. I find it hard to make new friends. New situations make me anxious.

I enjoy social occasions. I enjoy meeting new people. I enjoy social chit-chat. I am good at social chit-chat. I find it easy to do more than one thing at once.

I enjoy doing things spontaneously. Out of that lot, I get 9 out of I also suggest that autism itself is multi-dimensional, which is supported by the spectrum and constellation ideas.

It includes some of those newer-recognised characteristics like sensory sensitivity, but separately.

Makes me think I'm in the awkward corner of autism, out on an elbow as it were. Your neurodiverse Aspie score: of Your neurotypical non-autistic score: 69 of You are very likely neurodiverse Aspie.

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What is the accuracy of the AQ test? Reply Cancel Cancel. Top Replies. I think you're looking for the diagram below. It should be clear from this why they set the threshold at Each question allows the subject to indicate "definitely agree", "slightly agree", "slightly disagree" or "definitely disagree".

Approximately half the questions are worded to elicit an "agree" response from neurotypical individuals, and half to elicit a "disagree" response.

The subject scores one point for each question which is answered "autistically" either slightly or definitely. Factor analysis of sample results have been inconsistent, with various studies finding two, three or four factors instead of five.

In the initial trials of the test, [10] the average score in the control group was The authors cited a score of 32 or more as indicating "clinically significant levels of autistic traits".

However, although the test is popularly used for self-diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders , the authors caution that it is not intended to be diagnostic, and advise that anyone who obtains a high score and is suffering some distress should seek professional medical advice and not jump to any conclusions.

A further research paper indicated that the questionnaire could be used for screening in clinical practice , with scores less than 26 indicating that a diagnosis of Asperger syndrome can effectively be ruled out.

It is also often used to assess milder variants of autistic-like traits in neurotypical individuals. Although most students with an autism spectrum disorder have average mathematical ability and test slightly worse in mathematics than in general intelligence, some are gifted in mathematics [14] and autism spectrum disorder has not prevented some adults from major accomplishments.

The questionnaire was tried on Cambridge University students and a group of 16 winners of the British Mathematical Olympiad to determine whether there was a link between a talent for mathematical and scientific disciplines and traits associated with the autism spectrum.

Mathematics, physical sciences, and engineering students were found to score significantly higher, e. The average score for the British Mathematical Olympiad winners was From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Autism Spectrum Quotient or commonly referred to as AQ Test is a survey designed with a set of well researched questions which intends to examine whether grown-ups of normal knowledge have side effects of disorders that are of extreme autism range conditions.

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If all other sites open fine, then please contact the administrator of this website with the following information. Im not sure i understand the questions about imagination, i consider myself to have a very good imagination and when im walking to pick my children up from school or going to work i often make a story up in my head and play that story over every time i do both until it has a reached a satisfactory conclusion.

Do people with aspergers not have good imaginations? For the emotional aspect. Nor did i have the compunction to go to their funerals my wife told me i should go, my parents expected and asked me to go to all four i went to the first one with my wife and thought it was ridiculous to say things over a dead body who could no longer feel or think.

Now i know that is not normal. I know to think that is not normal. With all that said it seems like im an emotional robot, but i do cry at a film sometimes if im alone or a book.

My wife wants me to get tested but i just dont see how having some affirmation of an abbreviated shortcoming will affect my life. Im currently working, my wifes working we have a very good life we go on holidays, drink alcohol a couple of times a year have all the latest gadgets.

I just dont see what a test would do. I seem to have a very good memory for certain things i can tell you the registration number of most of the cars that go to my childrens school, but i cant seem to remember a conversation i have had a week ago, nor what i cooked for tea the previous day.

I can remember hazy aspects about my life certainly but i can tell you with absolute clarity my grand mothers telephone number from 30 years ago when i was 7.

I know the number and address of every one of the 22 houses my contractor father dragged our family to during my childhood. If you read all this thank you.

The problem with all the known symptoms of most neurological as well mental health difficulties is that they are all similar. Each label has a set criteria of symptoms which are the same, but in different varying amounts.

For example: A child who is abused and neglected will develop relationships problems, is highly anxious and often have behavioural problems.

Similarly a child on the spectrum, could present with the same set of behaviours! As backgrounds are not routinely sought at assessment, many children are wrongly diagnosed, and their needs remain unaddressed.

It defines a set of behaviours! With or without the label! I wish you well. Mine seems to be quite specific, regarding sounds and social interactions.

In Elementary, I was a mess, then less so in Jr. High and Highschool. My confidence crumbled, etc. I now know a lot of it was due to my increasingly overbearing and selfish wife.

