Attention Deficit Disorder Quiz

Find Out If Your Child Has ADHD

Try this Attention Deficit Disorder quiz if your child is regularly bouncing off of the walls at home and school, suffering from lack of focus and poor grades, gets poor reports from teachers, engages in impulsive and reckless behavior, etc.

These symptoms (hyperactivity and inability to focus and concentrate) are the behavioral hallmarks of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD).

Keep in mind that is a just a preliminary ADHD screening. Follow the link at the bottom of the page for more comprehensive diagnostic ADHD testing.

1. How often do you get reports of your child not paying attention in class?

1) Never
2) Rarely
3) Sometimes
4) Often
5) Very Often

2. How often does your child make careless mistakes on school assignments?

1) Never
2) Rarely
3) Sometimes
4) Often
5) Very Often

3. How often does your child have trouble completing homework after school?

1) Never
2) Rarely
3) Sometimes
4) Often
5) Very Often

4. How often does your child forget to complete chores?

1) Never
2) Rarely
3) Sometimes
4) Often
5) Very Often

5. How often does your child seem to be "on the go" even during quiet times and bedtime?

1) Never
2) Rarely
3) Sometimes
4) Often
5) Very Often

6. How often does your child have difficult waiting for his or her turn?

1) Never
2) Rarely
3) Sometimes
4) Often
5) Very Often

7. How often does your child interrupt others?

1) Never
2) Rarely
3) Sometimes
4) Often
5) Very Often

Attention Deficit Disorder Quiz Results

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If you answered often or very often to several of these questions, your child may be displaying symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

If, according to this ADHD quiz, your child may be positive for ADHD, take this ADHD Self Test to gain more insight. If you test positive, get a second opinion from a mental health professional.

It is important to follow up with a professional qualified to diagnose and treat ADHD which may include psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists (clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors), neurologists, child development specialists, etc. 

Just make sure they have years of experience diagnosing and treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Check the list of providers listed by your health insurance company and call them. Ask questions, become more informed.

Treatment for ADHD typically includes medication and therapy. 

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