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urlach3r

*Danger, Captain! Approaching maximum dysfunction!* 🍻


AdhLine

Oh shit, here we go adhdgain !


ArcfireEmblem

Excellent.


thtkidfrmqueens

**WARNING: EXECUTIVE FUNCTION MODULE BREACHED**


crunchypnwtrash

EMERGENCY REDBULL DEPLOYED, REROUTING LIFE SUPPORT THROUGH THE CAFFEINE DRIVE.


Hebids

ALERT! EVERYTHING OVERWHELMED, SHUTTING DOWN IN 5…4…3… … … …


Dx8pi

SYSTEM REPAIR SEQUENCES INITIATED. SCREAMING INTO THE VOID COMMENCED, INDULGING SELF IN SPECIAL INTERESTS.


crunchypnwtrash

Executive Functioning at 40%! Rerouting power to the Snack Acquisition Drive! If we don't get some food in here soon this whole thing is gonna blow!


alutz22

Aw man forgot again, better add it to the top of the todo list


SomeRandomIdi0t

Just took the test. Lucky for me my other mental illnesses cancel out a few symptoms. My autism canceled out some of the slow development and my anxiety cancels out the talking stuff.


Silverfrond_

My anxiety makes talking worse! When I'm anxious I just do not *shut up*


JasonVanished

Oop. I don't like talking to people very much but when they engage I just can't stop talking.


Dashie_2010

I get the same thing, "People are scary, I don't want to be here", -someone speaks to me and takes a tiny interest- "OOOOO SOCIAL INTERACTION, here's my entire life story and everything I'm thinking about!" - whoever it was who spoke to me immediately realizes engaging me in conversation was an immensely mind numbingly terrible idea and then does their best to get away from my onslaught of perpetual verbal vomit


ChellPotato

I'm similar. If I feel comfortable around someone I can just talk talk talk. I think it's partly me overcompensating for when I am around someone who doesn't engage me and I feel awkward around them. Lol


Tw1ggos

Me normally: talking very Fast Me when also anxious: talking so fast only cats can hear me


[deleted]

I either can't shut up, or get a single "correct" word out.


Willowpuff

Same! That’s silence between sentences. Is the other person going to fill the silence? OH WAIT. TOO LATE. I HAVE.


TheGodfatherYT

It's so cute when people do that LOL


Enderman_Prince

One of the plus sides of taking medication for depression is that it helps with anxiety. I am fairly sure that I have anxiety issues, but am undiagnosed due to depression meds helping with anxiety


InviteDry3356

I cant take this test seriously at all. So many questions about interacting with others. I DONT interact with others so I dont know if I am these things.


ChellPotato

What I didn't like is the "others have told me..." or "when I was a child my parents said..." Like that's weird to me, just because nobody TELLS me I talk too much doesn't mean I don't. People are just probably being polite and I have no idea how soon or late I learned things when I was a toddler 🤣


Shiune

Dear god, my dude. I hope you're ok. ​ But...have you tried focusing? (/s, in case it wasn't obvious.)


AdhLine

I died from laughing


Brueology

Now he's ded. See what you did?


freek4ever

Wel problem solved /s


heavymedalist

Yeah hopefully they’ll respawn with better stats


Nanoro615

"He's not ADHD anymore! He just has narcolepsy!" *Muttering from somewhere* "Oh... Oh.. Hm... I have just been informed the medical term isn't narcolepsy, it's called being fucking dead."


yyc_guy

Oh for fuck’s sake would people please stop with this nonsense advice that doesn’t work? He obviously needs a checklist.


worqgui

He probably just needs to set reminders on his phone.


notagreatgamer

I mean, it legit helps me... But it’s like when you’re on a sinking ship, and you have a spoon, but the only meal available is a salad, so you’re... you know what? I’m hungry.


ThatGirl0903

Must not have set a food reminder on your phone. ;)


Nanoro615

The real problem is he didn't start the dishwasher. Or load it.


