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ADHD Free Self-Test

We understand that ADHD can be complex and challenging, and we are here to support you. Our self-test is designed to help you determine if you may have ADHD symptoms and,

if so, provide guidance on the next steps for seeking diagnosis and treatment. 

Please answer based on your feelings and behaviours in the past six months. 

After answering, evaluate your performance in each criterion according to the frequency scale below, and simple judge whether there is a possibility of ADHD. 

The test is divided into part A (Inattentiveness) and Part B (Hyperactivity/Impulsiveness). 

Please complete Part A and Part B questions and check the assess symptoms results in the above table. 

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Assess Symptoms

The test results are as follows: 

Scores
A part 0-16
A part 17-23
A part 24+
B part
0-16
Impossible
to suffer
from ADHD

May suffer from ADHD-I

(Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder predominantly inattentive) 

B part
17-23

May suffer from

ADHD -HI

(Predominantly hyperactivity or Hyperactive-Impulsive Type)

May suffer from ADHD-C

(Inattentive and Hyperactive combined Type) 

High probability to suffer from ADHD-I

(Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder predominantly inattentive) 

Probability to suffer from ADHD-C

(Inattentive and Hyperactive combined Type, trend to Inattentive)

B part
24+

High probability to suffer from ADHD-HI

(Predominantly hyperactivity or Hyperactive-Impulsive Type)

Probability to suffer from ADHD-C

(Inattentive and Hyperactive combined Type, trend to Hyperactive)

High probability to suffer from ADHD-C

(Inattentive and Hyperactive combined Type)

The results can only be used for reference and cannot be used for diagnostic purposes. If you have any questions, please contact your doctor or related professionals.

參考資料: 

1. 專注力促進會網站 成人注意力失調/過動症(ADHD)自測:http://www.adhd.hk/web/q18.php?mid=33 

2. 再生會精神健康資源中心 成人專注力不足/過度活躍症(ADHD) 自我量度的徵狀檢測表:http://www.mhrchk.org/index.php/adult/

3. The Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS) Symptom Checklist and scoring system were developed in conjunction with the World Health Organization (WHO)

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