Take the Female ADHD Quiz

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Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by ongoing patterns of inattention, hyperactivity, or impulsivity. ADHD symptoms are usually easier to spot in men as opposed to women, resulting in men being more likely to receive an ADHD diagnosis. Some research suggests that nearly 75% of women with ADHD go undiagnosed. Take the female ADHD quiz below to see if you have some of the common symptoms. 

Common ADHD Symptoms:

  • Impulsivity
  • Lack of motivation
  • Fidgeting
  • Interrupting others
  • Frequent daydreaming
  • Hyperactivity 
  • Poor organizational skills 
  • Difficulty focusing 
  • Hypersensitivity

ADHD symptoms fall into three categories, predominantly hyperactive, predominantly inattentive, and combined. Women usually have inattentive ADHD while boys have hyperactive ADHD. People with Inattentive ADHD are easily distracted, struggle to follow instructions, and have trouble staying organized. People with hyperactive ADHD fidget often, have feelings of restlessness, and talk a lot. Someone with a combined type of ADHD shows signs of both inattentive and hyperactive ADHD.

Female ADHD Quiz

Please Note: This information is not meant to diagnose or treat and should not take the place of personal consultation, as needed, with a qualified healthcare provider and/or BCBA.

1 / 10

Is it impossible to tune out sounds and distractions that don’t seem to affect others?

2 / 10

Do you tend to impulse buy things and regret it later?

3 / 10

Do you feel that all of your time and energy goes towards staying organized, holding it together, and coping with no time for relaxation or fun?

4 / 10

Do you shut down in the middle of the day?

5 / 10

Do you feel like you’re switching between being totally lazy or overly productive with no middle ground?

6 / 10

Do your friends or family think you’re spacey or a slob?

7 / 10

Do you find yourself forgetting birthdays or struggling to show up to events on time?

8 / 10

Does your mind drift when having conversations unless the topic really interests you?

9 / 10

Do social rules seem complicated or go over your head?

10 / 10

Do you struggle with organization throughout your life?

Please fill in the information below to see your results.


Are you frustrated because it feels like nobody is listening when you discuss ADHD with your doctor? You’re not alone. Many women with ADHD often receive a misdiagnosis of stress or anxiety due to overlapping symptoms. But don’t worry, there are clues that can help you determine if ADHD might be the underlying issue. Take a moment to consider your family history, particularly your parents. Research suggests that ADHD is hereditary, meaning if it runs in your family, there’s a higher chance you could have it too. Remember, the best way to get a definitive answer is by speaking with your doctor and obtaining an accurate diagnosis. Don’t hesitate to reach out for professional guidance. At Goally, we understand the concerns of parents like you, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

a mother taking the female adhd quiz to see if she or her daughter may have common symptoms of ADHD
Read More: How to Get Diagnoses With ADHD as a Woman

Female ADHD Quiz

This female ADHD quiz is not a diagnostic tool. Only a doctor or qualified mental health professional can diagnose ADHD after an evaluation. Below are a few questions that relate to the common life experiences of individuals with ADHD. This self-assessment looks at a person’s level of impulsivity, attention, and inattentiveness. Please read each question of the female ADHD quiz carefully and choose the best answer. 

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Goally Helps Kids with ADHD

If you have ADHD, there’s a good chance your kiddo has ADHD as well. Goally helps neurodivergent children develop the skills they need to be successful. Kids with ADHD thrive with structure. Having a set routine helps increase focus and prevents kids from becoming overwhelmed. Goally’s visual schedule app lets you plan out routines to structure your child’s day. The routines have bite-sized steps so your kid can complete their tasks independently. You can adjust the settings to meet your kids’ needs at any stage of development.

This post was originally published on 11/21/2022. It was updated on 11/17/2023.  

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