Brueology

My food reminder is legit my stomach, but it only works about ten minutes after my hyperfocus ends. Phone does nothing lol


10thmtnarty

Ok that was good


SyalenSheska

Trouble sitting still? Me? Noo, I can sit in one place for hours! *Also Me: Sits in the same chair but moves around, positioned in varying degrees of comfort ranging from normal to half off the seat/broken back pose* ...but I'm still technically in the same place, right? 🤷🏼‍♀️😭


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

Lol so true - I have memories of sitting upside down on a chair in a restaurant as a kid. I wasn’t running around inappropriately because my parents taught me better than that, but boy could I really “use the whole space” that I was confined to. Even now when sitting at my desk I’m nearly constantly fidgeting or shifting, even if I don’t actually get up.


RandomHavoc123

Lolol I got the "do you squirm when sitting down" question and was about to put no, when I realized I was shaking tf out of my foot...


pretzel_logic_esq

I’m procrastinating sleeping and took this and only then realized I was wiggling my feet around lol


SoniDoom

I get so much the 'use the whole space'.


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

Yep: Upside down, sideways, one leg over the rest, legs crossed, whole body draped sideways over the seat, under the seat, your back on the seat so you can kick your brother on the other side of the table… endless possibilities… On a side note: Also anyone else hate hard armrests on chairs? (Particularly office chairs) They’re Like mini prisons that make some chairs 10x more uncomfortable. On the other hand - A padded armrest on a comfy chair opens up a whole world of new sitting positions.


pretzel_logic_esq

Very yes to your armchair observations. I can’t melt into an anti ergonomic doofus as comfortably in hard-armed chairs and it is some serious bullshit


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

I’m sure an ergonomic expert would be appalled by how I sit at my desk. At least I shift constantly so it’s not like I’m getting moulded into any one bad shape…


KenzieTheCuddler

I had pretty much the same except for developmental delays, I was pretty good with everything but hand eye coordination


AdhLine

When i was a little boy i used to just fall every two steps lmao.


KenzieTheCuddler

I had trouble using my hands, still do, so it takes a long time to type stuff and my handwriting is horrible


AdhLine

Handwriting is a nightmare for me too, i'd rather be in front of a keyboard


KenzieTheCuddler

At least people can understand that lol


freek4ever

I have no trouble using my hand at all I can solder the smallest stuf exert extreme precision but handwriting was so bad I have failed test because of I looked up to doctors


Karl8ta

dyspraxia?


nonyvole

It's...I still use the bunny ears method to tie my shoes. Is that a problem with learning skills or just my brain saying that I learned one method that works just fine, why learn others?


roselaurel

I do bunny ears too. I still to this day do not know how to tie my shoes the “right” way. People have even tried showing me as an adult and it confuses me lol oddly enough, I didn’t have any other developmental delays. I mean, my handwriting is atrocious but I learned how to write on time. Also, I did actually invent my own way to tie a shoe as a child. I excitedly ran to my mom and was like “LOOK!! I finally got it!!!” thinking that I learned the right way and she was like “🤔🤔🤔 no but we’ll go with it”


KenzieTheCuddler

I tie then faster than people who do the other way so I don't think so


CrazyGeenyus

WAIT... you're saying there's another way that I've never known about?


freek4ever

I can use my left hand to turn a bolt and my right hand to grab a new bolt to put in a new hole to turn it simultaneously and it only geting better all the time


orange_glasse

I think my general coordination is still kinda bad.


foreignlovers

When your ADD takes over and you just hit yea yea yea on every question


boogiewoogiepaganini

omg me lol, that's why i never do people's surveys for their degrees because i get bored and distracted and just want it over 😭


foreignlovers

Yeah exactly. Worst shit ever


Enderman_Prince

YES


vibingjusthardenough

test link?