In essence while you may have been supported by your immediate family, I was slammed down over and over. I had thought I did pretty good, then I was told just how socially retarded I was, apparently.

But, that only just allows more understanding for yourself and especially others. I am Jessica. I have always struggled with making friends, which made my school years almost terrible.

I have had a few really close friends though, but some of them have really really hurt me, which made me retreat farther into my own shell.

I have always been bullied and invisible. Although I am only 17, I feel like having mental disorders has defined my life as terrible and it will never go well.

It physically hurt to be in social situations when I was younger. At home, I just say Go Away or something else more derogatory.

I would beg God to make me normal but now I am happy to be me. It took a very long time to reach that point. I hope it gets better with time for you.

I used to get bullied when I was younger and still have such a hard time making friends. In time you may find that this curse is also a blessing.

Being a teen is hard to begin with and mental disorders make it even harder. I just wanted you to know that a lot of other people have been in your shoes, and it gets better.

Stay strong. Hi I am a 47 year old woman in Scotland currently waiting for an assessment. I am a mum of 6 grown up children. I decided to take the AQ test with my son, who has Aspergers to see how he answered the questions, so I could support him better.

Well I was very shocked to score I then went to the doctor and now awaiting an assessment. I have joined a local group for women on the spectrum and go along one a month.

I have also went along to a neuro — diversity clinic where the lady did some tests and said I do show several red flags. The thing is, I have read lots of things about ASD, and witnessed it first hand through my boys.

Maybe I have just made some good adjustments in my life and taught myself many coping mechanisms, without realising.

I am just confused about the whole thing I guess. Although looking in my life I do have burnouts quite regularly and always wondered what caused them.

One very confused lady. I took this test and got a score of 32, went back and moderated some answers and scored 27 — not in the high range, but trending in that direction.

I am most definitely an introvert and much that I read about autism spectrum disorders sounds a lot like introversion combined with hypersensitivity and some level of OCD.

I do hope that focus on autism-spectrum personalities does not reinforce the idea that introversion is some kind of disorder — it is not.

I am not broken, just different from the dominant extroverts. Overall I function fairly well in the world but I have chosen a profession that allows me to work largely alone.

I look forward to and really enjoy my time alone, and need that time to restore after too much stress or too much dealing with people.

Interesting test, look forward to learning more about the research. My score is I am one of the few people with ADS not not have any non verbal problems or sensory issues but I had a wide variety of other autistic traits.

Then feelings of depersonalization set in for about a year as well and I felt my speech deteriorating. It become harder and harder to express my thoughts clearly, in order and with a sense of depth.

However, the stories of middle aged people on here discovering they could have ASD did give me a bit of hope.

So I cannot be sure if I could have a clear diagnosis of ASD or my mental health is overlapping with the symptoms?

But I can relate with a lot of the ASD diagnosis criteria and I have scored a 33, which is a fairly consistent score on the other tests I have taken.

I got a score of 29 which according to the score interpretation means I have a borderline indication of an autistic spectrum disorder.

I kind of thought I had mild autism or aspergers when doing a course on Austistic Spectrum Disorders through work and finding that I could relate to some of the information we were given about autism and some of my traits seemed a bit Autism like including wandering off into a world of my own when I am supposed to be listening to what the managers at work are saying etc sometimes.

Also, I remember years ago, my sister saying she thought I was slightly autistic or something and to find out I am actually makes things a lot better!

It will also be a good thing in my job as a support worker because one of the chaps we will be supporting is autistic and this will make it easier to relate to him.

Hi Justine, It took over 2 hours of reading to get to this page but it was a good 2 hours. Hope you see my reply to Barry. My first test scored About that time I learned to climb out of the crib, and a month later my brother was born, so life got easier for a while.

The next blow came when I was 10, alone in the kitchen doing the dishes days worth? A counselor with training in EMDR helped me see the disorder and led me through to healing in sessions.

I say it was the counselor but really it was the Lord who sent me to her. To finally realize that at age 5 I had known that my dad wanted to whup me but that Jesus loved me and I had responded to Him.

Today I took the test again, answered it differently and scored By the way, reading through two years of replys, I see you have become a much warmer person.

Blessings on your ministry to we who suffer and need forgiveness. Interesting test. My wife had always suspected that our son could have ASD.

She also thought I may be effected as well. I scored a 33 and a 29, so I guess I am borderline. I actually have read very little about the effects of ASD.

I have multiple college degrees and have a good paying job that I love as a Mechanical Enginner. I always have been an introvert to a large degree.

I am not sure if that makes it appear that I am borderline ASD or I am just socially inept due to being introverted.

