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Take these screening tests to see if you or your children have ADD or ADHD.

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  • ADD / ADHD Test & Diagnosis

    Scales and checklists help clinicians obtain information from parents, teachers, and others about symptoms and functioning in various settings, which is necessary for an appropriate assessment for AD/HD and treatment monitoring.

  • ADHD Test

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is difficult to diagnose because it often shares or mimics the symptoms of other disorders. Some of the most common conditions seen with ADHD are depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, learning disabilities, and conduct disorder.

  • ADHDtesting.org

    This site is specifically designed to tackle the issue of testing for ADD/ADHD to help you better understand the diagnosis of ADD/ADHD, the testing methods used in determining an ADD/ADHD diagnosis, and the many drug treatments used for this diagnosis.

  • Adult ADD/ADHD Test

    Use this questionnaire to help determine if you need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment of ADD or ADHD in an adult.

  • Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale

    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 the Workgroup on Adult ADHD.

  • Amen Adult/Child ADD Test

    Take this test and rate yourself on each of the symptoms listed.

  • Attention Deficit Disorder Test / ADHD Test.

    Take this self ADHD test and Attention Deficit Disorder test if you suspect problems with your child's hyperactivity or distractibility. This self ADHD test and Attention Deficit Disorder test is quick, free and easy to score.

  • Brief Scale Derived ADD/ADHD Questionare For Paren

    The is a brief rating scale derived from the ADD/ADHD Questionare For Parents that represents the most significant items on that scale designed to identify those children who present with ADD/ADHD.

  • CAARS

    Based on the same clinical expertise, research skills, and theoretical knowledge used to develop the Conners' Rating Scales-Revised for children and adolescents, the CAARS has been designed to help assess, diagnose, and monitor treatment of ADHD in adults.

  • Is there a test for ADHD?

    Many of the tests available are behavioral assessments and the results are subjective. Much research is being done in this field and there is a possibility that within the next few years more research will lead to the ability to better diagnose ADHD.