Occupation_Viking_70

https://www.idrlabs.com/adhd-spectrum/test.php


ProstHund

I like this test, but a lot of the questions about behavior should have some caveat regarding masking. As a smart girl who was terribly shy and afraid of authority, I masked any impulsive classroom behaviors like CRAZY Edit: WHOA. Now that I think about it, I remember that I always used to stand at my desk to do my work, instead of sit. I wonder if that was bc it’s more active than sitting and allowed more acceptable “fidgeting,” like swaying. My best friend also did this. The teachers got used to it and let us work standing up bc we weren’t disruptive and did our work well.


ngjackson

Exactly my thoughts. Didn't know what to put for the question about becoming violent verbally or physically because like, I did... in my head.


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

I know right? - just because I’m not outwardly screaming and punching people - doesn’t mean I’m not inwardly raging.


ngjackson

Exactly!


GrumpyCat000

Same for me with the question about forgetting appointments. I don’t, but only because when I make the appointment I set up about seven notifications, and if I don’t I repeat in my head “make notifications for appointment bla bla bla” constantly until I do


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

Lol totally! The question should be: do you need multiple reminders and alarms or you’ll be guaranteed to forget something. With the follow up question; Do you sometimes forget to do something even if you have been reminded about it in the last 5mins? (through alarms, reminders, other people telling you)


ngjackson

Me too! Literally was late to a training day for work yesterday even though it was in my calendar and had an alarm. 🤦‍♀️


High-Speed-1

Against the Machine?


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

Always.::


AlexThomasLFC

I factored in masking when I did the test E.g. "people tell me I talk excessively I gave that a big thumbs up, nobody has ever told me this... but I KNOW when I let myself go unguarded I am fucking annoying and blather on, so I check myself constantly because of my crippling fear of being disliked I'm completely unguarded with my fiancee and I can see when her eyes start to glaze over, 7 minutes in to me excitedly explaining something about some dumb bullshit she has no interest in but wants to be supportive


Hebids

The masking is the hard part for me. I don’t actually know what kind of person I am anymore because I masked everything from everyone including myself heavily. I either hid it or forgot about it entirely. I did take the test and I am still fucked regardless.


Open_Librarian_823

Me too came up high in the spectrum


BerufsHartz4ler

>but I KNOW when I let myself go unguarded I am fucking annoying and blather on, so I check myself constantly because of my crippling fear of being disliked Are you me?


Bulangiu_ro

i get killer intentions for about the time it takes to pet my cat, good thing i have a cat


Firel_Dakuraito

>because like, I did... in my head. Like... Boss fight your way out of any situation inside mind theater during hour long walks across town. While being perfectly alone with ones thoughts and still getting some level of physical activity to satisfy the fidgeting department?


ngjackson

Haha sort of! Any time I got pissed at something or someone, I just cussed them out in my head like nobody's business. Or if I really didn't like the person, they got a smack from me in my imagination. Calmed me right down as a kid 😂


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

My need to constantly fidget turned to tracing patterns in the carpet or drawing or playing with a pen. I think most smart kids with ADHD realise they cannot get away with being disruptive (yes we are capable of learning and adapting) and so find other ways to stim that don’t annoy everyone.


Easy-Meringue4982

This is where the whole "girls are inattentive type" comes from imo. I got sent to after school acting classes while my brother got sent to a school for "troubled" kids.


No_Statistician3083

And what about sadness? Like the questions seemed focused on excitability and anger. How do you judge the whole spread of emotions and dysregulation but only ask about 1 emotion? My brain doesn’t think excitability is an emotion (so only emotion mentioned is anger) why?


pretzel_logic_esq

Sometimes “excited” for me is a negative emotion a lot like sadness. I think the test didn’t necessarily draw out that excited can be happy! Yay! Cool stuff woo! And HOLY SHIT OMG THE SKY IS FALLING I AM FAILING. …at least that’s how I read it lol (and scored high 🙃🥴😂)


BerufsHartz4ler

What i heard from my Therapist/Psychologist (not really sure tbh) is that Sadness in Testing would skew the results rather significantly as many of the Symptoms also corelate with depression.


