ADHD in GIRLS and WOMEN[Self-Test] The ADHD Symptom Test for Girls and women Step 1 of 5 - 10%ADHD Knowledge Quiz Select one for each questionADHD often looks different in girls. It is, at times, easy to mistake for hormones, anxiety, or a learning disability. And for this reason, too many girls grow up feeling misunderstood. This ADD self-test was designed for girls themselves to take and may help clarify symptoms.Email* I worry more than other people do.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverI feel like I want to cry.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverI get my feelings hurt more than most girls do.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNever I feel sad, without always knowing why.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverWhen I want to join a group of girls, I don’t know how to approach them, or what to say.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNever I feel embarrassed in class when I don’t know what the teacher told us to do.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverMy feelings change.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverEven when I have something to say, I don’t raise my hand and volunteer in class*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNever I get upset and angry more than other girls do.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverI get stomachaches or headaches.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverI feel left out.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNever I have arguments with my friends.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverOther girls don’t like me and I don’t know why.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverI dread being called on by the teacher because I haven’t been listening carefully.*Very OftenOftenSometimesRarelyNeverEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.