Asperger Test For Children
(by RJ Kohn)

1 Easily joins in playing games with other children.
True
False
   
2 Spontaneouly comes up to you to chat.
True
False
 
3 Finds it important to fit in with the peer group.
True
False
   
4 Appears to notice unusual details that others miss.
True
False
   
5 Tends to take things literally.
True
False
 
6 As a 3 years old, spent a lot of time pretending (play-acting superhero or tea parties).
True
False
7 Likes to do things over and over again, in the same way all the time.
True
False
   
8 Finds it easy to interact with other children.
True
False
 
9 Can keep a two-way conversation going.
True
False
   
10 Mostly has the same interests as his or her peers.
True
False
   
11 Has an interest which takes up so much time that the child does little else.
True
False
   
12 Has friends, rather than just acquaintances.
True
False
   
13 Often brings you things he or she is interested in to show you.
True
False
 
14 Enjoys joking around.
True
False
   
15 Has difficulty understanding the rules for polite behavior.
True
False
   
16 Appears to have an unusual memory for details.
True
False
 
17 Voice is unusual (overly adult, flat, or very monotonous).
True
False
18 People are important to this child.
True
False
   
19 Is good at turn-taking in conversation.
True
False
 
20 Plays imaginatively with other children, and engage in role-play?.
True
False
   
21 Often does or says things that are tactless or socially inappropriate.
True
False
   
22 Makes normal eye-contact.
True
False
 
23 Has unusual and repetitive movements.
True
False
   
24 Social behavior is very one-sided and always on this child's own terms.
True
False
   
25 Sometimes says you or s/he when s/he means I.
True
False
 
26 Prefers imaginative activities (play-acting or story-telling, rather than numbers or lists of facts).
True
False
27 Sometimes loses the listener because of not explaining what s/he is talking about.
True
False
   
28 Tries to impose routines on him/herself, or on others, in a way that it causes problems.
True
False
 
29 Cares how she or he is perceived by the rest of the group.
True
False
   
30 Has odd or unusual phrases.
True
False
 
  Once you have answered all questions, click on Results
 
Results

Get The Asperger Book

Try More Tests