Personally, not really a fan of the Braverman test. It just links attributes and symptoms to the neurotransmitters that they are most often associated with. IMO it is a misleading self-diagnostic tool that can lead to experimenting on yourself with false pretenses. If you have anxiety or depression issues that you think are stemming from a neurotransmitter deficiency you need to see a doctor.
Not to mention, a lot of the question are overlapping and can be due to so many issues in the brain - for example, memory issues. Memory ability can be altered from an acetylcholine deficit, anxiety issues (serotonin & its multiple receptors / GABA and even low dopamine), ADHD (low dopamine), and depression (any and all neurotransmitters, along with actual brain changes such as hippocampal volume loss, loss of neuroplasticity in pre-frontal cortex, etc).