Free ADHD Test

Think You May Have ADHD? Find Out Here!

Try this free ADHD test if you suspect that you or a loved one may be suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD). It is best to answer honestly in order to get the most accurate results possible.

Free ADHD Test

1. At home, work, or school, I find my mind wandering from tasks that are uninteresting or difficult.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

2. I find it difficult to read written material unless it is very interesting or very easy.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

3. Especially in groups, I find it hard to stay focused on what is being said in conversations.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

4. I have a quick temper... a short fuse.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

5. I am irritable, and get upset by minor annoyances.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

6. I say things without thinking, and later regret having said them.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

7. I make quick decisions without thinking enough about their possible bad results.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

8. My relationships with people are made difficult by my tendency to talk first and think later.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

9. My moods have highs and lows.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

10. I have trouble planning in what order to do a series of tasks or activities.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

11. I easily become upset.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

12. I seem to be thin skinned and many things upset me.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

13. I almost always am on the go.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

14. I am more comfortable when moving than when sitting still.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

15. In conversations, I start to answer questions before the questions have been fully asked.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

16. I usually work on more than one project at a time, and fail to finish many of them.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

17. There is a lot of "static" or "chatter" in my head.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

18. Even when sitting quietly, I am usually moving my hands or feet.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

19. In group activities it is hard for me to wait my turn.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

20. My mind gets so cluttered that it is hard for it to function.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

21. My thoughts bounce around as if my mind is a pinball machine.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

22. My brain feels as if it is a television set with all the channels going at once.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

23. I am unable to stop daydreaming.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

24. I am distressed by the disorganized way my brain works.

0) Not at all
1) Just a little
2) Somewhat
3) Moderately
4) Quite a lot
5) Very much

ADHD Test Scoring

Not at all = 0 Point
Just a little = 1 Point
Somewhat = 2 Points
Moderately = 3 Points
Quite a lot = 4 Points
Very much = 5 Points

ADHD Test Key

70 or more Points: You may have Adult ADD
50-69 Points: Moderate likelihood of ADD
35-49 Points: Mild likelihood of ADD
25-34 Points: Borderline likelihood of ADD
0-24 Points: No ADD likely

(*This ADHD Test is credited to Larry Jasper & Ivan Goldberg)


If Your ADHD Test Was Positive...

Don't panic. If your ADHD test was positive, seek a second opinion of a local mental health professional in your area who specializes in diagnosing and treating ADHD. This may include a psychiatrist, psychologist, therapist, clinical social worker, neurologist, etc. 


Recommended ADHD Treatment For Adults

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For adults, the How To Conquer ADHD program is an ADHD treatment guide with a distinct advantage: it was developed by an adult with ADHD who understands the unique challenges of the condition. This engaging, personal, perspective is often missing from other, more clinical, treatment guides written by doctors.

It helps adult ADHD sufferers get more organized, help manage money, manage a job, manage a household, navigate relationship issues, raise children, how to avoid impulsive or addictive tendencies, and more.

In other words, it helps adults deal with the wide array of challenges caused by ADHD. Priced at $19, it is a bargain compared to other ADHD treatment guides.


Recommended ADHD Treatment For Children

In my personal and clinical opinion, the Total Focus Program is one of the single most effective resources for children and parents struggling with ADHD. It teaches parents all about ADHD, teaches parents how children with ADHD view the world, how to manage challenging ADHD behaviors via behavioral tutorials, and presents the best ADHD treatment options.


Other Treatment Options

Also, be sure to check out my reviews of popular treatment options such as ADHD medications, ADD natural remedies, ADHD behavior modification, the ADHD diet, neurofeedback for ADHD, how to calm hyperactive children, and how to create a calm home for children suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.


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