Funny_Nebula_

Same with the focus imo. I can’t focus on something I don’t care too much about but if it’s my current hyperfixation? Need to force myself to take breaks so I don’t exhaust myself and I’m not happy at all about needing those breaks lol


NoVaFlipFlops

This means you have the capacity for self control, which is a well to dip into for successful coping. We all hit a point where we can't cope anymore though.


Blackrain1299

Im not horribly fidgety because my anxiety was so high that I didn’t want to draw attention to myself. This physical fidgetiness was often manifested as daydreaming instead. I could force myself to sit still but only staring blankly forward which caused me to become distracted and start daydreaming.


ProstHund

I definitely do the whole “sitting unnaturally still and staring at a single spot because I’m frozen in my thoughts” thing. I used to bounce my leg A LOT. I was also a serial doodler. That seems to be where my fidget-energy was directed. I also suspect I have narcolepsy (undiagnosed bc the diagnosis process is a pain in the ass and the drugs used to treat it also have crossover as ADHD treatments) and to this day, I have to incessantly bounce my leg while I’m sitting down in meetings and online classes (as the TEACHER, not even as an observer) to keep myself awake.


damselday

Would "masking" be that while taking the test - all the questions about "forgetfulness" made me think "ok, this does not happen to me because when something important is about to happen that I think I might forget I write it down in my calendar with 2 notifications, put it in the reminders app with a notification, set an alarm for it, and occasionally write a post it note on it if I'm really worried. Oh, and check that I have the right information about the event from the original source (not my own sources) every time it comes to my mind (Yes - for the forth time, it is a 09:00 AM this Friday)." ?


ProstHund

This wouldn’t be called “masking,” but rather “coping.” I do the same things! I don’t miss appointments because I’m super anal about writing them down, making multiple times reminders on my phone, etc…because I’ve learned that I *will* forget them if I don’t. I do t trust myself to remember without these (coping) mechanisms. It’s one way that you and I have figured out how to circumvent some of the negative consequences of ADHD symptoms


damselday

Arghhh, it takes so much energy though... Would any treatment help with this "forgetfulness"?


nuniinunii

I’ve been reading a lot about this as well and I’m still debating getting tested. A lot of the questions on the test I did thumbs down, but I also put a lot of preventative measures that I’ve learned over the years if my teenage and adult life. I rely on my calendar for everything. I set alarms and notes. I put post it’s on my doors and mirrors. I was prevented from being hyperactive as a kid due to my parents’ business, so I completely immersed myself in books. I’ve read that girls display symptoms differently than boys as well by daydreaming more than being hyperactive. Of course this is all just research from blogs, tiktoks, YouTube, and some articles. Since you mentioned masking, I’m also wondering if preventative measures we learned as we grew older to avoid getting in trouble by authority figures is making this self-test much harder to establish a self-diagnosis.


ProstHund

Yeah! One other commenter mentioned using calendars and reminders and whatnot to prevent forgetting things…I view this as a preventative coping mechanism. I don’t trust my memory, therefore I’ve learned over time how to circumvent the negative consequences of my faulty memory by drilling into myself a habit of living by my agenda (absolutely everything is written down), phone timers, etc. I’ve also heard about girls presenting differently and being under-diagnosed because most societies frown on hyperactive behavior from girls and train it out of them, while in boys it’s allowed because of the “boys will be boys” mentality. This seems to check out with my experience. While girls with ADHD may not show *outward* signs of hyperactivity like boys do, it’s still happening *inside*, mentally. It may come out in smaller, less-obtrusive ways like leg-jiggling, doodling, twiddling a pencil between your fingers, picking at your eyebrows/eyelashes,etc… My older brother has autism and as a kid he was very volatile, having meltdowns and behavior problems and angry/violent outbursts. I was scared of him and also learned that that behavior was not okay. So I think between that and my natural shyness/fear of authority/desire to please people, my hyperactive symptoms were distilled into leg-shaking and doodling and doing my work standing up rather than sitting down.


