CHAT Test for Autism | Comments

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  • My baby sister got 44%... but some questions were opposite... so... idk...

    PUTZthecat100 Jun 17 '15, 8:54PM
  • Girl:do you think I'm pretty?
    Boy:no
    Girl:do you want to be with me forever?
    Boy:no
    G irl:will you cry if I walk away?
    Boy: no
    The girl walks away tears running down her face.the boy grabs her arm.
    Boy:I don't think your pretty your beautiful I don't want to be with you forever I need to be with you forever,I won't cry if you walk away I will die if you walk away. Boy:Please stay with me?girl:I will.
    Tonight at midnight your true love will realize he likes you.ifyou don't send this to 5 other quizzes you will have relationship problems for th next 10 years if you post this on 10 other quizzes you will get everything you want tomorrow. PS THIS REALLY WORKS!!!!

    Quiz lover20918 Mar 7 '15, 11:29PM
  • I think that some of the questions have been reversed. The question if your child likes to be bounced on your knee is labeled a marker for autism if you answer yes. I changed my answer to "no" to see what would happen, and my scored dropped, so it is incorrect. It was impossible for me to get a "0" even when I fiddled with the answers. When I looked up the quiz on another site, it had almost the same questions, but they were labeled correctly.

    Staciemich Jan 11 '13, 9:37PM
  • I think that some of the questions have been reversed. The question if your child likes to be bounced on your knee is labeled a marker for autism if you answer yes. I changed my answer to "no" to see what would happen, and my scored dropped, so it is incorrect. It was impossible for me to get a "0" even when I fiddled with the answers. When I looked up the quiz on another site, it had almost the same questions, but they were labeled correctly.

    Staciemich Jan 11 '13, 9:34PM
  • Uhh

    AllHailLelouch Feb 9 '12, 12:58PM
  • It's mind boggling why this so called "scientific" test is still online?!?! I tried doing it for my 3-year old and got 26%. I tried doing it in multiple ways, just to get a "zero" and I couldn't! Then I read the comments and it clicked -- some of the questions are just plane wrong! What most people would acknowledge as normal kid behaviour (because it IS!) is counted as a sign of autism! f---ing hell! As if we parents don't have enough to worry about! This test NEEDS.. TO BE.. REMOVED!! End of.

    mememememe Dec 15 '10, 12:39AM
  • It's mind boggling why this so called "scientific" test is still online?!?! I tried doing it for my 3-year old and got 26%. I tried doing it in multiple ways, just to get a "zero" and I couldn't! Then I read the comments and it clicked -- some of the questions are just plane wrong! What most people would acknowledge as normal kid behaviour (because it IS!) is counted as a sign of autism! f---ing hell! As if we parents don't have enough to worry about! This test NEEDS.. TO BE.. REMOVED!! End of.

    mememememe Dec 15 '10, 12:38AM
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    speciallyforu57 Sep 24 '10, 10:35AM
  • Problem is, kids do develop differently and no one is "perfect". No child with a few of the "markers" listed would be identified as autistic. While any of the markers might cause concern, you would need to have either a high percentage OR certain markers (self-stimming, not walking, never gives eye contact, etc) before I would rush to my doctor.

    BC_alaska Jul 30 '10, 4:48PM
  • OMG this test is horrendous! I answered the questions for my autistic son and then again with all the answers you should get for a "normal" child and it still came up at 16%!!!!!!!!!!! What a worrying test for parents of children with absolutely nothing autistic going on!! I am horrified that any this test is on the internet. It should be removed immediately.

    alfief Jun 20 '10, 3:44PM
  • hi , my son is 5 being looked into adhd and aspergers.both my sons was never given this test, was there a time when they started doing the test as seems so strange both my boys where missed.
    both boys showing signs now, very upset wasnt offered me this would have saved a lot of stress.is there other cases like this out there.
    lisa

    liza Feb 11 '10, 3:37PM
  • I don't necessarily think this test is specific enough for small children. There should be a more accurate test for my almost three year old. He has some signs, but I mean really.... There should be a sometimes category for these questions. Also why isn't there any questions on repetitive behavior? Or abusive behavior? Or obvious frustration because he can't make his needs known? A new quiz should be made.

    yannieyan84 Dec 28 '09, 10:45AM
  • first signs non profit has information on scoring and proper administration of the MCHAT

    deboraharin Nov 18 '09, 7:34AM
  • Dear all,
    this is a well researched screening tool for autism but the scoring is not straightforward. Some of the questions are not counted in determining risk (i.e. does your child like to be bounced). It is irresponsible to post this quiz without explaining clearly how it is scored, who it is designed for and that it is NOT meant to diagnose- but rather be used by pediatricians as a quick screening tool during well checkups to find children ONLY ages 12-36 months at RISK for autism spectrum- nothing more, nothing less... if you would like to see which items are important and how this test is scored go to [no urls]

    deboraharin Nov 18 '09, 7:32AM
  • Why are these bizarre comments on this site? KWHero's is just insane.
    My friend took this for her son who has vision problems. This can point to several disabilities, or to a child who is very quiet and introspective.
    I think you should filter these comments.

    lvnpeace Sep 27 '09, 11:04PM
  • Please remove this incorrect test!!!

    john Sep 2 '09, 10:58AM
  • i got 30% and im in the enrichment program (a.k.a. a smart person)

    demoned angel May 16 '09, 11:06PM
  • The scoring is irrelevant.. in general if you score more no's then it would be worth getting the results checked out by a professional.. I wish I'd had access to this test when my son was this age..

    tarakaberry Apr 22 '09, 8:54PM
  • I got 26% when my mum did this test for me :D I'm 12 years old

    RainbowChild Feb 6 '09, 9:51PM
  • I agree with xrox. Questions 3,4,5 and 7 are signs of a healthy child not one with autism. I was testing my nephew for autism witch he most likely has and for fun I tested my daughter who definitely does not have it. She scored 23% and I thought that was wrong so when I saw what xrox had to say I changed the answers to 3,4,5 and 7 and she got 0%. Children at age 3 should want to bounce on your knee, play with other children partake in pretend play and want to climb on things. Who came up with this test any way? The age group for children should be broke down more as well. A 3 year old and an 18 year old are going to behave differently of course. Some one should fix this.

    mebluhm May 24 '08, 11:43AM
  • According to this test questions 3,4,5 and 7 are signs of autism if answered "yes"? Yeah, right!! This test should be removed or at least corrected.

    xrox Apr 2 '08, 11:04AM
  • Your score is 85%

    Your test has indicated that your child may possess nearly all of the indicative markers that can be for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Because the wording of the test can be interpreted in different manners, please follow up with your Pediatrician at your earliest convenience.

    It probably means 18 and lower.
    (I'm 17++)

    Yes and I'm Autistic.

    ysmonologue Mar 8 '08, 4:50PM

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