I gave myself top marks for every question because I could conjure up every image instantly and vividly.
This score suggests that your visual imagery is more vivid than usual. Scores at the upper end of this range are suggestive of ‘hyperphantasia’: exceptionally strong powers of visualisation. About 23% of people score in this range, the highest of our five bands. If you consider your imagery to be exceptionally strong, and would like to be included in future research, you can contact the team at Exeter University through this email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The problem my brain has is to keep focusing on what I'm doing here and now when there are so many vivid images constantly chasing each other through my mind.
The article Alan posted above is absolutely fascinating and it's worth following the links in it. And listen to Penn of Penn & Teller talking about how it feels to aphantasia and what it was like for him to find out it's a thing. Hopefully we'll hear a lot more from him about it in future. Start at 75:15