Thanks for listening. I seem to consistently score just under the definitive line on these tests not saying that the tests themselves are a proper diagnosis, but there is usually a line driven or some such saying it is rather likely.

For instance on this particular test, I scored In other words, far enough away from the standard of nuerotypical, but not quite reaching the threshold of near certainty.

I want an answer, but am afraid I would be wasting money. Part of me feels like if I approach them directly about this, the results of any diagnosis might be skewed due to the doctor searching intentionally for things that could be seen as ASD, resulting in a misdiagnosis.

Does anyone have advice for any of this? Thanks for posting the test. I have just this week starting considering this for myself.

I was watching a TV show with a character with Aspergers and started to see myself as a child in the little boy so I decided to do some research and found your online test.

I now see I have struggled with a lot of the Aspergers traits for most of my life. I hope to take this info and make better choices for myself in order to live a more fulfilling life within my comfort zone.

Enough of the cookie-cutter expectations of society. There is enough room in this world for everyone! Thanks again, Leslie. Yes I agree with you that there is enough space in the world for each of us.

Everyone of us with our strengths and challenges. I also like your comment about making better choices. That is something I need to remind myself to work on each and every day.

Hi Justine- I have taken the quiz twice now, with scores of 46 and Each person needs to decide if it will be beneficial to obtain a formal diagnosis or not.

As a starting point you could mention your concern about being on the Autism Spectrum with your doctor. Thank you, really interesting doing the test.

I have a relative with Aspergers and was very interestd in my score, thank you for such a good test, with straight forward interpretation x p.

I believe my husband also has Aspergers, more severe than our son, but he refuses to get checked out. Any advice??

Nicole, Im here as I think I have this condition. My father can be very selfish also as can I. A few responses come to mind, I engaged with mental health and got a diagnosis only to have my partner of nine years and use my diagnosis to portray me as someone unstable and crazy and not capable of seeing my children.

The second point is of a similar vein people still face discrimination for all kinds of reasons, hence why people avoid issues. Other people could be concerned of losing jobs or opportunities etc.

Another point is some people dont have this condition but they have bad points in other ways ie they cheat they gamble they take drugs etc etc.

Im not saying its not hard for you just hope this is of some help. So, why do you want him diagnosed then? They love you too. Maybe he would be willing to go through some counseling or therapy, if needed, without having to take the test.

Would anyone recommend trying to get an appointment with my GP? It truly is a personal decision to pursue a formal diagnosis.

Some people decide to go ahead and others feel that they are coping ok with life and they decide to live without seeking to be diagnosed.

From what you have said it does sound like you are finding some areas of life challenging. If you feel that these areas are causing you difficulty in your everyday life then in may be beneficial for you to seek out the opinion of your family doctor.

The main reason I am seeking diagnosis is that I am starting to have difficulties at work, particularly with the noise problem.

You may not be aware of this but employers have a statutory duty to make adjustments for employees with disabilities which ASD is classified as in the UK.

I am hoping to be able to concentrate more on the tasks I am comfortable with i. Based on what you have written about how your quality of life is being affected I would definitely recommend at least speaking to your GP to discuss your concerns.

Of course there is no cure, but I think a formal diagnosis will definitely help me to understand my strengths and weaknesses, and make changes where necessary.

I found the National Autistic Society website really useful, particularly the page about the process of being diagnosed.

It helped that he had recently had a patient who had also had the sensory issues. I would definitely recommend that you do the same, as it is obviously affecting your quality of life.

Umm, Hi! I was reading a book about Autism and Aspergers and I realized that I have a lot of similar characteristics.

The fixed routines, the characteristic tics, the social ineptitude, certain obsessions. I used to just write them up to me being socially awkward but I feel like my inability to follow conversations, school my expressions according to situations and even my coordination are getting worse.

And now after getting a score of 35 on this test I am worried. I am a final year medical student.

How could I not know if I had Aspergers? How do I confirm this? Should I see a psychologist? Any help would be much appreciated.

Hi You sound like you are doing quite well on your own with the systems and techniques that you have set up for yourself. I am 63 and a professor and have always been an outsider both physically and in thought.

I find conversations with people to be boring and uncomfortable. My mind wanders and have been called a daydreamer and distracted.

When I offer my opinion I speak my mind — the truth and cannot stand being PC or attempts at being diplomatic. It is how you say it I am told. Why would that make a difference?

So, I tend to be the outsider but that is OK for my own sense of peace. My score is very high, but I suppose it would be good to know where I actually fit in, give some light to what others think is my psychedelic mind.

When I was in the third grade, my mother told me I needed to let other people speak when I spoke with them; I worked on speaking patterns that allowed others to get in comments and even elicit responses from them.

