Symptom Tests for Children

ADHD Symptoms Test for Children

Does my child have ADHD? Only a licensed clinician can diagnose attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, but if you suspect that your child has symptoms of ADHD, take this self-test and share the results with your child’s doctor when requesting a thorough evaluation.

My child fails to complete an activity before moving to the next activity.

1 out of 17

My child loses things like homework and personal belongings.

2 out of 17

My child forgets to do things, even when constantly reminded.

3 out of 17

Even the smallest distractions can throw my child off task.

4 out of 17

My child has difficulty waiting patiently to take turns, and butts ahead in lines or grabs toys from playmates.

5 out of 17

My child acts as if she/he is driven by a motor.

6 out of 17

In class or at home, my child blurts out answers to questions before they are fully asked.

7 out of 17

My child constantly seems to be fidgeting.

8 out of 17

My child tries to avoid activities that require sustained concentration and a lot of mental effort

9 out of 17

My child talks a lot, even when she/he has nothing much to say.

10 out of 17

It's very difficult for my child to stay focused on homework or other tasks.

11 out of 17

My child interferes in the classroom because she/he has difficulty engaging in quiet activities without disturbing others.

12 out of 17

Even when spoken to directly, my child seems to not be paying attention.

13 out of 17

My child interrupts other peoples' activities and conversations.

14 out of 17

My child makes careless mistakes.

15 out of 17

My child has problems remaining seated even when she/he is supposed to.

16 out of 17

My child is disorganized and, even with my help, can't seem to learn how to become organized.

17 out of 17

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