This is the blog of Kelly Jennings, science fiction writer.
I scored a 31. THIRTY ONE.Thirty two is an indication of Asperger's. Fascinating. They have science-based labels on their chart...I wonder where humanities-based people typically land?
I got a 23. That means I'm actually a bigger nerd than you are. Huh. I'm gonna have to think on that one for a while. . .
So I just reported the findings to Mr. OLP, and his comment was, "Uh, YEAH. You are WAY more obsessed with details and little things than she is. Are you kidding? You are like a 10 and she's like a 7." Got room on your couch for Mr. OLP?Hrmph.
I scored a 35. I've always known I don't fit into neat categories of people though, and this is just another thing of that kind to me. I don't have Asberger's. I had an idiopathic seizure at 19, and another one at 49. That's two, but I don't have epilepsy either. I'm not a usual sort of person, and I'm okay with that. I graduated from law school, have a full-time job, pay the bills, and love my wonderful husband. That's normal enough. --L
Also, L, you know, I wouldn't trust these online tests. They aren't put together by actual professionals, usually, but by some tool who's read some book or some articles or some blogs somewhere. They're just games, like those online IQ tests, and those tests tha are supposed to tell you where you fall on the political spectrum -- you can tell this one isn't very valid, for instance, because it says I'm a computer science nerd, which anyone who knows me would say, well, wait now?
I'm twenty...haha. I'm less geeky than you.
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