Just my opinion, but try to learn what can you do to use your disability to improve on what you're doing now.
When I was younger, my school had a meeting with my family and agreed I had autism. I did take an autism test but the doctor retired before any test results come through. I found out that due to my disability, I learn better if I'm very interested to an subject, so much so that I learn very quickly from most of my once classmates, some of my family members and my brother as well. I use what I know of my disability and try to learn to get more interested in important things I need to do.
But everyone is different with autism, so find what you know about yourself with autism and see if you can use what you know of yourself and improve without feeling that autism is a disadvantage.
I wish you luck friend.