Asked by Anonymous
I only saw it once. I like it that they tested it on autistic people. I got a 34. I wish there had been more questions on sensory issues. There seemed to be few on that topic. I would have to know more about their method of constructing it to give it a good critique. It seems fine as a tool to help people see if they show enough traits that learning more could be useful. Given the difficulty and expense of accessing healthcare, especially here in the U.S., I am glad free tests exist as a preliminary step toward research or diagnosis.