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  • Those spelling errors. I went through the entire quiz hoping that the person did them on purpose, thank God they did. Also, I got 13% neurotypical and am still wondering if I am just becoming hyper-aware of things because I'm researching autism, which I think I might have. What should I do if I don't have the courage to tell the people around me that I need to be diagnosed?

    EvysCold
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  • TWENTY-ONE PERCENT? That's it?! How on earth have I reached adulthood having gone undiagnosed? Apart from never having seen professional -- actually, no, that'd do it, I reckon. And I was completely homeschooled, so it's not like I would've been diagnosed 'at school' either.

    Elvella
    1
  • I'm 14% neurotypical. Well then. Where the hell do I go from here?

    ExpressoDepresso
    1
  • 3% nerotypical..uh..i should..see doctor..damn..but 3 is a lucky number, and one of the ones in my rules (which i have to follow or else)

    TwentyOne3
    1
  • ... I got 16% neurotypical... and I have never been diagnosed with anything.

    Should I be worried or something?

    Ventus The Fox
    1
  • I'm a bit scared because it said I was 48% neurotypical..

    I wasn't diagnosed with anything.. Is it bad if I'm autistic? I really try my best to talk to people :'') I just want to be normal...

    PockySmoky
    1
  • 12% lol

    Liulfr
    1
  • 18%

    Sparks247
    1
  • 9%, It bothered me to to select Duh as an answer.

    Sithyvixen
    1
  • 18%. I've suspected for a while I'm somewhere on the spectrum and my mother believes so too i just don't know how to go about getting a professional's opinion and/or diagnosis. :/

    nothinghere
    1
  • 28% neurotypical. I'm not autistic, but even my psychiatrist of fourteen years says I'm "odd." She said that if I wasn't so good at picking up social cues (or rather, handling situations where I don't), I would definitely be diagnosed. I'm probably just strange though.

    SwiftM
    1
  • 9% neurotypical I do not know what to say about that I have never been diagnosed with neurological issues

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  • 16% ! What am I, a potato?

    GoToQuizUser
    1
  • 54% Neurotypical, yeah, people thought I was a autistic because I acted like one when I was little but never thought like one, all my past meltdowns, my old anxiety and other traits have nothing to do with bothering or loud noises.

    For example, when I covered my ears in the past because of loud noises, it didn't hurt at all, I was only scared to become deaf and hear nothing.

    When I had meltdowns, it happens for no reason, I was traumatized because of my dad being violent with my mom in the past, and because of my past sensibility, I had meltdowns everywhere, even where no one is there and when it's quiet, and it also happened due to my paranoia, I was scared of people insulting me and then the fact that my own fear happened, I got an emotional meltdown, I tried to kill myself by banging my head on the wall.

    I know it's too much, but I want to prove that it's not autism in case some of you think of it.

    Mabire
    2
  • You are 98% neurotypical! 98%

    You are sort of neurotypical, but also show signs of autism. You probably enjoy intellectual activities more than socializing or maybe you enjoy socializing, but you aren't a genius at it. You could be autistic, but may not be.

    Ohohohoohoh
    0
  • You are 46% neurotypical! 46%

    You are sort of neurotypical, but also show signs of autism. You probably enjoy intellectual activities more than socializing or maybe you enjoy socializing, but you aren't a genius at it. You could be autistic, but may not be.

    Ohohohoohoh
    1
  • I can highly relate to SamD. Even though I can ride a bike, thanks for sharing that bro.

    Rossana
    1
  • 39% I was diagnosed with it and the stigma gets to me. I do have people who help me through it though. I'd probably be in the cemetery right now if it wasn't for them. (Sorry if this triggered anyone)

    Rossana
    1
  • I created the quiz when I was 16, and spellcheck didn't work on my computer very well at the time. I would delete the quiz, but it's locked so I can't

    emberscatsootie
    1
  • Mwa ha, I was, like "I totally have to PM the creator and mention the grammatical errors!"

    Coburn
    1
  • I didn't create the gender question, the site automatically puts in it. I wouldn't have a gender question at all if it was up to me. By the way, it does not affect your result. It's kind of annoying that the site makes you include that question.

    emberscatsootie
    3
    • Im a cis-woman but I was bothered there was not an option for those who are fluid or do not identify as a gender.

      Sithyvixen
      0
  • Why doesn't the gender queation have a non-binary option? It's not fair that I have to answer with what I was assigned at birth when I'm neither male nor female. And it has been proven that more people on the autism spectrum are gender non-conforming them those who are not on the spectrum.

    AlexisRae
    0
    • That's a valid point. I think it might be an automatic question that's on all quizzes like these one quiz I saw said they couldn't remove the question.

      SwiftM
      0
    • It's because you are either a male or a female. It's that simple.

      Liulfr
      1
  • There are some questions that dont have a possibility that fits what my reaction could be.

    If it happens if it would,
    18 legs on a one hound...
    One has to tolerate what one can not change!

    bubbag
    1
  • 7 percent neurotypical..

    ceboidea
    1
  • Creator of quiz here again. I meant to say "At the time, I was not allowed to use the internet after 11:00 so didn't have time to proofread it (or ask anyone for help because I am the world's worst proofreader) and I was tired of making it and didn't really want to look it again so posed it" as well.

    emberscatsootie
    1

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