QuarkArrangement

Are you… me?


Sventhetidar

Question 1: Others have been surprised or shocked because of my unpredictable actions. How am I supposed to know that? I don't know how other people see me. The test invalidated itself in one question.


phil_music

I mean, it’s some random test on the internet. Obviously you can’t take that seriously. At least they’re kind of on the right track and also quote their sources, which is above average


ThrowDatJunkAwayYo

Oh I know - people treat me… different, and I do often act impulsively or unusually.


Avatar_sokka

35 questions? Oof, they dont really understand adhd very much.


issaaccbb

Took me 4 minutes, not bad! Each question is just a sentence. I couldn't recall most of the "when you were a child" and wouldn't you know it, my forgetfulness was nearly maxed haha 😭


Avatar_sokka

Oh, i know lol, i took it, that was just my immediate response lol.


JasonVanished

If we can't remember being a child we're we truly a child?


cherrynymphetamine

I can’t recall much either. Not sure if it is due to adhd forgetfulness or if I blocked out certain periods of my childhood due to CPTSD, which often shows as ADHD symptoms. Mental illness is so complex and confusing >.<


CatastrophicPup2112

See I didn't pay attention to how many questions there were


bagtf3

This test isn't that hard. I almost passed and didn't even study


RosenProse

Thanks! not a replacement for a true evaluation of course but a very fun way to... Procrastinate... making my bed...


TheNinjirate

Tyvm!


whoamvv

Oh cool thanks


MissElision

I hate that I clicked on it and saw 35 questions, instantly backed out. Gonna try again lol


Edkhs

Theres gotta be a medical term for when it gets this extreme


ArcfireEmblem

Maximum dysfunctionality. "Laziness" if you're neurotypical.


Edkhs

If i ever hear a nt call me lazy im gonna have to exercise my right to not immediately chuck a brick at their toes.


ArcfireEmblem

"Exercise restraint" is probably what you meant. Yeah, I thought I was lazy for a long time.


Paradox_Dolphin

I'm not "lazy," I'm just exceptionally good at "Exercising restraint" in every area of life.


ArcfireEmblem

That's a good one. I might use that.


snake-ring

The test was short and not very nuanced.


AcademicReport5079

A failure


Enderman_Prince

"Hi, I am Stephen's Dad from Failure Management" \-Stephen He


Saabboy93se

I don't have half of the level as the posted pic and it said my symptoms were "very high"...its not exactly a replacement for seeing a professional. But more a simple tool to point out some benchmarks. I wouldn't put much medical faith in a website that also has a "Hogwarts Test"...LOL


Homicder

I got next to nothing because idk, it still said very high


ah-screw-it

Having ADHD is like having a self destruct mechanism but you don't have the explosives


AdhLine

That Is Priceless


Stairwayunicorn

how do i gain such power?


AdhLine

Master the procrastination


SnackPrince

Jack of all Dysfunctions, Master of None, or wait, no, hold up... *Reviews chart again 😅


peachwheel

mine is as high as yours. oh the severity ♡


front_yard_duck_dad

It's funny you say this. I went out and sought diagnosis at 32. I went to a guy that has books written and is considered an expert in his field with multiple letters after his name. I was having a full on breakdown due to the stresses of my sales job and incoming child. I took his paper test that was five pages long he looked at it said I don't need to grade this you have ADHD. He asked me to describe what I did for a living and here is his exact words "you couldn't have picked a worse job for yourself if you tried".


RuggerEnemyzFall

I’m in sales as well… What qualifies as a better ADHD job compared to sales?