By the time I was in high school I was able to have I thought normal conversations. Serendipitously, a former colleague gave me a call and told me he was just hired as the systems manager at a software vendor, and asked if I wanted to come work for him as a software developer; I accepted, and told my wife.

My wife told me she was glad we could stay in one place, but told me she needed to give me some advice. My wife told me that when I spoke to people I needed to stop speaking when they spoke, and to remain silent until they stopped talking.

I follow this algorithm my wife made for me, and it has greatly improved my ability to converse.

None of this has helped. I have zero friends; even my wife has become a frenemy. In summary, you should not seek a diagnosis. I worked for one company for 19 years and a second for 6 years, both huge household name companies.

I do the occasional contract job for anywhere from a half-day to four months, which is miserable. On my last retail interview I know I blew it when I pointed out an error on their application form which, based on the date on the form, had been there since I am sure I think differently than most people.

It drives my family nuts when I move a pot to the optimum burner and center it to within a couple millimeters of dead center in two axis.

Properly identifying and separating recyclables is another. I recently posted a reply to a question on Quora which has been viewed by over K people and upvoted more than times, which has pleased me immensely.

The topic had to do with tasks people never do right. I also have zero friends and few acquaintances, which has had a negative impact on my job search.

I have zero contact with former co-workers. I never get asked to do anything social such as getting together for a beer or going out for a long bike ride.

Riding my bicycle miles is my only saving grace but I ride alone probably five times out of six and the sixth is a group ride based on Meetup.

Depending which way the wind is blowing, my wife is an enemy or a frenemy, as you put it. We would be divorced if I had a solid job and could afford to live on my own and have health insurance.

Instead, she tolerates my presence much of the time but has rightfully run out of patience. Second comment. I have always lived in my own world, and taken the comments about daydreaming, etc.

I have also always been uncomfortable with other people and find conversations about general things to be very boring, even taxing. However, I have also never tried to fit in because that is also very tiring.

So, bottom line is that I am usually the black sheep, especially as an academic. I cannot be PC or diplomatic and so I say what I believe to be the truth — I wonder why people cannot just say it like it is?

It is all about how you say it I am told. Cannot understand why that would make a difference. Hi, my score is Can there be so many with this problem?

I relate to the issues very much and have always had serious problems with social situations. However, I am 63 and a professor.

What do you suggest? I was diagnosed with AS some 10 years ago and I scored 40 on this test, so it is accurate. Regardless of the score I have to highlight that diagnosis is done by a professional.

In any case, one of my parents is a psychologist specialised on the intellectually disabled. Long story short, I was never diagnosed and probably never will be.

Having recently had my 6yr old son diagnosed with Aspergers and myself undertaking a specialised course as a parent, I decided to do the AQ test, especially as I did struggle at schools and have failed work due to illnesses and depression.

Well, my result is Should I raise this with my GP? I am currently unable to work due to be severely disabled by ME and Fibromyalgia and wondered if the test result is a very strong indicator of having ASD and therefore if can be officially diagnosed add this to my disability and if I am too old to get help?

It is often a greater benefit for children and young people to be diagnosed as they can learn skills that will help them to relate and cope better in the world that we live in.

In answer to your question about getting a diagnosis for yourself, I do not have a simple answer. In truth, it needs to be a decision that you make yourself.

What I can say is that it may be a good idea to discuss it with your family and also with your family doctor. Once you bring it up then you can discuss your options and decide on the best way to move forward.

I hear what you are saying. Getting a diagnosis is certainly often not that easy or inexpensive. Frustrating, but true. I got a score of When I was a kid, of about 8, my parents took me to a children psychologist, because they thought I was too involved in my interests I used to love to know everything about every type of mineral and fish on the planet, and I used to carry around with me a huge notebook with all the information.

My parents sent me to a summer camp, but I refused to interact with the other children, I spent hours and hours with my notebook and my rocks.

This psychologist, however, said that there was nothing wrong with me. A kid used to bother me at school and I bit him on the arm. As a teenager, my social interactions are difficult at best.

I hate social situations which involve new people, or many people. I like to hang out with my friends in small groups of three or four people at a time.

My birthdays, which is when I have them all with me, are always a stressful experience. When my grandfather died, five months ago, she scolded me because I was able to go on with my life like nothing had happened.

My grandfather had practically raised me and he lived in my house until the day he died. But I try, god knows I try.

I jam just not able to understand how they can feel so much, it is beyond me. I use the computer from 2. My experience is that we all process loss and other experiences in our lives differently.

But I guess many times we expect others to act and behave in the same way that we would. This is often not beneficial.

As in the case with your mother expecting you to react in a certain way that she understands. Or nearly me. I started replying to one then saw more and more,.

