[Self-Test] Could You Have ADHD or ADD?
Habitually disorganized? Always running late? Struggle to manage money and relationships? Take this test to learn more about the symptoms of adult attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD), and then take the results to a mental health care professional for evaluation.
This ADHD test was adapted from the ASRS Screener developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Workgroup on Adult ADHD
What Are Common ADHD Symptoms In Adults? Could You Have ADD?
Could your impulsivity and distractibility be a sign of attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD)? Is ADD behind your feelings of inadequacy or poor working memory? Take this self-test to learn more about the symptoms of adult attention deficit disorder, and then take what you learn to a mental health care professional for evaluation.
This questionnaire is designed to determine whether you demonstrate symptoms similar to those of adults with ADHD and is intended for adults ages 18 and older. If you answer yes to a significant number of these questions, consult a mental health practitioner. An accurate diagnosis can only be made through clinical evaluation by a trained mental health professional.
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What To Do Next:
1. Take This Test: Emotional Hyperarousal in Adults
2. Take This Test: Executive Function Disorder in Adults
3. Download 6 Steps to a Thorough ADHD Evaluation
4. Research Your ADHD Treatment Options
5. Listen to “ADHD in Adults vs. Children” — a Free Webinar with Dr. William Dodson
6. Consult Our Post-Diagnosis Guide for Adults