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What school problems are common in teens with ADHD?

Below is a list of school problems that many teens with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) struggle with:
  • Having trouble paying attention in class
  • Finding it hard to sit still
  • Talking with others during class
  • Getting bad grades
  • Handing papers in late
  • Losing papers
  • Forgetting homework assignments
  • Not listening to others
  • Getting mad at others
  • Getting into fights
  • Having temper tantrums
  • Making careless mistakes
  • Not finishing schoolwork
  • Getting distracted
  • Talking too much
  • Interrupting others
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