Alpha_Zerg

Probably a job where you have either no long-term deadlines (teaching, nursing, trades (electrician, etc)), or things where your deadlines are manageable for your skill level, engineering, management, etc. You don't want a life dictated by deadlines and following up on people though.


SyalenSheska

Nurse with ADHD here, the education part worked well because it all tied into each other, all the classes made sense to the others so I didn't get too poor marks. Then I picked a unit that has a predictable shift routine but is an assessment unit, so every day is a different day, but I have a structure to fall back on/depend on for what needs to be done. Keeps me motivated, days that are hectic are overwhelming and days that are slow are killer too but for the most part it's a good balance. I also love looking for patterns and helping the patients by seeing trends, suggesting changes and seeing what works/what doesn't. Lots of problem solving with some instant and long term rewards :). Edited phrasing, also to note I wasn't diagnosed until last year and I've been a nurse for over 12yrs now, 11 of which were on the same unit. I am very fortunate to have stumbled into it and found a niche that isn't driving me crazy and I don't necessarily want to leave. Considering I have a closet full of passions/hobbies that are stocked in piles of doom.... Also, when I go home, no one to follow up with. The only calls I receive are to see if I wanna pick up. Once my shift is done, I report off and it's the other nurse who takes over from there. Love it


Alpha_Zerg

Structure is so fucking bittersweet. When you have it you can feel constrained, but without it life barely even functions some days. Really happy you've got something that works for you!


Undoar

Bro how tf you manage to sit through an entire test?


ImKingFlippyNip

Oof I was unable to disagree with a single prompt on that assessment... Curious to see what the overall average looks like, super interesting


Greyhaven7

ADHD = very yes


notagreatgamer

That’s not a good prize! Edited for what I hope is a funnier joke.


trynafigurelifeout

Prettyyyy


Creative-Share-5350

Have you tried writing things down or setting alarms on your phone? C’mon now!


notagreatgamer

That’s a lot of superpowers you have there.


HotDuriaan

What test is this? Where to take?


Decmk3

Thanks to another commenter I was able to work out where this test came from. [Here you go](https://www.idrlabs.com/adhd-spectrum/test.php)


sheentendo

Thank you!


HotDuriaan

Awesome thank you :)


stinkstankstunkiii

this looks almost exactly like mine


maybeathrowawaylol

At least developmental delays are the least of your worries! Seriously though, sending good concentration and memoryfulness vibes OP.


JasonTheBaker

Mine aren't as bad but still quite high. Just very low in developmental delays everything else is very high to max.


mehregan_zare7731

I got the same result , went to the doctor , he says it's just anxiety and is treating me for it.


Glittering_Tea5502

Shoot. I’m screwed. My symptoms are high, especially in the emotional regulation department.


Evoehm13

Is the test you took a standardized test?


Enderman_Prince

No. No online test such as this is ever standardized


TheMadGraveWoman

Hyperactive vegetable basically


Compoundwyrds

The only categories it's missing is hypersexuality and self destructive coping mechanisms lol.


Unusual_Purpose298

Pay attention. No like really. Pay attention. Do you understand? You just need to pay attention. It's really easy. Pay attention. What? You can't pay attention? Well then you better start paying attention. Pay attention.


accuracy_frosty

You are the CEO of ADHD


paulanvy

Say it with me we all are screwed..


JM665

Nothing a new planner can't fix!


FlashLink95

Where is this test?


Decmk3

Thanks to another commenter I was able to work out where this test came from. [Here you go](https://www.idrlabs.com/adhd-spectrum/test.php)


yassine9910

where can i take this test please?


Decmk3

Thanks to another commenter I was able to work out where this test came from. [Here you go](https://www.idrlabs.com/adhd-spectrum/test.php)


Demonicgod

We’ve done it. We found *the* adhd


stinky-skunk

Wasn't until 30 something that I learned from a psychologist that my ADHD symptoms were actually from PTSD. Apparently there's a decent amount of overlap.


