It is a good way of identifying your own unique hearing challenges quickly, especially if you suspect that you have some level of hearing loss. This test will give you a general idea of how well you hear in noisy environments and high-frequency sounds.
Our free online hearing test will take you through a series of different hearing scenarios, so doing the test in a quiet environment is recommended as well as using your headphones rather than your computer speakers.
Your results will then be emailed directly to you which will roughly state if you have good, fair or poor hearing. You can then, if needed, make the important steps to booking a hearing test. Hearing Aid UK can put you in touch with your local audiologist to seek professional hearing health care, support - and more importantly - an accurate diagnosis.
Even though our online hearing test is helpful, it isn't a professional hearing diagnosis or evaluation. You should, in every situation, seek a professional hearing healthcare service if you believe you may have hearing loss. The sole purpose of this test is to help you make the right decision to book a comprehensive hearing test with your local audiologist at Hearing Aid UK. Alternatively, you can find out more about our hearing tests - either in clinic or at home here
Here at, Hearing Aid UK, we have a nationwide network of professional and independent audiologists. Wherever you live - we will usually have between 2-3 audiologists near you.
If you have any questions regarding this online hearing test or you would like to ask one of our audiologists about hearing healthcare and hearing aids - please contact us free on 0800 567 7621
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