Asthma Control Test
Do you know your asthma score?
Is asthma controlling you or are you controlling asthma? The first step towards controlling your condition is taking our simple test.
The Asthma Control Test (for ages 12 and above) and Childhood Asthma Control Test (for ages 4 to 11) are multiple-choice questions that help determine your level of asthma control.
The answers will help your doctor devise the best treatment options to control your asthma and improve your condition.
- Hardly or never get daytime asthma symptoms (two times or less a week)
- Rarely need your quick-relief medication for your symptoms (two times or less a week)
- Rarely wake up at night because of asthma (two times or less a week)
- Are not limited in your activities due to asthma
What your score indicates
If your score is 20 or above:
It means your asthma may be well controlled *
If your score is 19 or less:
It indicates there may be more you can do for your asthma *
* Show your completed test to your doctor to discuss treatment options and set up an Asthma Action Plan.
Take the Asthma Control Test
Your asthma condition may change over time. Take this test periodically to allow you and your doctor to work together to better control your asthma.
(For ages 12 and above)
(For ages 4 to 11)
- Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention. Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) 2015. Available at: http://ginasthma.org/gina-report-global-strategy-for-asthma-management-and-prevention/. Accessed 4 April 2016.
SG/AST/0008/17 Certified 07/09/17.