Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental condition that can affect how you think, process emotions, and respond to your environment.

Though ADHD is commonly diagnosed in children and teens, it can be diagnosed in adults, too.

Not everyone has the same ADHD symptoms or experiences them in the same way. In some instances, symptoms may not be as intense, while you could also experience bad ADHD days for many reasons.

ADHD can look different for everyone. For example, symptoms of ADHD in children might look and feel different than in adults.

Your symptoms will also depend on the type of ADHD you have. The major symptoms of ADHD include inattention and hyperactivity or impulsivity.

But showing these symptoms doesn’t necessarily mean you or your child has ADHD.

If you think you might have ADHD, consider taking our ADHD test. This brief test will help determine if you may need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment of ADHD.

Only a mental health professional or psychiatrist can accurately diagnose ADHD, and if needed, recommend a treatment plan.


Simply answer the questions on how you have behaved and felt during the past 6 months. Take your time and answer truthfully for the most accurate results.

This online screening is not a diagnostic tool. Only a trained medical professional, like a doctor or mental health professional, can help you determine the next best steps for you.

This quiz can’t replace a clinical diagnosis. If you believe you might have ADHD or another condition after taking this test, consider reaching out to a qualified professional about your symptoms.

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