No one else like it! It focuses on the negative stuff: frustration, embarrassment, social ineptness feelings. Everyone does it, aspergers or not.

Anyway, Thanks for providing the website, the comments pages certainly brought a knowing tear to my eye and a great opportunity for potential and knowing aspie folks to support each other.

I tried to be reasonable when I answered the test, and still got If I had been completely truthful it would probably be higher. And still functioning.

I should look into this. I am a 16 year old girl in the US, and a few months ago my friend told me that I might have Aspergers. But I have heard that girls with Aspergers might be a bit more socially developed….

It has been a couple of months since I saw that psychologist, but I started wondering again if I had it. I scored a 46 on this test. A good first point of research is a professional website from your local area or country.

You may considering using the Contact details on the website above. You can then ask them for more information on finding someone you can talk to in your local area.

One advantage of contacting a professional organization such as mentioned above is that they specialize in this field of autism and autism spectrum disorders.

Hence they can point you in the right direction. Hi my name is Marcos, and I got 27 on the test. Since the start of secondary school, I have become socially awkward.

These were the only friends that I had, and without them I felt alone. I wandered what it meant to be friends, and if it can be broken off just like that.

One of my main problems is I find it difficult to laugh. I also find it difficult to socialise or make new friends, and often feel exhausted after going out with friends.

Hi Marcos I always enjoy hearing from our visitors. So thank you for sharing your comments. Again, please keep in mind that this quiz is not a diagnosis!

It may give an indication that further research needs to be done on the topic, but it does not say either way if you are on the autism spectrum or not.

One good place to begin gathering further accurate information on autism and aspergers is to search online. Then look for a professional organization website for your country or region.

I scored a 40 on this test. Im 38 years old. I was in the US Navy for almost 11 years. Im a licensed engineer by the USCG as a merchant mariner.

I have always found getting along with people hard and understanding how others think weird. As a child i collected baseball cards and cataloged them and even wrote which ones i still needed and put them in numerical order.

But other parts of my life were chaotic, i went throuh drugs use but never completely addicted. I have always had a addictive personality ie..

Gambling and drinking always. I always liked playing RPG even still to this day i like gaming. I never had many friends and i still dont.

I have been through 2 divorces and im married now again. We have a daughter who we think might have austism cause shes 3 years old and still not speaking only making sounds but she is so smart we ask her colors and she knows she remembers me telling her things that i said no too.

She understand when shes doing something she cant that we so no she stops and acknowledges us. So that got me thinking about myself and if i have some form of austism.

I also love numbers i consider myself a numbers guy not words i dont like words word puzzles. Sudoku is one of the best games i ever played i love i like firguring out the combinations of what doesnt go vise what should go its easier for me.

Anyways im hoping i can get some advise on me and my daughter at what steps to take next. Also i have always been super high energy some say im wired Still i am hyper and i love energy drinks i would rather be sped up than slowed down.

I sleep normally but cant sit still very long unless playing game or watching tv or movies that interest me.

Also it really bothered me that i had to scroll down responses to be able to make my post. Can you put the posting area up at the top instead???

I hear what you are saying about scrolling down through all of the other comments to make your own comment. I understand that can be frustrating.

I have the newer comments at the top, but am limited by my theme with the box for visitors to leave new comments down at the bottom of the page.

I do not know of any way to move this comment box up to the top of comments. Sorry about that. I am currently in the process of dealing with the stress on my personality from a marriage with a beautiful wife who has a past full of abuse.

The intense emotional baggage she brought to our marriage and coping with that has accentuated my ADHD and tended me towards depression, but I have always been relatively cold.

I have been toying with the idea of Aspergers for a while now, and the 26 I got on this test is about where I expected myself to fall.

However, I am actually posting a comment for a different reason. I am currently a web developer for the company PerfectCube L. I have linked the website in the provided field , and have worked on many forms of websites.

At first glance, yours appears to be a WordPress site, in which case I may be able to help you with the comment box moving above the comments themselves.

If you are interested, send me an email at the address I attached. I would send you my PerfectCube email, but I am terminating my employment there after 4 years to finish out my Computer Science degree.

I simply cannot do the half school half work with my wife and two children. Anyway, let me know if you would like the help. Thanks for either producing or maintaining such a service to help those struggling to better understand their lives and how to support those they love most.

Hi Adam Thank you for your kind offer to help out with moving the comment box up on the page. I appreciate your kindness. The possibility of being an autistic recently came to light after I had looked up varying symptoms of dyslexia.

A lot of the symptoms applied to myself when I was younger and some now. I used to make noises repetitively or repeat a certain word over and over again without even noticing.

