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Q: “Why Am I Terrible – and Oddly Inconsistent – with Time Estimation?”

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Q: “I’ve never been great at time estimation. Sometimes I can time things perfectly. Other times my estimates can be ridiculously off target.

Why is that? And how do I get better at figuring out how much time it will take me to complete a task?”Your time-estimation difficulties point to the maddening inconsistency and unpredictability that characterizes attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Making it worse is that when you estimate time correctly just once, the world expects you to get it right every other time.ADHD itself causes inaccurate time estimation.

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