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6. Administration – Quiz

QbUser Administration - Quiz

Congratulations! You have successfully passed the quiz! Complete the Interpretation (Intermediate) module in order to be qualified to both administer QbTest to patients as well as retrieve patient reports from the QAT and interpret the results

Disclaimer: QbTest is for professional use only. Professionals are defined for this purpose as individuals with relevant qualifications, licences, authorisation or similar, working with those being identified, assessed or treated for ADHD. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that QbTest is utilised in accordance with its indications.


1. What is the test duration for QbTest 12-60?

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2. What is the test duration for QbTest 6-12?

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3. How far away from the camera should the test taker be seated?

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4. When choosing the appropriate seating arrangement for the test taker, which of the following statements are correct?

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The seating arrangement depends on the patient’s age. Children performing QbTest (6-12) should be seated on a stool (it does not have a backrest or armrest). Patients performing QbTest (12-60) should be seated on a chair with a backrest, but no armrests.

Regardless of the test version, patients should always have their feet firmly on the floor or use a footrest.

5. If a patient scores 30% or higher commission and/or omission errors on the first ability test, you should:

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If the patient has an Error Rate (Number of Omission and/or Commission Errors) of 30% or more, the test administrator must ensure that this is not due to the test taker not understanding and/or can't follow the test rules.

To ensure that the test taker understands and follows the test rules, the test administrator should present the Stimulus card and go through the test rules, ask the test taker to repeat the test rules and then let the test taker perform the Ability Test once again.

If the test taker has difficulties understanding the test rules, the test taker can repeat the Ability Test up to 3 times. If the test taker still doesn't understand the test rules after 3 Ability Tests, or is physically incapable to perform the test, the test taker may be unable to perform the QbTest.

If the test administrator has ensured that the test taker understands and can follow the test rules, but the test taker has an Error Rate (Number of Omission and/or Commission Errors) of 30% or more, the QbTest can be performed. It is imperative that Ability Test scores and observations are communicated to the clinician so interpretation of QbTest results take these into consideration.

6. To standardize the test situation, how should you give the test instructions?

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First show the instruction video, then show the stimulus card, then run the ability test and finally start the test.

7. Which of the following objects can cause reflections and disturb the camera during the test, and should thus either be covered or removed?

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8. How can you tell if other sources of reflections, other than the reflective marker on the headband worn by the patient, are being picked up by the camera?

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Summary:

1) There is an extra marker visible on the screen before you start the test

2) there are red track marks in the little square showing the results from the ability test

6) the number '2' or higher is visible under the camera, which indicate that there are several reflectors present.

9. Before starting to administer a QbTest, it is advised that you check the following with the patient.

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Any information about how the patient is feeling prior to the test needs to be taken into consideration when interpreting the QbTest. Always ensure that patients have used the bathroom before starting the test, this is especially important when testing younger children. Also check for any chewing gum, as chewing during QbTest would affect the registration of activity.

Ask patients/parents if they have taken any medication prior to testing, and what time they took it. This is especially important if you are administrating a QbTest to follow up on treatment response, where you want to ensure the patient have taken the correct medicine prior to testing.

Parents/relatives are not allowed in the test room while the patient is performing a QbTest.

10. When should a patient performing QbTest 6-12 press the responder button?

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11. When should a patient performing QbTest 12-60 press the responder button?

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12. How can you stop an ongoing test?

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13. If you stop an ongoing test, how can you continue the interrupted test?

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14. When observing the patient during the test, how should you, as the administrator, be seated?

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15. While administering a QbTest, you find that the test taker is moving excessively during the test. What is the recommended way of handling the situation?

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16. A patient starts talking to you as the administrator 10 minutes into the test. What should you do?

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We advise that the administrator avoids interaction with or encouragement of patients, such as cheering on, or letting them know how much time is left in the test. The patient should perform QbTest without any help or feedback during the task. It is recommended to inform the patient prior to starting the test that you will not be able to speak with them once the test has begun.

17. How does QbTest measure activity?

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