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30 minutes » Blogging AS an Aspie
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Matt has Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and is writing this blog so that people can gain more of an insight into how people with the condition process thoughts, feel emotions, react to situations and generally handle life.
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05 Mar 08 30 minutes

Rather quickly, I managed to pass my Car Theory Test! I wasn’t nervous, after all nerves are only likely to affect the outcome in a negative way. I did however, worry a little when I had 50 minutes remaining on the multiple choice questions, and it was asking me if I was sure I wanted to move on. Yes, I was sure, why did the computer have to doubt me?

For the multiple choice questions, I got 49 out of 50 (pass: 43), losing my mark on a section entitled ‘Attitude‘. How appropriate, I mused as I walked back for my next driving lesson. On the hazard perception test, I achieved 56 marks of a possible 75 (pass: 44). My driving instructor thought I may have cheated for the scoresheet informed him that “on the clip with two hazards you scored 5, on 5 clips you scored 5, on 4 clips you scored 4, on 3 clips you scored 3, on 1 clip you scored 1″. Oh well, coincidences…

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