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Hearing Quiz - Challenge your hearing with our quick quiz

Updated 23/06/2021

Hearing Quiz

Challenge Your Hearing Quiz

Think your hearing has changed? 

Take a quiz on hearing loss

Have you ever taken a quiz on hearing?  Have you noticed that you are missing parts of conversation?  Is it harder to hear certain sounds?  Why not take our quick quiz, designed by our very own audiologists, to see if you might benefit from a FREE hearing test - either at home or in clinic?

Hearing Quiz Questions - It's simple, just answer 'yes' or 'no' to the following questions:

 

  1. Do you have a problem hearing when using your telephone?
  2. Do you hear better in one ear than the other when you are using your telephone?
  3. Do you have trouble following conversation when you are talking to more than one person at the same time?
  4. Do people sometimes complain when you turn up your TV's volume too high?
  5. Do you struggle to understand conversation?
  6. Do you struggle to hear in noisy backgrounds?
  7. Do you struggle to hear in restaurants?
  8. Do you have dizziness, pain or ringing in your ears?
  9. Do you ask people to repeat themselves in conversation?
  10. Does your family, friends or colleagues comment that you are missing what is being said?
  11. Do you think that people you talk to mumble or not speak clearly?
  12. Do you misunderstand what others are saying?
  13. Do you have trouble understanding high-pitched speech or sounds?
  14. Do others get frustrated because you misunderstand what they say?

 

How did you do in our hearing loss quiz?

Once you've tallied up your results - the rule of thumb is, if you answered yes to more than two of our quiz questions, you should have your hearing checked by a hearing professional. 

We are here for your hearing healthcare needs locally, so wherever you live we can help you.  Remember - the journey to better hearing might be easier than you think - contact us to book your FREE consultation today!

I think my hearing has changed.  How do I get in touch?

Call one of our audiologists free on 0800 567 7621, or alternatively, you can fill out the simple form below to get things started.  From our experience, if in doubt - always get your hearing checked out.

Even if you have more questions regarding your hearing, please contact us to get a professional answer to all your hearing healthcare queries.

Contact Hearing Aid UK

Our head office is based in Preston, in Lancashire, but we have over 200 audiologists covering the whole of the UK.

When we receive enquiries, we are very confident we will have an audiologist in your area who can service the main hearing aid makes and models on the market, all with the same aftercare and quality of service you expect - but with the addition of up to 50% off the high street price.

 
 

Our Head Office

Hearing Aid UK Ltd.
9 Lower Bank Road
Fulwood
Preston
Lancashire
PR2 8NS

Telephone: 0800 567 7621

Email: [email protected]

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