I do now. I would cover my ears. I can understand things figuratively. Do you think these is enough cause to go get this checked out professionally?

I would then suggest that you contact the site and ask them for further information and direction. They keep labeling her as different things and wanting to medicate her and move on.

When my two younger kids started school and their behavior was called out also, I finally realized that Aspergers is hereditary and took the test myself.

Several times. Acting, gaming, and storytelling are very structured and make social interaction so much easier. I also wish you the very best as you are evaluated and seek further information on autism spectrum disorders.

It is certainly not always an easy path, but often knowing brings more peace than just wondering. Who would pretend to do something like that?

I just wanted to know if anyone has any advice on what to do. Thank you, Annonymous. I though could talk about my favourite loves for hours but had no friends to talk to.

Some people were nice to me but I never really had proper friendships until I was an adult. A couple of who have become true friends. Now I just need to make the decision to have it formally diagnosed by my psychologist.

Hi Ann Yes it is not an easy decision whether to seek out a formal diagnosis or not. Nor is the process always fast or simple. With the family history then it may, as you say, be worth following up to set your mind at ease and know for sure.

I truly do wish you all the very best and pray it all works out well for you. Hello my native language is not english but ill try my best anyways.

I have realized now at 25 years of age that i must have aspergers syndrome. I am in the process of getting a diagnosis on my own through the local hospital.

What do I say to get them to seriously look into this? I tend to ramble…hopefully this made sense. Also divorced once. Hi there was you son on the aspergers spectrum as I have done the test for one of my foster children and it gives a positive reading which is what I thought as I have worked a little with aspergers thanks Sharyn x h.

I take anxiety meds and antidepressant meds. In fact, I feel more like I have a guys brain, and therefore find it easy to talk and communicate with guys.

My first and only boyfriend was an aspie without a doubt undiagnosed , and the people that I do click with are aspies, so what the hell?

I rather be one or the other…. I got a score of Does that mean I have aspergers? And my step mum mentions aspergers a while back Because she was wondering if I had it but I never got tested.

Are the results true or could be true? Yes its very likely you have aspergers. If you are concerned the best would be to visit your doctor.

Many of the questions do not have the answer i want to say. I almost refuse to go to Walmart. I have never had a formal dx, but my sister and nephew are Aspies and i hve several friens who are too and i like hanging with them.

The test is somewhat unfair as some of these problems are overcome in adulthood with self-discipline and training and, thus, no longer apply.

I scored a 30 and I know for a fact that I do have AS because I did struggle with a lot of the hypothetical situations used in the questionnaire. Adult patients, such as myself, have overcome some of these problems, which they struggled for a long time as kids.

I think I need an expert in AS, or, even better, a professional who has AS because they may be able to diagnose it. When I first read about it, admittedly in my adulthood, something truly snapped in me.

Sure, some symptoms are open for interpretation and can be misperceived. Many people have peculiar interests.

I do not take those as definite, indisputable symptoms of AS but two things truly, truly stood out:. For example, in boarding school I was talking to a classmate who was from Japan.

I told her about my fascination with her country and how I would love to visit it. What do I next? My friend just invited me. For example, I never knew exactly what money laundering was.

For a long time I always thought that putting money in laundry machine, or washing them in water then hanging them to dry was illegal.

Then I realised it was doing something illegal with money. To this end, I decided to look up foreign languages.

I studied Spanish and I knew how to conjugate every verb, to differentiate between the use of subjunctive and predicative. All self-taught and by the time I was 16, I was put in advanced Spanish in high school.

Around the age 18, I switched to Russian. I was fascinated greatly by the structure of Russian grammar, without giving any consideration or having any interest in the country itself, or its culture.

My interest was purely in Russian grammar and syntax. Let me be clear about my academic performance: I would ace foreign language courses, but I did miserably poor in other courses, to the point where I would even fail a class.

I do not think I am intelligent, by any standard, I just have an idiosyncratic approach to academic knowledge; I would only excel in things I was interested in.

Results can vary, because we change depending on what one is dealing with, how one feels at the time of the test. If you take this test on a fairly good day, results might be lower number.

If you take it when feeling more frazzled, results will likely be a higher number. Also, one learns to cope more effectively over time, generally; how one copes when first tested, one year, can differ from how one has learned to cope some years later, or even the next day.

So, maybe it can be significant to actually take the test every so often, to track results, then average them over time?

Even what we eat makes a difference. The test is only -one- factor [yet a significant one] in overall evaluation for ASD. My lord. Just here to say, do not be frightened if your child has aspergers!

My mother told me all about it! I was proud of myself to be in the same spectrum as hundreds of geniuses! I get bullied on the daily!

