Uh huh… I don’t think so!

“The responses you have provided indicate that your symptoms may be consistent with Adult ADD. It may be beneficial for you to talk with your healthcare professional about an evaluation.”

Go test yourself. I’ll bet you have it too.


  1. I don’t think answering five or six questions is a good way to diagnose ADD. I was actually tested for ADD and let me tell you, it was quite the battery of questionaires, testing and such.

  2. It diagnosed me with ADD, too, and I don’t have it. Those symptoms were general enough to describe a number of disorders and problems. For example, questions 2, 3, and 5, about concentration, distraction, and restlessness, describe me very well. But I have depression, not ADD. I agree with holly: a more detailed questionairre is needed, along with a professional evaluation.

  3. Here’s mine:<br>"Your responses do not indicate a likelihood of Adult ADD."<br><br>Oh man… I never get to have any fun.

  4. i’m with Chari.<br><br>*sulk*<br><br>(actually, i’m not making light of a disorder. i have my own, thankyouverymuch. what Holly said.)

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