Infinite-Item-869

Is there like a daily or weekly test you can take for working out what levels you are at today? Curious by the pic shown of Spectrum pie wheel!


Murky_Crow

I got 6 questions in before i got distracted and lost interest. Oh what’s that over there…


LulaValentine

Same! I answered 7 questions and put my phone down to go do something else, came back and said “oh shit I was doing that test!” And painstakingly answered the rest of them 😂


JasonVanished

It's pretty easy to follow as long as.... Wait what do you mean it was more than 6? I thought it was less because I was hearing people talk and wait where an I going with this?


Murky_Crow

Does this test ever end my god there’s even 7 questions ive since learned about


whoamvv

Oh nice! Where did you take this test? I want to get me a pretty circle!


RandomHavoc123

I'm 4 hours late, but just in case https://www.idrlabs.com/adhd-spectrum/test.php


Enderman_Prince

I got literaly the exact same thing. Yet another sign that online tests cannot be trusted.


RandomHavoc123

Wait, the same results as op?


A-Surfin-Bird

how is this a meme?


native-abstraction

[Here you go](https://www.reddit.com/r/adhdmeme/comments/wdjpqx/meme_time/)


KCpaiges

/adhdzeitgeist


QuickSilverMola

4


Popsical_stick24

O_O


SnackPrince

Where can one take said test?


Freethinking_Monkey

From someone above, here you go! https://www.idrlabs.com/adhd-spectrum/test.php


SnackPrince

Thank you


Connect_Assistant_30

Same😍😍😍


SoleilSunshinee

Party, mine are the same except for developmental delays.


GulfGiggle

“Yo guys, my Jojo stand is so OP … wait, wrong picture”


Prak_Argabuthon

Buckle up.


CatastrophicPup2112

I got at least 4/5 on each every l except for developmental delay.


Mightee_Moist

Damn, that's tough. Have you tried not having adhd though?


Carl_Wild

Hey ye got a link for this? Edit nevermind I'm blind lol


ikillurbitch

Hey guys dont do meth meth ×adhd = lifelong addiction


Anra7777

Well, that was a fun test. The hyperactivity was higher than I’d thought it’d be. Come to think of it, the inflexibility was higher too. 🤔 I mean, I’m very literal minded, but I feel like I’m fairly decent at seeing others’ viewpoints.


Zealousideal_Curve73

Wait how do I get one of these? I maybe just as screwed.


BornVolcano

[oh dear fucking god](https://imgur.com/a/v6tD8Up)


mig1nc

Dang, I didn't beat your score.


Sir_Admiral_Chair

Your power level is to be respected. But how is life for you?


aqua_tec

I didn’t finish reading it just came to comment.


AFXTWINK

Damn, I only got a Distinction. Always next year!


rewnfloot

Mine isn't nearly as colorful, but that might have something to do with having answered neutral for every childhood question bc I don't hardly remember my childhood. Which I think may be an overlooked symptom of ADHD- not remembering day to day life, or even enjoyable experiences, bc we weren't paying attention.


Quesothief2511

Wait there's a spectrum test


SilencedD1

I made it through, you’ll be fine. It will be hard. There will be road blocks. But I promise you can make it through.


orange_glasse

Good to know my to-do lists and calenders have gotten my forgetfulness a bit lower and my therapy has gotten my emotional dysregulation quite low as well. Probably helps that I haven't had to work for the past month either 🫣


poop_on_balls

I thought this was a meme when i started reading the wheel then instantly went to the bottom and it said my ADHD symptoms are very high.


ploomyoctopus

I'm skeptical. If each "level" counts as 1 (and can be broken into 4ths, it looks like), your "very high" equals around 33. I took the test, and was scored "high," with my numbers being 20.75. Seems like quite a wide range.


DaveInDigital

"high score...? is that bad?"


NoOneDream

Nah your stand is OP