Autism Spectrum Quotient Test (+16 years)
The Autism-Spectrum Quotient Test (abbreviated to AQ) is a diagnostic questionnaire designed to measure the expression of Autism-Spectrum traits in an individual, by his or her own subjective self-assessment.
80% of adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders scored 96 or more on the Autism Spectrum Test. However, please note that whilst scores of 96 or more are considered to be indicating clinically significant levels of autistic traits, this test is not intended by its authors as a self-diagnosis, and those who obtain high scores should be seeking professional medical advice.
Screening tests scores more accurate results when they are taken in a distraction-free environment. Please avoid distractive noises and activities, take the time you need reading and answering questions.
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