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high score!

A place where high scores are found in psychometric tests!


The Aspie 5 took more effort than some other tests. 200 questions is a lot of questions to get perfect answers with. This test was the coolest one because it had an informational chart. The first time I took this test, I didn't answer several questions because this test has the option to do that and I wasn't sure how to interpret them and I still ended up with a ninety five percent likely neurodivergent. I saw other people display pictures of their chart... they were all over the place. Mine had perception going strong in both directions, making my perception particularly unusual. I'll have to get perfect the other way to see if both sides when combined make a butterfly.


AQ-10 - I had a near perfect score the first time I took it, so there wasn't much to figure out.

AQ - usually some confusion in reading the sentence correctly... but it's not a hard score to achieve


The EQ test seems like the high score for ASD would be more like golf, aim for the lowest score, but in fact the EQ is hunting for ASPD(socio/psycho+paths). Get a 0 and you might get a new home you aren't allowed to leave. Normal seems to be a score in the forties, ASD seems to be a score in the teens or twenties, and the maximum EQ score available is 80.


I'll present the high score that won't get someone locked up. An 80. (Personally, I got a 16 on this thing, but I figured out what answers were needed to get an 80.)


RBQ-2A - this doesn't take a lot of thought to get a perfect score


Cat-Q - pretend to be awesome at social because shame might occur if you're not - do or die ASD ninja training


RAADS-R - a cold hearted ASD test... no HSPs allowed - in this one 65 is check into, while 100 points above that is definitely... my first test of this was more than 100 points above 65, being 174... so getting to the high score seen here still took a bit of effort


SQ test - this isn't a hard test to figure out, but misreading the questions is pretty easy - also, this was the only test all the answers were identified already on the page, so when I had 148, I didn't have to take forever to find that question, just go over each answer one by one by the copied key to find the question I misread

the less important?


OAQ-G2 - the sub categories were too long to get everything covered in a screenshot. For this one, the inverse answers were given to the test, meaning a perfect score was simple and quick.


Toronto Alexithymia Scale - a test you don't want the high score on... getting this score would mean you are completely out of touch with your feelings... you simply can't describe what you are feeling when you are feeling it - it happens - and still, better this than the high score on the EDA-QA.


TEQ - Toronto Empathy Questionaire - I started to try the key as some of these tests include one, most do not, but then I was like I'll just wing it. Perfect score. No adjustments necessary.

EDA-QA - probably not the test you want a high score on - While I seem to read about regression in this or that way closely or vaguely related to ASD - from caused by a major life change like a move to something that looks more like a desire to escape life for a moment without paying the monthly fees for World of Warcraft (agere, infantilism) - this high score seems to represent something like regression in a way that is a complete avoidance of life... which is different than an escape - an escape is controlled, there is an accepted dependency period and an expected period of responsibility with an escape because life still has homework... even if it has a different name.


ASRS 1.1 an ADHD test


ASRS-5 a max score for an ADHD test


The Big Five - perfect score... all fives with low as possible neuroticism


VASQ - high score! this one confused me, as I did too well on it but wasn't sure why, but the correct answer is once I found out you can bomb this test with a score in the mid-50s by just selecting unsure for every question then the rest was easy


LSAS - Liebowitz - there is no effort to maxing your score in this test... it's incredibly obvious how it works


ESQ-R - this revised version was digitized, the other one was an office document - the way this works is curious. ALL statements are NEGATIVE. A never is a 0, which has no height and therefore no colorful graph to show as seen here. If you pick zero on everything, it's blank, but if you pick sometimes on everything, you get all strengths, as your lowest marks are your strengths, your highest marks are your weaknesses. So, that is to say, the maximum score with colors is sometimes on all questions. Principally speaking, it's just a character test with 5 character aspects considered important. No real difference from the Big 5, but the approach to success on the test is different.

(Because the first questions are suicide related presenting the possibility of an authority being contacted without notice due to a concern of an activity of self harm.)
(Aren't you being paranoid?)
(No. I'm being realistic. There absolutely should be an authority alert when the button to calculate the answers is pressed if those suicide questions are positive.)
(You're just saying it's too hard.)
(Actually, I think it looks incredibly easy to max out the score, but directly worded suicide questions mean stay away from being too playful with this test.)


But, the gold standard! Well, I don't know about you, but I found plenty of detail regarding information about it. Seems to me if you create patterns with objects and avoid looking at the person while focusing on the minor details or any animated scenes, you pass. Perhaps there's a testing for response to glare and another for a loud noise. It's all recorded, they can look at it later. It'll be the same. I don't advocate this, I'm just saying these tests involve choices that if your knowledge of how the test defines things is sufficient, your results will be whatever your aim, including to hide. It's also important to consider when they start watching you - is it when you arrive at the building, when you arrive in the waiting room, when you first speak to a doctor, during the phone call to make the appointment, the first email correspondence - your approach should not very greatly from when and during the test and after the test while they still may be watching and recording to watch again later. (cat-q principles there - which cat-q looks like social engineering in hacking to me. humblebundle has lots of books on this sort of concept throughout the year in ebook sales) The thing is, the more I ponder it all, the more I wonder what is real and what is fabricated - especially with identical symptoms on schizophrenia and autism. (So does an active prayer life and active Bible study turn autism into schizophrenia? I just don't like that murky water.)

What about the new blood test? That'll still leave 5 out of every 100 ASDs out in the cold. Still, it's better than the Gluten Allergy blood test that's 1 out of 2 correct(How is that even science?). The gluten blood test gets me, because I've read that people who have a gluten allergy actually behave more antisocial with prolonged consumption of gluten, are known to hallucinate, learn slower, or even hit a brain fog state finding thinking clearly hard during high enough exposure periods. How is knowing that information only important enough for a test that is 50% accurate? --- Wait, did you just put autism with gluten allergy, which has accepted testing methods that are unreliable, can bring hallucinations and delusions that a diagnosis of schizophrenia looks for? Actually, that's science. It's alright, though. My grandfather had blood clot issues that were diagnosed two years late, only after getting a manic diagnosis that the blood clots caused. When they finally found the blood clots issue, the manic diagnosis was never rescinded. Medical Practice

Wait, so this entire post is simply you being a brat because you're not on a gluten free diet that you should be on? All those symptoms you stated are because you've had them? I think you're jumping to conclusions.


Looks like the VIA and Emphasizing-Systemizing test(a merge) are left. I'm surprised so many tests got done so fast. That's nice. The tests I didn't show the results for were self scoring, not scored by a program.

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