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    32 - 50 is very high (most people with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism score about 35)
    50 is maximum
     
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    Your score: 24
    0 - 10 = low
    11 - 22 = average (most women score about 15 and most men score about 17)
    23 - 31 = above average
    32 - 50 is very high (most people with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism score about 35)
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    Your score: 40
    0 - 10 = low
    11 - 22 = average (most women score about 15 and most men score about 17)
    23 - 31 = above average
    32 - 50 is very high (most people with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism score about 35)
    50 is maximum

    I am diagnosed with Asperger's.
     
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    My score was 24. I don't think it means anything.
     
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    34- But I have Asperger's syndrome.
     
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    I am actually surprised it is as high as that. *shrug*
     
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    I think that's more attributed to social anxiety, though. It's not necessarily Asperger's toif you're simply socially uncomfortable or introverted.
     
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    50 is maximum

    This must be the only time I can think of when I have gotten the average score on anything.
     
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    Wow.
     
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