Tell yourself how lucky you are! He was only dienogsad with aspergers about a year ago once he began to feel safe and comfortable in our home. He was mainstreamed in a public school last year and by the end of the year he had 37 refferals 15 in house suspensions and 10 home suspensions all for inpulsivity and inappropriate social skills.

Having him home gives us the ability to involve him in appropriate social activities and work more closely with him on teaching skills appropriate for each setting.

This kind of teaching would not be possible in a public school setting and as our son showed us last year his need for one on one teaching was necessary.

I must say though that as you all know each asperger child is very different in every way and what works for one might not work for another.

We are learning more and more each day about this disability and your emails are very helpful. I wish we could afford to purchase your program but until then we will just keep gleaning from the bits we do get.

Thank you How do I find the test I took a few months back? Do I have to take the test again? Or is there a way to find my original test results?

I took this test as there are quite a few things I find other people abnormal for not doing. I scored 36 and thought it was just another scam test sort of thing so I asked my wife to take it, she scored We have a 2 year old daughter who is also constantly praised for how intelligent she is and shows a few other traits.

My family criticizes that, too — what do they know??? If you were an outcast to everyone from day one, you probably are.

So, I took this test, and the identical questions on another site without realizing at first, but then finishing it as a control.

I scored a 36 then a I also scored an 11 on an EQ test. I have many of the signs of Aspergers, and as a child had a lot of signs common in children with Aspergers, and I connect with a lot of what Aspie vloggers are talking about dealing with.

Should I pursue a pro-diagnosis? Yes I would definitely bring it up, the symptoms for girls are different, hopefully will blog about this at some point.

Hi, My 11yr old son was diagnosed several years ago with Aspergers, adhd and anxiety and has just received SEN.

I know I have Aspergers traits and I just want to be able to help myself so I can help my son. By the way I took the this test twice just to be sure and I scored I feel so trapped because although my son is on paperwork perceived to be getting the help he needs he is not book 2?!

Yet if I had a diagnosis it would offer me a certain amount of empowerment when dealing with the daily issues that have a huge impact on our lives.

Are there any support groups for women in my position; info, anything at all. I took the test suspecting I might be a bit of an Aspie but scored a lowly 17 — very surprised!

Expected to be borderline at least. A bit like being a Jew in Nazi Germany although not quite that bad! And they do. So of course I try to avoid being in those situations as much as I can, which means avoiding my fellow man for the most part.

I look at their mouth instead, to focus on what they are saying. It upsets me a lot if my routines are disturbed, especially if it involves doing something spontaneous.

I find it very difficult to do more than one thing at a time, and do frequently get so strongly absorbed in one thing that I lose sight of everything else.

Sounds like Aspergers, right? But then there is a bunch of other stuff which caused me to get a low score on this test: Despite what I wrote above, I actually find normal people quite interesting — the stuff they get up to is often interesting and amusing.

More fun than going to the library for sure. For the same reason I would rather go to the theater than the museum.

As for reading fiction, I loved that as a kid and would like to read more now in middle age but feel too guilty about taking the time for it.

Then there were questions about numbers. No I am not fascinated by dates or numbers. Just not very interested in numbers for their own sake. A few of them are more broadminded though, and with those I have a chance.

So i had a few relationships, but much fewer than a typical normal guy. Have now been married mostly happily for 15 years.

Besides my wife I have no real friends, just a few friendly acquaintances who I might exchange an email or two with every few months.

I like it that way. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this thread. DA, This is not the best test to take example in my comment above. This was probably put together for a thesis of some sort.

Some of what you describe can be attributed to other disorders, and not autism at all. I am glad you found someone you can share your life with.

It certainly make life a bit easier if you have a supportive partner or friend in our life. I met someone by posting an add on kijiji that i was searching fro a female geeky buddy adn anne turns out to work fro the aspergers autism association here in lon while being idetnified when she was Actually, I find this to be a fairly comprehensive albeit, short at only 50 questions test.

My score was not surprising: 45 out of The reason some of the questions are asked again but re-written slightly is an old-school testing technique to prove the answer is 1 honest and 2 accurate.

I understand why it was pulled under ASD, but I also understand why it should have been left as its own, separate disorder diagnosis.

Autismresearchcentre also has some very comprehensive test documents and worksheets that, ironically, include this exact test except in Word format — I prefer this site, instead that help a person better pursue a specific direction if here is some doubt, still.

My score was Useful info. I bookmarked it. I score Some people may fall more into the alexithymia syndrome but think they have aspergers.

This results in feeling rather isolated and unable to connect. I am from Iceland, 71 years old.

