This is a version of the Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale, a test used to diagnose attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a developmental disorder characterized by hyperactivity and difficulty maintaining concentration. It manifests in children however as many as 60% of children who have ADHD will not loose the disorder with age.
This test was developed by a group at the World Health Organization to standardize the diagnoses.

The test consists of eighteen questions about problems you may be having. For each you must indicate how frequently you have this problem on a scale of (1) never (2) rarely (3) sometimes (4) often and (5) always.

This test is offered only for educational purposes, in a non-clinical setting it CAN NOT be used to diagnose ADHD. Any important or medical decisions related to this test should not be made without consulting a medical professional.