I find that I make careless mistakes in work, in school, or in other activities; or I have trouble paying attention to details
I tend to fidget with my hands or feet, or I squirm in my seat.
I often miss what is being said to me in conversations.
I prefer to run about or climb on things, even when I know it doesn’t fit the situation.
I find it difficult to organize my tasks and activities.
I am often “on the go”.
I tend to lose things that I need for school or work.
I can’t help but give the answer before someone has finished asking me a question.
I am forgetful during my daily activities.
I find it difficult to keep my attention on what I am doing, whether working or playing.
I find it hard to stay sitting, even when I know I am expected to.
I find it hard to follow through on instructions or finish chores or duties, even though I understand what is
I find it hard to engage in play or liesure activities that are quiet.
I don’t like having to make a sustained mental effort.
I tend to talk excessively.
I am easily distracted.
I have trouble waiting my turn.
I often interrupt others.
I experience problems related to some of the above in more than one context — i.e., I experience problems more than just at home, or more than just at work.
The kinds of problems I experience due to these experiences get to be pretty serious in my social life, my academic work, or my job.
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Our test is a helpful guide to see if you’re showing signs of an anxiety disorder. Remember though that, it does not constitute an accurate self-diagnosis or assessment and shouldn’t be the foundation of a treatment plan.