This new 22-question self-test differentiates between two distinct components of ADHD diagnosis (namely, inattention together with hyperactivity-impulsivity) and is also sensitive to factors which typically preclude a diagnosis of ADHD.
ADHD and ADD Self-Tests and Screening Quizzes
Our selection of tests and screening quizzes for ADHD includes both older tests and a more modern alternative which takes account of a more complete set of potentially relevant diagnostic factors.
Identify symptoms of adult ADD/ADHD using this 24-question self-test by Jasper and Goldberg. To test for additional mitigating factors which may preclude a diagnosis of ADHD, see our newer “Structured Adult ADHD Self-Test (SAAST): Test Yourself for ADHD”..
This quick ADHD screening quiz includes just 6 questions which have been found to be the most predictive of DSM-IV-TR symptoms consistent with ADHD. This quiz is adapted from the 18-question symptom checklist developed in conjunction with the World Health Organization and researchers from New York University and Harvard Medical School leading the Workgroup on Adult ADHD.