With this online hearing test you can find out if you may have problems with your hearing.
This short, 5 step speech in noise test assesses how good you are at hearing numbers in noisy environments. The test will help you determine if you might have problems with your hearing and if you might benefit from wearing hearing instruments.
Test how clearly you can hear in different levels of background noise. This online hearing test assesses how good you are at hearing numbers in noisy environments. Make sure your headphones are closed tightly around your ears.
The test is not a real hearing test which can determine whether you need hearing aids. This self administered online hearing test can only determine whether you could possibly have problems with your hearing.
Free online hearing test:
Professional hearing loss test
A proper and professional hearing test, which can determine the need for hearing aids, should only be carried out by a trained hearing healthcare professional. But with this online hearing check you can test your hearing.
How is a hearing test taken?
A professional hearing test often comprises of a number of different examinations which, when taken together, can determine whether or not a person is having a hearing loss and to what extent.
How long does a hearing test take?
A complete hearing test normally takes around half an hour.
You can find out more about how a professional hearing test is made here.
Where to get a hearing test?
Where can I get a hearing test? Who can carry out a hearing test? A hearing test is typically carried by a hearing care professional or an ENT-doctor. Read more about how to find a hearing care professional.
Hearing tests in children
How to test the hearing of a child? The type of hearing test to be used depends on the child’s age, its ability to understand and often also the type of hearing loss that you suspect. Newborns can be tested with a hearing screening. Read more about how to test hearing in children
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