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Question 1

I find it difficult finishing a task or project

Question 2

I find it difficult to organise myself or a task

Question 3

I find it difficult to remember appointments

Question 4

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

Question 5

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

Question 6

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

Question 7

I find it hard to remain focused in group settings

Question 8

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

Question 9

I make decisions quickly and fail to think through the consequences

Question 10

I am often irritable, with a short fuse

Question 11

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

Question 12

I often miss what is being said to me in conversations

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When answering the above questions please consider how they have applied to you in the 6 months or so.

This 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.

This test was adapted from: Adapted from Mulhauser’s The Structured Adult ADHD Self-Test (SAAST)

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