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ADHD is a behavioural disorder that affects people of all levels of intelligence and of all walks of life.

Our team includes leading experts in their fields

Dr Charlie Musters
BSc MB BS MRCPsych MSc - Consultant Psychiatrist

ADHD Online Test

When answering the following 12 questions it is helpful to consider your general behaviour, as a minimum over 6 months but you may want to think about your adult life as a whole.

The following online test will give an indication as to whether you are experiencing the most common symptoms of ADHD but it cannot replace a full assessment nor should be used to self diagnose or decide upon a treatment plan.

1. I find it difficult finishing a task or project.

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2. I find it difficult to organise myself or a task.

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3. I find it difficult to remember appointments.

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4. If a task or project requires a lot of thought I will often delay in getting it started.

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5. I find it difficult to sit still and often fidget or squirm.

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6. I would describe myself as being ‘on the go’ and feel compelled to do things, as if driven by a 'motor’.

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7. I find it hard to remain focused in group settings.

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8. My mind feels very cluttered and it is hard for me to concentrate on one thing at a time.

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9. I make decisions quickly and fail to think through the consequences.

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10. I am often irritable, with a short fuse.

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11. I have mood swings, sometimes feeling quite high, other times low.

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12. I often miss what is being said to me in conversations.

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More About This ADHD Test

Getting a diagnosis of ADHD / ADD requires a full assessment by a qualified clinician who will look at your medical history, your current mental state and talk through any difficulties you are experiencing. Diagnosing ADHD can be difficult because many of the symptoms can be indicative of another problems, for instance depression or bi-polar and therefore we think it is really important to see a suitably qualified expert in the field, to rule out other factors.

The above test will give an indication as to whether you are experiencing the most common symptoms of ADHD but it cannot replace a full assessment nor should be used to self diagnose or decide upon a treatment plan. If you are at all concerned about your symptoms or the results of this test we would strongly recommend talking to your GP or calling one of our experts at Clinical Partners 0203 326 9160 who can arrange an assessment for you.

If you are at all concerned about your symptoms or the results of this test we would strongly recommend talking to your GP or calling one of our experts at Clinical Partners 0203 326 9160 who can arrange an assessment for you.

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