I, of course, had never heard of this, and was thrilled, because then I understand what was wrong, and that was because of some chemicals not reaching enough to my brain.

Not feeling comfortable with people around me, although they are close to me, some stress, and feel best when can have a day alone.

Borderline with 29, but might have to answer more from the list? I write and paint, my partner is a writer, we have written book about us openly trying to communicate, he is really asp.

As the Aspie professor from Salford says in his blog — we are artists — with LIfe being our medium. Should I perhaps be concerned about this?

If so, how shall I tell my dad or someone else? The information handed to me was quite limited, unfortunately. Perhaps there is a certain structure I need to speak in or a formulae?

I have trouble speaking and I prefer to be hidden. If anyone has any solutions or anything on this peculiar matter please do reply.

And I apologise if I seemed too formal in writing this, I like to expand my vocabulary often. Thanks for sharing this test online.

Hi, I am 35 and was just made aware of the syndrome took a test and found that I scored a I have known for a long time, that I think differently than most people, but having read a little about it and seen a video or two things make a little more sense.

I am I look a lot younger than I am. I am vegetarian. I get car sick and sea sick. Playing video games makes me feel nauseous.

I find it difficult to concentrate and I have a poor social memory. I scored 42 here. I was officially diagnosed a few months back at the age of 54, but the Psychologist did it without my doing any test.

He just asked me lots of personal questions for 20 minutes, and noticed I made very little eye contact with him when I was talking. I know I have Aspergers, but was interested to see what the results would be.

Surprisingly, or should I say not surprisingly answering the questions was hard for me. Many depending on the situation I could have answered in more than one way.

Which means I could most likely have scored even higher if I knew exactly what was wanted in an exact situation. Multipile answer questions where the answers are subjective for someone like me is a nightmare.

So a 7 minute questionair will take WAY longer than that. This test could explain my diagnosis of adhd and or other.

Age 28, never felt like i belonged in this noisy fast moving world. I what is i. The countless addition of information classified through my hippocampus could ever be so irritating.

Spontanious fits due to the sounds and gestures from commotion around as if i were to swat away a fly. Well thats that.

Hi earth. Makes sense of my behavior especially in social situations and interactions. I am a parent of 4 sons.

Maybe its a bit late in the day to be officially diagnosed however having an understanding of the symptoms brings clarity and areas of my behaviour and life experiences now make a lot of sense.

The light came on! As they mentioned there are shared symptoms so you can learn a lot from tips that have help other people. Knowing why I felt so different from pears, family and others, without blaming myself in the process, has been very reasuring.

Having so many members in the family that understand your challenges, would have been a blessing for me : , I am glad you have such an amazing family.

I have a nephew that I am suspecting to have Aspergers syndrome. I am planning to print this test and ask him to answer the question.

I would like to know what is the score in order to determine if he has Asperger syndrome. Can you please tell me, so I can help him.

He is going to be 27 years old this year. Please reply. Thank You! I dont think i have Aspergers. As far as i knew Aspergers was declasified. I think it was replaced by some social anxiety disorder.

I might be wrong. It still exists. Yeah, you are wrong. Asperger never was declassified nor is it the same as a social anxiety disorder.

Aspergers is part of the Autism spectrum disorder ASS and is diagnosed as such. So there was merely a reclassification according to new scientific research.

Hope that clears things up. I still suffer from extremely intensified senses, sleep disorders, a unique way of processing speech and severely impaired social skills due to a dysfunction in theory of mind and many other issues that come with this disability.

The social anxiety you mentioned comes from that and depression is also often a comorbidity. Hope that helps, best, Magica. Nope, you are not Asperger.

Everything is spectrum, even normality. If you function in the world, you are fine. The Swedish study tracked adult autists for decades.

Results just published. The first study of adult autism ever. According to the study, the average lifespan of an adult autist is just 37 years!

Now think about it. Not the syndrome defines the person. I was only diagnosed aged 34 and my life was hard.

Really hard. It could have been much easier and I would have suffered much less would I have been diagnosed and got help at your age. Wishing you all the best!

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Do I have aspergers? What are the symptoms of autism? These may include: Challenges with social interaction Maintaining eye contact Social awareness -understanding social clues such as facial expressions, body language, tones of voice and sarcasm Sensitivity to sensory input Obsessive interests Strong imagination Intense attention to detail One of the behaviours exhibited is a tendency to identify patterns and recall phone or car number plates.

Is the test result different in women It is important to note that the effects of autism spectrum disorders are different in women to men. How do you test for Aspergers?

How long does the AQ Aspergers test take? It should be noted that this is not a replacement for seeing a mental health expert.

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