Don't worry Othman, If you find someone to help you with this, that's good. But If you don't; remember that the cool thing about aspergers syndrome, is that we're usually smart enough to manage and cope by ourself without the help of counsellors and what you have. Before this disorder was well-known many aspergers lived a very full and happy life without even being diagnosed.
Just buy some books on the subject, look up some sites, and inshaAllah you'll learn to deal with things from there. If you have any specific questions no matter what, you can always contact me ^_^
I've read quite a bit on the subject already.
Originally Posted by crayon
Left side is neurotypical (=fancy word for, as in the majority of people)
Right side is autistic
Then 12 different traits are examined in this left vs right diagram, these traits are:
Neurotypical compulsive behaviour
Autistic Compulsive behaviour
Neurotypical social skills
Neurotypical communication skills
Autistic communication skills
For example in Othman's diagram, he has a very low neurotipical talent (1.2 or something) but a very high autistic talent (7.5) which explains why he couldn't answer the easy questions of his exams, but (given enough time) has no problems with those that are considered harder by the majority of people.
As for what the different traits refer to. After getting your results, scroll down and you can see which questions refered to which trait, and whether your answer was autistic or neurotypical.